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San Marcos Cafe3877 State Rd 14
Santa Fe, NM 87508
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Open everyday 8-2, Locally owned, Breakfast anytime, Burritos & Burgers, Quiche, Soup & Cinnamon Rolls, Hot Cider, Chai, Lemonade, Thai Coffee, Raspberry Iced Tea
Color photo of front and turkeys by permission from Michelle Stump at harpofthespirit.com
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