Wednesday, May 28, 2008

A Little Bit of Everything Wins Fayette’s Finest Taste

Downtown Fayetteville got a big taste from a variety of menu’s at the 7th Annual Taste of Fayette the weekend of May 17 at Stonewall Village. Longbranch Steakhouse and Seafood won “Fayette’s Finest Taste” with their sampler of chicken, shrimp and steak and Bugaboo Creek Steak House’s rustic camping décor awarded them the “Most Amazing Booth”.

Approximately 11,500 people attended both the Taste of Fayette and 40th Annual Old Courthouse Art Show weekend.

“This is our seventh year organizing the Taste of Fayette and we’re proud to boast such great food vendors,” remarked Jennifer Cleland, Main Street coordinator. “A lot of new restaurants entered the Taste this year and were able to advertise their product to a wide variety of people. We’ve got several events planned for this summer and invite the community to support the businesses downtown and particularly the revitalization of the downtown square.”

There were eighteen food vendors and thirty businesses showcasing their goods. The food participants included: Johnny’s New York Style Pizza, Longbranch Steak house & Seafood, Partners II Pizza, Bugaboo Creek Steakhouse, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Baci Italian Cuisine, The Mooving Café, Taco Mac, Mr. Fuji Japanese Steakhouse, Rita’s Italian Ice, Mangarelli’s Pizzeria, Gezzo’s Surf & Grill, Ryan Academy of Irish Dance, Metro Catering, Marble Slab Creamery, Mrs. Winner’s Chicken & Biscuits, Latitude 33 Steak & Seafood and the Wyndham. Coca-Cola was the overall sponsor of the Taste of Fayette. Buzzly the Fire Safety Bee, the City of Fayetteville Fire Department and City of Fayetteville Police Crime Lab provided additional entertainment for the day.

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