Here’s a roundup of openings, closings, coming soons, and relocations in the Fayetteville restaurant scene that we know of.
A new Jersey Mike’s restaurant that was first announced last fall will open this month in Fayetteville.
The DQ Grill & Chill restaurant on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Fayetteville is now closed.
A new outdoor restaurant by the folks behind Feed and Folly is coming soon to Fayetteville.
Memphis BBQ is coming to Fayetteville.
The Gagnons have been doing much of the brewery buildout themselves while juggling domestic duties. Their second child turns 1 year old this month.
GOAT Lab Brewery in Lowell now has a new 10-barrel system installed and producing beer.
A Nashville-based restaurant and live music joint working to expand into Fayetteville is on track to open on Dickson Street soon.
Puritan’s brewery is a small operation with limited capacity. The latest batches of brews will make their debut on July 8.
Longtime local coffee shop and restaurant Jammin’ Java has moved into a new space on the Fayetteville square.
The new place, called The Hills Hideaway, is in the works in the Legacy Building at 401 W. Watson St., in the space formerly home to The Grillhouse, Table on the Hill, and Legacy Blues.
A new ice cream and burger joint is coming soon to west Fayetteville.
A local wood-fired pizza restaurant will close its doors later this month.
Jonathan Curth, the city’s development services director, told the council the company plans to completely redevelop the site to address a traffic issue.
The new place, called Siam Cuisine is located at 318 Archibald Yell Blvd, in the space most recently home to House of Taste.