Up & Coming Weekly

September 13, 2016

Up and Coming Weekly is a weekly publication in Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, NC area offering local news, views, arts, entertainment and community event and business information.

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SEPTEMBER 16-20, 2016 UCW 27 Best of Fayetteville Best Japanese Restaurant Miyabi Kyoto 1990 Skibo Road 910.864.5987 or http://miyabimyrtlebeach.com/fayetteville.php The name Miyabi comes from the Japanese word for "traditional beauty." It embodies how the restaurant takes on every dinner service, utilizing traditional cooking styles and flavors to create a beautiful dinner. Miyabi's is about the experience as much as it is the food. The Japanese steak house features hibachi style cooking, with the chef preparing your meal on a grill within a communal table. The cooking includes a performance aspect because as the chef cooks, he also utilizes incredible knife skills and tells wonderful jokes. The meal includes appetizer, soup, salad and fried rice paired with vegetables and a protein of choice. The fresh ingredients and flavorful sauces make for a great meal, but the table-side entertainment makes for an incredible experience. Miyabi's also has a full-service sushi bar. This sushi bar offers the freshest and highest quality seafood expertly paired with complementary flavors. These combinations enhance both the protein and the vegetable to their best possible expressions. Best Korean Restaurant Yummy Express 6441 Yadkin Road 910.826.2340 or https://www.facebook.com/pages/Yummy- Express/111587118877643 Yummy Express offers authentic Korean food at reasonable prices. Traditional Korean cuisine focuses around steamed rice, spices, proteins and vegetables. The vegetables are often either fresh or spiced and pickled — think kimchi. Often proteins are accompanied by various small side dishes of pickled vegetables intended for mixing with the entrée. Different combinations of the small dishes will make every bite a different flavor experience to enjoy. Dishes like Bi Bim Bop feature a base of rice piled high with different vegetables and a protein. The service at Yummy Express is welcoming and quick, offering a wealth of knowledge for anyone unfamiliar with Korean cuisine. The staff is delighted to explain the dishes on the menu. Whether familiar with Korean cuisine or looking for something exciting and new to try, Yummy Express is an amazing restaurant. Best Mexican Mi Casita Several Locations 910.323.8161 or www.micasitarestaurants.com Mi Casita, established in 1990, now has 10 locations across Cumberland County, all of which offer excellent service and authentic Mexican food. Regardless of which location patrons choose to frequent, each restaurant upholds the same commitment to great food, excellent service and hospitality. The name of the restaurant is Spanish for "my house," which shows the level of dedication the owners have to hospitality. The atmosphere is not an exotic trip to a far away Mexican city; instead, it is like visiting a friend and sharing a meal. Mi Casita offers dine-in, take-out and catering options. The menu is large. It has a variety of mouthwatering, traditional Mexican meals like sizzling fajitas, steaks, seafood, tacos and enchiladas, just to name a few. Vegetarian options are also on the menu. Every meal at Mi Casita is a delicious one. UP & COM I NG W EEKLY 'S Best Family Medical Practice Northwood Medical ceNter Northwood Medical ceNter 116 couNtry club drive • Fayetteville, Nc 28301 910.488.0157 www.northwoodmedicalcenter.com " Taking care of your family since 2008" ank You for voting for us! Sasan Araghi, M.D. and Sayeh Araghi, P.A. proudly accept this AWARD in honor of our parents and on behalf of the staff. THANK YOU for Voting us BEST GERMAN RESTAURANT In Fayetteville! 5945 CLIFFDALE ROAD. SUITE 1104 910.826.8400 WWW.MAXANDMORITZFAY.COM All Dishes Made From Scratch Daily! UP & COM I NG W EEKLY 'S

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