Hey loves! Black lives matter still and will always! Everything little thing helps the black community so pls go and support the black businesses and restaurants around you and don’t forget to vote. Black lives matter isn’t just a trend or hashtag and myself and my family will continue to support forevaaaaaaa. Down below are the restaurants we visited and their address.
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Restaurants we visited:
#1: The Cookie Society
9320 Dallas Pkwy Suite 160, Frisco, TX 75034
#2 Winners BBQ
3200 14th St, Plano, TX 75074
#3 DL Shaved Ice
3741 S Malcolm X Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215
#4 Funnel Cake Paradise
4353 Gannon Ln, Dallas, TX 75237
#5 Ronnie’s Fish and More
1231 E Red Bird Ln Dallas, TX 75241
#6 The Daiquiri Shoppe 2
1837 W Frankford Rd #122, Carrollton, TX 75007
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