Dining

Cure your Craving with Diverse Dining Options in Fayetteville & Cumberland County 

Mash House Fayetteville and Cumberland County offer a smorgasboard of diverse dining options – for every taste and budget.  Point a compass in any direction in Cumberland County and you are bound to come across savory delicacies at every turn- seafood snatched fresh from the Carolina coast, BBQ like only us North Carolinians can pull off, Spanish cafes providing Latin flair and German bakeries serving the most mouth-watering treats are just a sampling of some of the cuisine we hold near and dear to our hearts – and bellies.

Read more to learn about some of the region’s fabulous dining options or download the International Cuisine Trail to see a great list of locally-owned favorites

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 planning y… [...]

What’s HOT in Fayetteville!

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Sizzling concerts, smokin’ barbecue, fireworks, spicy ramen and more made my list of “What’s HOT in Fayetteville!” this summer. As you may have guessed, I spend a large part of my job tracking all the events, attractions and restaurants that pop up in Cumberland County, but I also make a point to visit as many as I can. I’ve narrowed down my extensive list to a few personal suggestions on the hottest places to… [...]

¡Hurra por Cinco de Mayo!

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If you’ve followed my blog for very long, you’ve probably picked up on the fact that I’m from Texas and that I take two food groups seriously: barbecue and tacos. There’s a holiday approaching that Texans go crazy for, and that’s Cinco de Mayo (5th of May). This day is really nothing more than an excuse for us to drink margaritas and eat Mexican food, but I’m just fine with that. For the last couple of months, I… [...]

Take the Hometown Hops Challenge!

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Remember how I told you April is the best month to visit the Fayetteville area? I’m giving you yet another big reason why: NC Beer Month. Now that Cumberland County can boast five breweries, we have even more reasons to celebrate big this month. To help our visitors discover all five destinations, the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau created a Hometown Hops Passport. You’ll want to grab… [...]

Soak Up the Arts in April!

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April is the month to visit the greater Fayetteville area. For starters, the natural beauty of the Sandhills’ region is on full display here. Then there's our blooming arts scene, specifically the performing arts. This month we’ll be enjoying the sounds of jazz in the park, relishing a Jane Austen classic on stage, celebrating National Poetry Month at a festival and watching dance teams show off their sk… [...]

Savoring Springtime in Hope Mills

Just one of several thriving communities in Cumberland County is the Town of Hope Mills. As this municipality has grown over the years, it’s somehow managed to keep that American small-town charm I love so much. Some exciting new attractions are popping up in that area this year, and I'm discovering more and more events to put on the calendar (not to mention good eats). We’re talking an Easter celebration i… [...]

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