Shopping

Shopping In Greater Fayetteville 

Shopping Greater FayettevilleResidents and visitors to Fayetteville and Cumberland County find plenty of shopping opportunities. Cross Creek Mall has remained the epicenter of Fayetteville’s shopping corridor – today boasting more than 140 stores, eateries and businesses.  Cross Creek mall is surrounded by scores of stores to entice shopping afficianados. 

Downtown Fayetteville, Hope Mills and Spring Lake also offer interesting shops, restaurants and fun places to explore. 

Read below for shopping updates from Cumberland County.  For a complete list of stores in the community, head to VisitFayettevilleNC.com

Holiday Wish #2: Gather ‘Round Our Tables!

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In the second part to my "Holiday Wish" blog series, I'm spilling on all the tasty events coming up over the holidays. Treat the kids to a meal with Santa. Sip on craft beer and shop for holiday gifts. Indulge in sinful offerings from our favorite local restaurants. Last weekend officially kicked off our holiday season here, and we have so many reasons to celebrate through the end of the year. So here's my seco… [...]

Holiday Wish #1: Savor the Season Outdoors!

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I recently compiled a list of 50 holiday events for the annual Christmas card we send out from the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. Yes, you read that right. FIFTY. And they're not just happening in Fayetteville. Twenty of those events are spread throughout every one of Cumberland County's communities. Over the next couple of weeks, I'll be sharing with you four blogs that feature d… [...]

Veterans Day Weekend: 30 Ways to Celebrate

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John "Mr. E" Thompson, featured in the video below, is a United States Marine Corps veteran who calls the Fayetteville area home. He is also a talented craftsman and artist. He has also served as president of Rolling Thunder®, Inc. Chapter 1 NC, helping people to never forget our POW/MIA service members. Mr. E is the Fayetteville I know and have grown to love so much. Here, in what we call "America's Hometow… [...]

Freaks and Geeks and Zombies, Oh My!

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The countdown to Halloween has officially begun in Cumberland County! Once again, I've been on the hunt for adult-friendly celebrations. This year, there are even more freakishly fun times, geeky go-to's, and zombified happenings on the calendar. Find your brand of Halloween good times on this bucket-list of 13 events. Then get your costume ready to celebrate with all the freaks, geeks, and zombies… [...]

5 Myths About Fayetteville – Myth #5

In yesterday's blog, I busted the myth that there are no international cultural experiences in Cumberland County by showing all the ways to experience diverse traditions in the Fayetteville area. Today, I'm busting one last myth.  I'm correcting the false idea that there is nowhere to spend down time in Cumberland County. Myth #5: Cumberland County Has No Hangout Hotspots Between all the classes or bu… [...]

Where to ‘Wine Down’ in Cumberland County

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National Wine Day is May 25th, so my creative juices have been flowing about where to “wine down” in Cumberland County. This summer, you can get artsy at our sip-and-paint studios, join a yoga-and-vino class, venture on a wine walk through downtown, take a bottle and picnic basket to a garden, and much more. You’ll find me relaxing, glass of Pinot in hand, at several of these charming spots. Start pla… [...]

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