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Lots of tastes on display in Fayetteville

There was plenty to eat, and then some, at the annual Taste of Fayette event hosted Sunday by the city of Fayetteville around the Lane Brown Memorial Gazebo downtown. The event was rescheduled from earlier this year when a severe thunderstorm scattered the crowd after descending on downtown Fayetteville. The Finest Taste award went to Broadway Diner, while the Finest Treat award went to Rosa’s Home Cooking and the Most Amazing Booth award went to TCBY. Photo/John Munford.

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A warning for those who may want to try a new restaurant in The Avenue with a "wood fire" theme. I have heard there is good reason to choose another option based on the subject.

Aug 28th Inspection score was `100-A. Went once but won't return. I think Johnny's is much better!

Thanks for the information. I assume that is Brixx something or other. I almost stopped there to try it for lunch this past weekend. Glad I didn't now.

The pizza my Bride and I shared the other night was tasty. Nice BEER selection too.

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That was a long time ago. I agree Johnny's is better
with better service and options.

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That was a long time ago. I agree Johnny's is better
with better service and options.

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