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December 2022

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38 December 2022 Leave the cooking to someone else Local foodies serve up suggestions for the holidays BY JANET GIBSON | CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS GOOD EATS For many of us, two things inevitably happen over the holidays. Family or friends visit from out of town, and your home's chief cook and bottle washer could really use a break away from the kitchen. Where do you go? We asked some Fayetteville food lovers, including a couple of restaurant owners, for their suggestions. Here's what they had to say. "One of our favorite things to do when we have guests in town is to show off our community. A delicious way to do that is to check out the Fayette- ville food scene. We make sure to hit some of our most favorite local spots. If we want barbecue, we head to Southern Coals and Fowler's Southern Gourmet. If Greek is on the menu, Zorba's and Caffé OPA. If burgers are the craving of the day, R Kitchen and Will's Grill. If we want more turkey, it's straight to e Fried Turkey Sandwich Shop. For coffee and cake, we go to Rude Awakening. If we need more cakes, pastries and bread to go, it's on to Superior Bakery early in the day. If we can't decide what to eat, then we head to Dirtbag Ales Brewery & Taproom for lots of food options and a great place to relax and spend time together." — Lexi Hasapis, communications/community relations associate, Public Works Commission "We go to two places: El Cazador on Skibo Road and Sammio's on Raeford Road. ey both make the vegetarian food that I like. For me, it's the chimichanga at El Cazador and the pizza at Sammio's. Kumar, my husband, gets his spaghetti and meatballs at Sammio's and the enchiladas at El Cazador." — Anila "Chef Kelly" Kishan, owner and chef, Bombay Bistro Southern Coals R Kitchen Superior Bakery Rude Awakening

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