MacRae's of Homosassa Inc at 5300 South Cherokee Way, Homosassa

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Phone: +1 352-628-2602

Address: 5300 South Cherokee Way, Homosassa, FL 34448

Website: macraesofhomosassa.com

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Posted at Oct, 27 2019

Love going here! Best beer deals and great food. If you're drinking and have to drive, check out their reasonable rates on a room at the motel. They also have a cute little gift shop with our Bush Boys beehives and raw honey!;)

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