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The Peanut Shop is closing for good on Liliha
Posted by HAKEN
Friday, July 04, 2008 10:54 AM

The Peanut Shop, unable to renew a lease and will close Monday, has been a fixture of Liliha for over a decade and a half selling boiled peanut and mochi is closing for good.

I go by this place everyday ever since they've been there. It'll be sad to see it go.

You can read the full article here:

Boiled peanut and mochi shop is closing

and here:

No more sweets


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