Up & Coming Weekly

November 28, 2023

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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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM November 29 - December 5, 2023 UCW 9 Are you tired of the same old fast- food options and looking for a new and exciting culinary experience? Look no further than Haymount Truck Stop, where food truck heav- en awaits! Haymount Truck Stop, located at 100 Broadfoot Ave in the Haymount neighborhood, opened its doors on Nov. 24th. is location is sure to transform into a hub for all the food enthu- siasts in the area. e Haymount Truck Stop promises to offer a wide variety of mouth-watering food trucks serving up delicious and unique dishes. With a variety of cu- linary delights waiting for you, you are going to want to go soon and go often. Trust us, your taste buds will thank you. We had the opportunity to chat with owner Jordan Sherrod about this new venture that is sure to be an unparalleled culinary experi- ence that will leave patrons crav- ing more. Sherrod provided a description of the Haymount Truck Stop, painting a vivid picture of the establishment. "Haymount Truck Stop is Fay- etteville's premier patio space and Fayetteville's first and only Food Truck Court. It's a family friendly establishment with indoor and out- door bars serving beer, wine, craft cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks," he said. "We have four slots for food trucks which will be on both a rotating and permanent/semi-per- manent basis. e back patio and the arcade lounge are available for party and event reservations." From the moment patrons step foot onto the grounds of the Hay- mount Truck Stop, they are trans- ported into a world of food truck magic. What sets them apart from the average food court is the sheer variety of cuisines they will offer. ere will be a mix of local food trucks that people will be familiar with and some newly established or lesser-known trucks. "We will always be looking for new trucks to showcase," says Sher- rod. "We plan to have at least one truck at all times, but I ask people to be patient with us as we get started. Food Trucks plan their schedules months in advance, so it will take us some time to build up a full sched- ule. e best way to keep up with what's happening at HTS is to fol- low us on Facebook and Instagram." Inside people will discover ad- ditional seating and gathering spaces, along with a bar that offers a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Whether patrons are craving a refreshing lo- cal beer, a skillfully crafted cocktail, or a perfectly matched wine, they have it covered. When people visit Haymount Truck Stop, they're in for much more than just a delicious meal. is food haven is not just a pit stop, but a place where memories are made and connections are formed. e vibrant atmosphere and sense of community that fills the air create an experience that goes far beyond simply satisfying hunger. e atmosphere and sense of community will add an extra layer of magic to the experience. Sherrod views the Haymount Truck Stop as a welcoming space for the entire community, regardless of their identity or needs. From families enjoying a leisurely lunch to groups of friends seeking adventure, there's a shared sense of community that fills the air. "We have an indoor setting that's perfect for business get-togethers, kids' parties and birthdays, and we have a large, secluded back patio with a private bar that can handle bigger events. It's also possible to reserve both spaces and link them together by opening up the garage door that separates the spaces," he said. Haymount Truck Stop aims to be a melting pot of flavors, communi- ty, and connections. And the venue is pet-friendly! "We are family friendly. Family- friendly is synonymous with pet- friendly for many of our Haymount neighbors. Many Haymount resi- dents enjoy walking the neighbor- hood down to the shopping district. We want them to be able to stop by HTS for a drink or a bite to eat even if they have their dog with them," Sherrod explains. Sherrod has a fondness for the Haymount area and hopes his establishment adds to an already vibrant neighborhood. "I hope to bring more foot traffic to the area that will support not only our business, but also the oth- er great businesses in Haymount. Haymount is a great district, and I hope to be another reason people come to Haymount to walk, shop and get a bite to eat." If you're ready to embark on a cu- linary journey like no other, make your way to the Haymount Truck Stop. Whether you're a foodie, an adventurer, or simply someone looking for a memorable dining experience, this venue will not dis- appoint. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds, make new memories, and immerse yourself in the magic that is Haymount Truck Stop. Unleash the culinary delights of Haymount Truck Stop by SHEILA D. BARKER FEATURE SHEILA D. BARKER, Staff Writer. COM- MENTS? editor@upandcomingweekly.com. 910-484-6200. Christian music station local your

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