Haymount Truck Stop will be Fayetteville’s first food truck court

Vans are returning soon to the old Haymont Auto Repair service, but no, it can be not what you assume. 

Which is mainly because the longtime fuel station and restore shop in Fayetteville’s Haymount neighborhood is slated to become the Haymount Truck Quit, a meals truck court complete with a bar, arcade, patio and outside leisure house. 

Co-operator Jordan Sherrod and undertaking supervisor Stephanie Pirruccello mentioned the aim is to have four most important food vehicles signal extensive-expression leases to park in the lot at 100 Broadfoot Ave. Those vehicles would then be permitted to sublease people spaces to other vans. 

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Hamont Auto Repair, located at 100 Broadfoot Ave., is the future home of the Haymount Truck Stop, a food truck court, bar and arcade.

There would be sufficient out of doors seating, as effectively as cornhole and other games established up underneath the cover wherever gas pumps are at present situated. The setting up that was when the maintenance store would turn into an arcade and a bar.

They program to serve beer, wine and liquor, with a focus on craft cocktails and North Carolina-sourced solutions. 

Sherrod, who is also a soldier on Fort Bragg, and co-owner Chris Beaty arrived up with the idea for the Haymount Truck Prevent about a calendar year in the past with just one intention in intellect:

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