Cape Fear Botanical Garden announces new food service provider
08/17/2012 06:10PM ● Published by Anonymous
Jennifer Sullivan, Executive Director Cape Fear Botanical Garden (910) 486-0221 x29
Cape Fear Botanical Garden announces new food service provider.
FAYETTEVILLE— Cape Fear Botanical Garden is pleased to announce New Deli as our new food service provider for our Café.
The Café in the Entry Pavilion of the Wyatt Visitors Pavilion Complex is the perfect place to combine a delicious meal with beautiful views of the Garden. Indoor and outdoor seating is available. Garden admission is not required to dine in the Café.
New Deli of Fayetteville opened its doors in July of 2006 by owners Stephen Brown and Michael Reyes. They specialize in making sandwiches, salads, baked items, and delicious desserts. They have won "Taste of Fayetteville", "Great Dessert Party", the March of Dimes "Chef's Auction" and the best booth at The Fayetteville Observer's "Ladies Night Out". They are the sole foodservice provider for Fayetteville Academy in addition to owning their own restaurant on Village Drive.
The official Grand Opening of New Deli at Cape Fear Botanical Garden will be on Saturday, September 1st to coincide with the opening of "Ribbit" the exhibit.
For further information, contact Jennifer Sullivan, Executive Director at Cape Fear Botanical Garden at 910.486.0221 x 29 or Stephen Brown, President, or Michael Reyes, Vice President, of New Deli at 910.223.3082 or email@example.com.
Cape Fear Botanical Garden is located on seventy-seven acres nestled between the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek just two miles from downtown Fayetteville. Founded in 1989, the Garden now boasts more than 2,000 varieties of ornamental plants and has several specialty gardens. Convenient to downtown Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, and Pope Air Force Base, the Garden is open year-round for a casual stroll or guided tour, and promotes enjoyment of the natural world through beautiful gardens, displays of the region’s agricultural heritage and wooded nature trails.
For more information, visit www.capefearbg.org .