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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30 SEPTEMBER 14-20, 2016 Best of Fayetteville Best Bakery Superior Bakery 2433 Hope Mills Road 910.424.4242 or https://www.facebook.com/SuperiorBakery Superior Bakery is a Fayetteville business unlike any other, offering fresh-baked pastries, breads and desserts daily. Everything, even the doughnuts, are made from scratch, cut by hand and baked to perfection. Éclairs, asiago cheese bread, coffee cakes and traditional brötchen are just some of Superior Bakery's daily offerings. Making such amazing pastries fresh every day takes a lot of hard work, but the staff at Superior Bakery takes a tremendous amount of pride and joy in their work. The staff's pride in its creations is evident in the presentation of their delicious baked goods. Superior Bakery opens at 6 a.m. Be sure to get there early because the fresh glazed doughnuts and freshly baked croissants sell out quickly. These sorts of baked goods are worth waking up early. Best Desserts The Sweet Palette 101 Person Street 910.489.7342 or www.thesweetpalette.com The Sweet Palette takes cupcakes to the next level. Specializing in creative cupcakes, flavors vary from traditional red velvet to creative chocolate mocha with a caramel drizzle to key lime. The cupcakes are baked daily and the menu is always evolving. The Sweet Palette also offers custom cupcakes or if the day calls for something a little more substantial, the bakers are happy to custom create delicious and beautifully decorated cakes. They can combine their unique flavors with customized unique decorations on all of their creations. Fun, elegant or inventive are adjectives their customers use to describe this delightful taste of downtown. Best BBQ Mission BBQ 1932 Skibo Road 910.491.9500 or http://mission-bbq.com Mission BBQ and Fayetteville have something in common, both have a strong commitment to the men and women who serve the nation. Founded Sept. 11, 2011, the restaurant embraces two things that connect this nation: authentic barbecue and most importantly, the people that make this nation great — people like soldiers, firefighters, police officers and first responders. Their commitment to these heroes is obvious in every Mission BBQ restaurant. The dining rooms are decorated with patriotic paraphernalia given to the restaurant by the heroes it serves. They also have a daily salute to the Stars and Stripes. The menu features authentic barbecue recipes from across the nation. There is brisket, pulled pork, sausage, salmon and ribs. Sides like mac-n-cheese, baked beans and fresh cut fries complete the meal with home- style flair. There are also pick up packs with enough barbecue for the entire family to enjoy at home. Best Hot Dogs Wiener Works Several Locations 910.488.3311 or www.wienerworks.net Weiner Works has been a Fayetteville institution for more than 30 years, serving its first hot dog in 1973. All five locations are locally owned and operated. All of the food is prepared to order. The most popular menu item is still the classic foot-long hot dog, but there are also chili dogs, kraut dogs, hot sausages and Polish sausages. Weiner Works also offers juicy burgers and specialty sandwiches like the Big Fish or chicken filet. The perfect end to any meal at Weiner Works is a thick and creamy shake in chocolate, vanilla, strawberry or banana. The menu may not be as large as other restaurants, but this is only because Weiner Works believes in perfecting every dish it offers. WINE & DINE WINE & DINE Authentic Italian Cuisine 1400 Walter Reed Road, Suite 130 (All American Freeway & Owen Drive) HOURS: M-S 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Sun. 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 910.867.8700 THANK YOU from all of us at LITTLE ITALY. Best Restaurant Overall! UP & COM ING W EEKLY 'S L i t tl e I t a t l y l pizzeria & restaurant

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