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May/June 2018

CityView Magazine - Fayetteville, NC

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Discover's fresh updated look! | 39 NEED HELP UNDERSTANDING WHICH DIRECTION YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD GO? 4424 Bragg Blvd., #101, Fayetteville, NC 28303 910.500.1391 Get your business to its ideal destination with industry-leading technology and cybersecurity standards. Call us today to schedule an assessment! 2901 N. Kerr Ave., Wilmington, NC 28405 910.500.1392 HELP UNDERSTANDING WHICH DIRECTION YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD GO? This time of year, as spring starts preparing for summer, our taste buds crave fun, refreshing, carefree food and drink. Fayetteville has plenty of delicious options to help you satisfy these longings. How about a sweet, pink vodka martini made with exotic lychee fruit? Shogun Japanese Restaurant on Ramsey Street serves up these pretty and tasty drinks. Want something cool, non-alcoholic and just as unusual? Try Shogun's delicious mochi ice cream balls – balls of ice cream covered with a thin layer of sticky rice cake and flavored with cooling green tea, creamy red bean or sweet mango. Have you had bubble tea? If not, there's no time like the present to take your first sip of this tasty iced milk tea. At Grilled Ginger Vietnamese Restaurant on Yadkin Road, you can get black or green bubble tea. (Green has a stronger tea flavor.) en choose if you want your tea flavored with options such as peach, honeydew, cantaloupe, guava, taro, kiwi, strawberry, lychee coconut, peppermint, ginger, honey, yogurt or passion fruit. Add a topping – boba (tapioca balls), coffee jelly, lychee jelly, rainbow jelly or aloe vera. en settle in for a sweet treat. Want something to nosh at the same time? Bite down on a fresh, crunchy spring roll. Mm. What says refreshment like lemonade? Sunshine screams for it. Antonella's, on Hay Street in downtown Fayetteville, mixes its own special basil lemonade, made with tart lemons that are muddled with basil and mint leaves. It's spring in a glass. Have it plain or spiked. If you'd like a snack to go with it, try the bruschetta. e toasty bread is Antonella's bruschetta SEE HOW WE HELPED THESE BUSINESSES Go to and scan this page

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