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Darryl's Coffee & Native Art Shop

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Coffeehouses & Coffee Roasters
Majority of guests: straights (women and men)
Darryl's Coffee & Native Art Shop
 (Branch of business: Coffeehouses & Coffee Roasters)
Address 945 Davie Street
V6Z 1B9 Vancouver
British Columbia, Canada
Phone:604 689-5354
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