Fayetteville (/ˈfeɪətˌvɪl/) is a city in Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States. It is the county seat of Cumberland County, and is best known as the home of Fort Bragg, a major U.S. Army installation northwest of the city.
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4.5 based on 186 reviews
Good BBQ here and good service as well. Nice variety of flavors and options as well. I do think portion size of bbq plate was a little small, but I still enjoyed the meal and would return.
4.5 based on 284 reviews
The food is palatable with a variety to chose from and the service was nice too. It’s not the most amazing place to sit in but the atmosphere is cozy. The only downside was the price but you can’t expect to get real authentic food and not pay an extra buck.
4.5 based on 607 reviews
Established in 1982, Luigi’s has established itself as one of Fayetteville’s best Restaurants, focusing on high-quality cuisine at very moderate prices. We specialize in hand cut Black Angus steaks and chops, homemade Sauces, pan sautéed pasta dishes, and fresh fish daily. In addition to our main dining rooms, we also offer patio dining and a comfortable bar and lounge area, all set in a casual but upscale atmosphere. We have a wide selection of spirits, bottled and local draft beers, as well as an award winning wine list with over 300 different selections of both imported and domestic wines. Discerning patrons come from all over to savor our delicious food, drink and atmosphere. And they continue to come back because there is no other place quite like it. We invite you to come and enjoy the experience of Luigi's!
We had lunch here and everything was fabulous. The service was fast and friendly and the food was excellent. It's a very Italian setting and we enjoyed that as well. I'm sorry we don't live closer (we're two hours away) or we would go here...MoreThank you for dining with us and that you were pleased with your experience. We hope you will visit us again!
4.5 based on 309 reviews
Sherefe (pronounced "shedefay") means "Cheers!" In Turkish. Owning a restaurant was a dream for owner/chef, Mustafa Somar, for many years. In 2003, the dream became a reality, when he opened Sherefe Mediterranean Grill on Ramsey Street. After 10 years, we relocated to a much larger and more beautiful location in historic downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina where we now boast a two story building, four dining rooms, and a full bar! Along with the location, the vision has also evolved...Mediterranean Grill was all about authenticity and while we remain authentic, our focus has become fresh, healthy, local and sustainable. While we don't cater to any particular dietary plan, the Mediterranean diet is a natural fit for gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan and even paleo as demonstrated at our cooking classes.
There aren’t a lot of nice restaurants in Fayetteville for date night (married or first dates). This was a nice find. The restaurant is nice. They have fake fireplaces and make it feel cozy. The music was in a tabletop speaker was a little loud at times especially if you’re sat right next to it.
They have traditional Mediterranean Greek style food. The ceviche which was on special was very good. The lamb meatballs were good as well as the gyro meat. The roasted eggplant mashed potatoes were surprisingly good too. Now the quinoa tabouli was inedible. It tasted like rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover. I think it was too heavy on the lemon juice. The service was pleasant and fast.
The strangest part was the belly dancer. Randomly the music changes and here appears a girl belly dancing through the restaurant while people are eating. It was hilarious to watch all the husbands embarrassed trying not to look. She was very pretty and thin with lots of exposed skin. It made me laugh but still awkward.
4.5 based on 268 reviews
Texas Roadhouse is a steak restaurant providing legendary food with legendary service. Texas Roadhouse specializes in hand-cut steaks, fresh-baked bread, fall-off-the-bone-ribs, and made-from-scratch sides. We also serve ice cold beer and legendary margaritas. Treat your family and friends to a night at Texas Roadhouse.
Steak was cooked perfect and the lunch crowd is better for those who just want to eat without all the "entertainment" of line dancing waitresses. Katherine was our Hostess and was TOP NOTCH. She seated us quickly, told us of any specials, and assured we knew who our server would be. GREAT EMPLOYEE.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
Sandy our waitress was great. Not only great service but have us some places of interest as we travel south. Food was good too. Thank you. Would definitely go back.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
I love when I have the opportunity to stop in for lunch here. The food is always fresh and tasty. The service is good and fast. The Turkey is great and the okra is amazing.
4 based on 603 reviews
Fayetteville’s most original menu coupled with an on-site brewery make it a local favorite. Decidedly non-chain choices, with a spotlight on hearty fare like steaks, chops and seafood, coupled with our handcrafted beer. Perfection by the plate, paradise by the pint.
Stopped in for dinner while traveling through on our way south. Enjoyed great hand-crafted beer (the stout and the red ale), had their cajun red fish special and an order of baby back ribs. Everything was wonderful. Ribs were perfect, the cole slaw was scrumptious,...MoreThank you so much for taking the time to review us, we really appreciate your feedback and are thrilled you enjoyed your time with us. We hope you'll come and see us again on your next trip through Fayetteville!
4.5 based on 146 reviews
One year old; streetfront historic downtown Fayetteville location; fine dining
We went to circa 1800 for our 4 year anniversary dinner. It's probably one of the nicest restaurants is Fayetteville. The place is pretty small so they prefer reservations but we were able to get a table with no problem. They have additional outdoor seating but once the weather turns they'll lose the extra seating.
The staff was all nice a pleasant. They have a decent craft beer selection, wines, and cocktails. For an appetizer we got the Brussels sprout salad and it was amazing. Bacon, red onions, balsamic glaze, and goat cheese. It made a great bite without being the usually deep fried or heavy appetizers. They also bought out a nice veggie tapenade with warm bread which was a nice touch.
We got the filet tips (which I haven't had since living in Boston) and the NC amber jack. The filet had a great smokey grill flavor. A few pieces were chewy with gristle but overall a good choice. We had never heard of amber jack but it's a dense white fish very similar to tuna. The menu said it came with heirloom carrots but instead came with baby carrots fresh out of the bag. Didn't even bother to cut them down along with the rough chopped potatoes. The fish serving was small but tasted okay.
Overall this is still a great "fancy" restaurant that helps to forget you're in Fayetteville and for the mean imagine you're in the big city.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Enjoyable experience! Large venue with plenty of seating in the open seating and main dining area. There are tv's all over the place so you won't miss a game. Everyone working there were very attentive and friendly. Great selection of beer, appetizers, sandwiches, burgers and steaks. What I really loved was getting my burger cooked the way I like it, which is usually not the case at most restaurants.
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