Whoops! I forgot there was one in Fayetteville! Definitely recommend going if it’s like the one in Lumberton.
Fuller’s is great, I have eaten there numerous times. The only drawback is that Fuller’s is a little ways away from Fayetteville.
http://www.fullersbbq.com/page4.html http://www.fullersbbq.com/page4.html Our family has eaten here a couple of times and said that the food is great…………….lots of different items on the buffet and very reasonable.I am allergic to buffets, unless it is a special holiday when I feel like I must go. so have never eaten there.
I have heard Fred Chason’s Grandsons in Hope Mills is a excellent buffet. I ate at the grandfathers bbq years ago and it was a institution around these parts. Unfortunately the Ft. Bragg area is inundated with chain restaurants and the other places are hard to find. They have a good local steakhouse, Ruth’s Chris steakhouse that is not bad.
I know nothing about places to eat around Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, but I do commend you for wanting to make sure your daughter understands and appreciates the significance of the holiday. Good Job.
On the drive back from vacation, our family is visiting Fort Bragg, NC to celebrate the 4th of July. We don’t know anyone there…just saw that the event is open to the public & want our daughter to truly appreciate what that day means. When I searched for roadfood in Fayetteville, I was stunned that there is not 1 entry. I find it hard to believe there’s no good eats around the base.
Fort Bragg, Fayetteville NC
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