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September 2022

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Page 42 of 53 | 39 FAYETTEVILLE ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY FAPS 2022 WoofStock - 1/6 ad: 4.625 x 2.25 tool reference, of course. And a mythological Greek figure used in the restaurant's logo and marketing is named Pan. is is the Graybills' second installment in the local food scene. e couple also own Napkins at Dirtbag Ales Brewery & Taproom in Hope Mills, which relies heavily on high-quality fresh ingredients, with many sourced locally. Peruse Pan's chalkboard menu, hung high above the counter area, then place your order there. A friendly server will deliver the food to your table in the 25-seat dining room or on the sidewalk patio, or order it to go. Many items range from $8 to $12. Memorable sandwiches — and a few salads, too — are the main draws here. Beautifully layered masterpieces are inspired by, and named for, people and places in the community who have helped the Graybills along their journey. e Leclair, a bestseller, combines thin slices of smoked chicken, fresh mozzarella, local greens, sun-dried tomato pesto, balsamic vinaigrette and basil pesto on grilled ciabatta. e sandwich is named in honor of Patrick Leclair, owner of Leclair's General Store on Haymount Hill. While the art on Pan's walls was culled from the general store, Leclair is quick to credit fellow designer Malia Tyner with curating the displays of vintage nautical maps and botanical prints, some in antique gold frames. ere's also a sandwich named aer Tyner. ere's a vegetarian selection named the Stace, for Staci Graybill, a longtime local actress. Her teenage daughter, Joslyn LaCosse, who works at Pan, is following in her mom's footsteps onstage. Hence, there's also a sandwich named the Gilbert, as a nod to the downtown theater company. Both Staci and Brian seem to be perpetually in motion. Brian is a veteran who enlisted in the Army shortly aer 9/11. He currently serves as treasurer of the board for the Veterans Farm of North Carolina in Harnett County, a nonprofit group that's dedicated to training veterans to work in agriculture, including sustainable livestock production and organic vegetable production. His passion for promoting local and small businesses is evident in every corner of Pan. Breads are primarily sourced from two Fayetteville businesses: Superior Bakery and Bread & Sugar by Dali. San Giuseppe Salami COURAGE & COMPASSION: THE LEGACY OF THE BIELSKI BROTHERS This award-winning exhibit showcases the heroic efforts of three brothers who helped save more than 1,200 people while living in the forest during World War II. NOW - NOV. 13, 2022 100 Bragg Blvd. | Fayetteville, NC | 910 - 643 - 2778 | When it rains, When it rains, IT DRAINS! IT DRAINS! (910) 433-1613

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