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Restaurantes Abiertos el Dia de Accion de Gracias

Reporte Desde la Redacción de
Telemundo 20

Para una lista de restaurantes de midland y sus horas para el dia de hoy,

por favor consulte nuestro sitio web:

BUFFULO WILD WINGS: 5107 w. Wadley ave. de 2 pm a 2 am

CRACKER BARREL: 3108 n. Loop 250 de 6 am a 10 pm

DENNY'S: 3701 w. Wall st abierto las 24 hrs

DOS MARGARITAS: 1501 n. Big spring st. de 11 am a 8 pm

GRAND BUFFET: 2510 w. Louisiana ave. de 11 am a 4 pm

RILEY'S BAR AND GRILL: 3421 w. Wall st. de 11 am a 2 am

SCOTTY'S SOUL FOOD: 2907 n. Big spring st. de 11 am a 4 pm

SHAHI TANDOOR: 3400 w. Wall st. de 11:30 am a 9 pm

TORINO'S: 3303 n. Midkiff de 7 pm a 2 am

WHATABURGER: Estara abierto todo el dia

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