| Listed For 279K
||1850 Square Feet
||Sales 44 K Monthly
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Strong community ties make this a Popular Gathering
Located in this suburban Oasis right in the middle
of Downtown Fayetteville.
One of the Best Towns for Young Families and Retirees.
This place has a Family Friendly and Sports Themed atmosphere
A Fantastic menu including a great kids menu,
Soups Salads Sandwiches
Appetizers of all sorts
This is just a sample of the Professionally Designed
Franchise Support makes this a Success!
Being a locally grown franchise, there is still the
charm of an owner operated
restaurant here. People love the unique environment.
Franchise support for training and Top Notch marketing
materials that a single unit owner could never afford
Operating manuals and training materials make this
a good opportunity for a less experienced owner.
Well Developed Menu!
Great Destination for Families!
is located roughly 20 miles south of downtown Atlanta.
With easy access to Interstate 85, getting to the city is no
problem at all.
Fayetteville’s City Hall is located
at 240 South Glynn Street,
Fayetteville, GA 30214.
This is where you will find the city’s elected officials
and paperwork that you need to make the city your home.
Fayetteville, Georgia was established on March 28, 1823.
The designated property later became the county seat of Fayette
which was created in 1821.
Both Fayetteville and Fayette County are named for Marquis
a French nobleman who aided Washington during the Revolutionary
The Villages Amphitheater is a
state-of-the-art entertainment venue
located in the heart of downtown Fayetteville.
A 55-foot stage with natural grass tiered seating
areas can accommodate nearly
Orchestra tables and tiered table areas
are the perfect areas to socialize
and enjoy a meal during the concert.
Fayetteville is rich in history, with the preservation of many
notable places of interest. Most of the commercial buildings
that exist today around the courthouse square were built in
the late 1890s and early 1900s, but some antebellum properties
remain. Recent partnership projects include the renovation of
the Hollingsworth House (1906) and the Old Train Depot (1902)
and the restoration of the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House (1855).
The latter home was originally built by an uncle of “Doc”
Holliday of western fame and has become Fayette County’s
first historical museum. The Train Depot provides offices for
the Main Street organization and serves as Fayetteville’s
Fayetteville hosts a number of annual events in the downtown
area, including Trick or Treat on Main Street, a Dickens Christmas
Tree Lighting, the Tour de Georgia, the Old Courthouse Art Show,
and Taste of Fayette.
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