Fourth Friday Guide
Those young and old look forward to Fourth Friday. The once-a-month street festival on Hay caters to all ages and there's something for everyone.
Here's a quick guide to my Fourth Friday picks.
Brews and some of the best chicken wings around at Huske Hardware House.
The Arts Council will be opening their new exhibit, The John and Vivian Hewitt Collection of African-American Art, featuring a few North Carolina Artists.
Grab some coffee and biscotti at Rude Awakening.
Stop in for a panini and a North Carolina microbrew at Blue Moon Cafe.
Visit Samantha at Moonstone Jewelry for colorful baubles and jewels!
Turn around the corner for White Trash & Colorful Accessories for some southern inspired charm.
Take a seat at Pierro's for a plate of old world spaghetti and meatballs.
And just in time for the Dogwood Festival, Walter Guy Jewelry features Dogwood beads.
Find great accessories for you or the home at So Chic BeBe and Holmes Gift Shop.
Attend a wine tasting a pick up a bottle to take home from Angela at The Wine Cafe.
Browse antiques from The Shops at 123 Hay Street.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at the new Sweet Surprise Candy and Dessert Buffet.
Feel like you're in the Mediterranean and enjoy authentic, health & delicious cuisine from the region at Sherefe.
Get crafty at All Things by Hand.
Finish the night off with a fine Malbec suggested by bar manager, Josh, at Circa 1800!
And if you need a pick-me-up after all the Fourth Friday festivities... order a fresh latte at Marquis Market.
And there's so much more! Come out and see for yourself what Hay Street and downtown Fayetteville on Fourth Friday have to offer.