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    Furr's Cafeteria

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    (325) 692-8330

    3350 South Clack Street


    Furr's Cafeteria is a business providing services in the field of Cafeterias. Furr's Cafeteria is located in Abilene, TX on 3350 South Clack Street.

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    (325) 692-8330.

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    Furr's Cafeteria
    Address : 3350 South Clack Street Abilene, TX 79606
    •   (325) 692-8330
    •   No fax number available
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    Helpful Tip for: Cafeterias

     Cafeterias, in Abilene, are places where people can sit over cups of coffee, tea, other beverages, and refreshments, and relax. They are required to queue up to place order for food or drinks of their preference in these cafeterias.

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