1725 Jim Johnson Road
Fayetteville, NC 28312
Phone: (910) 485-6866
Fax: (910) 485-6190
1725 Jim Johnson Road off Cedar Creek Road, Fayetteville, NC, US, 28312
- Phone: (910) 485-6866
- Fax: (910) 485-6190
Bars & Cafes
A peaceful Coffee shop located in the Downtown Fayetteville area. Serves some really well made coffee, both indoors and outdoors. Good seating arrangement which makes it an ideal place to sit back and unwind. Accompany your coffee with a delicious selection of sandwiches. The courtyard in the back of the coffee shop has quite some fans who swear by the ambiance and quality of food served.
Huske Hardware Restaurant and Brewery has been a downtown icon for over a decade and the building has a 105-year-old history. We serve 6 craft-brewed beers.
"Fayetteville's only neighborhood pub," this wonderful Scottish pub offers a full service menu of traditional pub dishes and is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Located on Raeford Road, The Office is well known for its amazingly vast collection of over 200 imported beers! Its a great place with some really cheerful and skilled people at the bar. With beers priced quite reasonably, there is a potluck for $2 every Wednesday night for a wide array of imported beers! The Jukebox is filled with a varied mix of classic and contemporary music so you can be sure to find your favorite tune as you unwind after a hard day!
The Black Cat Lounge is a mecca for rock ‘n’ roll music. With a capacity for approximately 200 guests, this venue is dedicated to live entertainment. It plays host to a great line-up of regional and touring bands like Tonic Immobility, Six Time Losers and Lefty Williams Band. Have a drink at their bar and enjoy their eclectic program of concerts, art exhibitions and cultural events.
"The Mash House Brewery & Chophouse is the restaurant in Fayetteville, NC for steaks and chops." Diner can enjoy a premium cut of beef accompanied by a world-class, award-wining beer, hand-crafted using malted barley, hops, yeast and pure water on the premises using the traditional methods of Old World brewers. Burgers, sandwiches, wood oven roasted artichoke and spinach dip, calamari, fried green tomatoes, tomato bruschetta, seared ahi tuna steak, balsamic chicken, seafood pasta, grilled meatloaf, pizza, and more is also prepared.
If you've had a long and tiring week in Fayetteville, Club Xscape has the perfect remedy for you. Whether you choose to head here for a few drinks or for an entire night out, this sports bar and nightclub has what you need. The most popular DJs from around town play a variety of genres, but this club is particularly known as a hip hop and RnB hotspot. Most of the events are 25-and-over only, but a few do permit those who are 21 and above.
Gulp down a few bottles of ice-cold beers with friends and listen to excellent hardcore rock music at The Drunk Horse Pub. This intimate venue in Terry Sanford neighborhood of Fayetteville hosts a number of upcoming, national and international rock bands on tour such as This Is Hell, Kong, Go For Glory and Sister Sin. Apart from this, the pub also hosts entertaining themed nights and other fun events.
Nightlife in Fayetteville is just not the same without Jester's Pub. Being a place that spells rebellion and a care-free atmosphere, it surely is famous for some of the wildest concerts in town. If you are head over heels in love with metal rock, then this place is a must-visit for you. With tribute shows taking place for legendaries like Pink Floyd, this venue attracts a lot of patrons. A far cry from swanky ambiance, Jester's is very serious when it comes to pure entertainment.