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Cherokee Street

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Shane & Jen
Shane & Jen
December 29, 2019
This is the antique lovers dream come true. If you are a fan of vintage this is your new favorite place. Fun food and drink places. This street is divided by Jefferson Ave. The East side is full of shopping and quirky treasures the west side has a Mexican feel. Great food , grocery, and culture…
January 8, 2020
A long-time Latin American area, Cherokee Street is known for its established taquerias and exuberant Cinco de Mayo celebrations, as well as its eclectic global eateries and hip bars. Vintage stores, antiques shops and contemporary art galleries showing local work also line the street. The 1920s…
January 10, 2020
The Cherokee district is great mix of food, boutique shops, antique stores, coffee houses, nightlife, entertainment, art, and local flare. There are a bunch of authentic Mexican restaurants and businesses. This is one of the most popular neighborhoods for street festivals and the music scene. …
December 14, 2019
Great street for Authentic Mexican Food.
August 21, 2019
Lots of restaurants, stores, and venues. Please be aware of your surroundings, especially at night, and try to park on the main strip.

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