Pier 41 Seafood is a family oriented Seafood Restaurant that features both Calabash Style Fried Seafood and delicious Broiled Seafood. We also offer a great selection of non-seafood dishes including Ribs, Pasta, BBQ and Sandwiches. Come and enjoy our wonderful food and Southern Hospitality. You'll be glad you did.
Southern Kitchen's Chef Sokun crafts traditional European dishes with delicate Asian twists, employing fresh local ingredients. Thursdays–Saturdays the dinner menu plates up appetite appeasers such as the warm-goat-cheese-and-spinach salad, featuring a french baguette atop a swath of spinach, caramelized onions, pine nuts, cranberries, and goat-cheese crumbles, all drizzled in balsamic vinaigrette ($12).
Customers won't find any heat lamps within The Wing Co.'s kitchen, but that doesn't mean their made-to-order wings aren't hot. Instead, the increased temperatures come from nine sauces, which run the gamut from sweet chili to Cajun to teriyaki. However, the cooks aren’t content to just spread sauce on wings. Upon customer request, they can also splash the tasty liquids over salads, riblets, and sandwiches—including their signature wing burger.
Matching the wings’ heat is the dining room's firefighter-themed decor. Hardhats and helmets double as lampshades, while firefighter boots, tanks, and clothing hang from the walls, in case of an emergency costume party.
Gabriella's serves up a menu of customizable pizzas alongside classic Italian pastas, sandwiches, and homemade desserts. A starter of crispy calamari ($6.95) primes taste buds for entrees such as chicken marsala served with pasta and italian bread ($8.95). An 18-inch pizza arrives fresh from the oven with an array of toppings ($10.50), such as pepperoni, banana peppers, and spinach ($1.50 each), while a personal pizza ($5.25), like a studio apartment, offers the freedom to arrange toppings ($0.75 each) however you'd like within 10 inches of personal space. Diners can twist fettuccine alfredo around forks with a choice of chicken or shrimp ($8.95–$9.95) before ending meals on a sweet note with a homemade cannoli ($2.75).
The baristas at The Village Coffee House & Bakery source their beans from area roasters, supporting Fayetteville's economy while also ensuring that each cup of java has a rich, fresh taste. They also serve up shakes, smoothies, teas from Republic of Tea, and Italian sodas, which pair well with daily-baked pastries, including danishes, scones, and muffins. But perhaps the star of the bakery is their intricately decorated cakes. The bakers create custom-designed masterpieces for birthdays?which might feature the child's favorite cartoon character or professional chess player?weddings, and other special events.