2018 Shopping Guide: Pflugerville

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Beauty



  1. Afro Beauty & Braids
    616 FM 685, Ste. 101 A
    512-822-5849
    www.pflugervillehairbraids.com


2. Wigs & Beauty
2200 W. Pecan St.
512-251-4488

Children


3. Just4Kids
101 W. Pecan St., Ste. B
512-990-8697
www.facebook.com/just4kids-404890426551684

Clothes/shoes


4. Jireh Boots
1101 W. Pecan St., Ste. 10
512-953-5308
www.jirehboots.com

Electronics


5. Austin Cell and Tablet Repair
15301 N. I-35, Ste. L
512-670-2355
www.austincell.com

6. RePhones
2700 W. Pecan St., Ste. 310
512-721-1092
www.rephonesatx.com

7. SOS Cell Repair
1202 FM 685, Ste. A4
512-969-5058
www.soscellrepair.com

Florists


8. Bloomin’ Across Texas
15307 FM 1825, Ste. 5
512-251-2268
www.bloominacrosstexas.net

Gifts


9. B. Sweet
1713 FM 685, Ste. 120
512-574-9773
www.bsweet.shop

10. Ruffles & Rust
101 W. Pecan St., Ste. A
512-252-9300
www.boutiquepflugerville.com

11. Toad~ally Cool Shoppe
100 E. Pecan St., Ste. 102
512-633-6851
www.facebook.com/toadallycoolshoppe

12. Wink Boutique
403 W. Pecan St.
512-990-0008
www.winkboutiquetx.com

Home/garden


13. Gaddy’s Feed
403 FM 685
512-251-4428
www.gaddys.com

14. Green ’n Growing
601 W. Pecan St.
512-251-3262
www.greenngrowing.com

15. JL Cabinet & Granite
15301 N. I-35, Ste. D1
512-252-2844
www.jlcabinetandgranite.com

16. Pflugerville Furniture Center
2405 W. Pecan St., Ste. A
512-202-3800
www.pvillefurniture.com

17. Wordyisms
103 N. Railroad Ave.
512-835-6695
www.wordyisms.com

Hobbies


18. Blackhawk Golf Club & Pro Shop
2714 Kelly Lane
512-251-9000
www.blackhawkgolf.com

19. Liberty Safe of Central Texas
17001 Joe Barbee Drive
512-989-3744
www.libertysafeaustin.com

20. Red’s Indoor Range
1908 W. Pecan St.
512-251-1022
www.redsguns.com

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