Fayetteville Bakery & Cafe
Address: 3037 Boone Trail Ext A, Fayetteville, NC 28304
Phone: (910) 568-5312
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Fayetteville Bakery & Cafe Open?
Saturday,: 8AM to 5PM
Monday,: 6AM to 7PM
Tuesday,: 6AM to 9PM
Wednesday,: 6AM to 7PM
Thursday,: 6AM to 7PM
Friday,: 6AM to 7PM
Fayetteville Bakery & Cafe Reviews
Brittney Hill Real Estate Agent
I was leaving a home tour early one morning, and I remembered, I haven’t had my coffee yet. I decided to stop at this nearby shop. There was plenty of parking available. I went inside and enjoyed the space. Plenty of seating and appealing to the eye. I even noticed a speaker and wondered what that might be used for. The gentleman at the counter was very friendly and had a very pleasant demeanor and conversation. He expressed everything is naturally sourced and ethically sound, which was nice to know. He also invited me to come back on a Tuesday night, because they do family friendly Karaoke. I’m sure when it’s busier, he wouldn’t have all the time in the world to chat, but with each customer, I noticed he gave focused service.
I appreciate that. Give them a try! Great service, good egg bites, and nice coffee.
A great family friendly experience even for well behaved furry family members. Great quality foods. They donate baked goods to homeless at times. They support local artists of all sorts.
Their open mic truly is family friendly and they don’t hesitate to stop a performer if they have to.
Before we moved my special needs adult son was the opener for their open mic. Its such a safe place I would not hesitate to leave my special needs adult son there for a bit and come back.
The owners did their best to host the first annual Artists for Autism Awareness event. Hopefully next year all the kinks will be worked out and we will do an awesome event there.
They make most of their food from scratch. They even have gluten and dairy free options on their menu. They support local food artisans as well by selling those products in their shop.
I stopped here for the first time today and I normally don’t leave reviews. First of all, the red velvet cake slice was a fairly nice portion; however, the cake wasn’t good nor fresh AT ALL, to put it mildly. It was TOO much icing and the price ($7+) just wasn’t worth it. Sadly to say, I couldn’t finish it. I tried to like it.
** LITERALLY RUINED MY BIRTHDAY **
My cake tasted like it sat in a freezer for three years, before someone discovered it and slathered it with frosting, then sold it at an up charged price. Tried to give benefit of the doubt however cake crumbled on your fork could barely eat it. Save yourself the money and go somewhere else !
Beautiful And Amazing Atmosphere
People Are Always Kind And Have Smiles On Their Faces I Used To Attend Open Mic Nights Back In The Day With My Mom I Miss It And Might Show Up Tonight And Speak Something.
Great place, great people, and all around great atmosphere. By the way, the coffee is petty darn good.
The ham and potatoe pie was cooked to perfection. The crust was so light and crisp just as it should be! The kolaches were also very flavorful. But wait there is more…..the pecan pie is a must try! You will enjoy your visit here!
My wife and I love this coffee shop I really wish we discovered this sooner! I love that they are military friendly
$9.98 for one small piece of dry hummingbird cake…didn’t know that was even possible…no napkins received a ragged papertowel ftom the handwashing sink… shame, I had looked forward to visit
I am found here most Tuesday evenings for the great open mic. You can enjoy a nice treat (the turtle cheesecake is a must try) and enjoy some great local performers. What is there not to like!