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Harana Market


603 Wittenberg Road, Woodstock
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Part Asian grocery store and part Filipino takeout spot, Harana Market is where you should go to grab a post-hike snack or gather cooking supplies for a big family dinner. The rotating menu of homestyle Filipino food is all delicious, and they’ve set up some chairs and hammocks outside where you can eat. They’re also always doing specials, like halo halo, beef machado, and fried chicken with Filipino fish sauce, which you can find out about on their Instagram. On Sundays, they offer free meals for people who identify as LGBTQIA+.

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