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New Port Richey

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Land O' Lakes

Hudson

Zephyrhills

 

Blarney Stone Pub and Eatery
7813 Mitchell Blvd., Trinity. 
(727) 807-7888  

Catches,
7811 Bayview Ave, Port Richey.
(727) 849-2121  

Cocktails,
 6229 Grand Blvd.,
New Port Richey, (727) 848-3227 

Sam's Hudson Beach
6325 Clark St., Hudson, (727) 868-1971  

San Antonio Liquors
32625 State Road 52,
San Antonio, (352) 588-2277
Blues Jam, 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday.

Shenanigans
 8404 Little Road, New Port Richey 

Tawney Rowe Memorial VFW Post 4412
9734 Dick Street
Hudson, FL. 34669
727-697-1602

Skipper's Smokehouse
 910 Skipper Road, Tampa
(813) 977-6474 

  

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