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Key Largo Favorite Snappers Destroyed By Hurricane Irma

Owner promises to rebuild ASAP Longstanding Florida Keys restaurant and bar, Snappers Key Largo, has been completely demolished due to Hurricane Irma. As local CBS 4 reports, the 28-year-old space attempted to board up with plywood but is reporting a total loss. On Snappers website the owner shares the following statement, Snappers sustained total loss at the hands of Hurricane Irma.
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