In 2015, a Southern Living contributing writer, Robert Moss, placed Fuller’s Old Fashioned BBQ at the top of his list of “5 Great Interstate Highway Barbecue Joints,” guiding travelers to those places “conveniently located just off an Interstate exit.” Then, earlier this year, readers of AAA Carolinas’ Go Magazine voted to give the Members’ Choice Award for North Carolina’s “Best Comfort Food Restaurant” to Fuller’s. And there’s a good reason this 33-year-old, family-owned business with three locations keeps getting recognition from esteemed publications.
With one of their restaurants located on the outskirts of downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, Fuller’s is a convenient, quick option for I-95 travelers. For families, especially, you can’t beat the price for what you get. When my own family and I are in the mood for southern comfort food, Fuller’s is a favorite go-to. Here, you’ll find a buffet featuring all the classic dishes. Fill your plate with barbecue, fried chicken, fish, and all the “fixin’s.” You’ll even find they have unique and regional offerings, such as quail, fried cornbread, and fatback. Just be sure you leave room for the spread of homemade desserts because they do not disappoint! Open Mon. – Sat., 11 am – 9 pm.; Sun., 11 am – 4 pm.
Directions to Fuller’s Old Fashioned BBQ
From I-95 Southbound – Exit 52A-52B then 4.3 mi. west on NC 24 to Fuller’s
I-95 Northbound – Exit 46A-46B —> 6.4 mi. west on NC 87 to Fuller’s
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