Food. Some of it tastes good, it’s a great source of nutrition, and one of the best ways to stay alive is to eat it on a regular basis. (Drinking water is also a good idea. And breathing).
Food is available in a variety of places, including grocery stores, gas stations, growing out of the earth, at restaurants, and other places.
This week, Fayetteville is celebrating the restaurant-type of food with a 10-day event called Restaurant Week from Jan. 26 through Feb. 5.
The promotion is organized by the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau, and is intended to help out some local restaurants during a slow time period, get the public to visit some of their favorite local eateries, and maybe entice folks to try out a new place to eat.
To participate, visit a restaurant in Fayetteville through Feb. 5, order some food from an employee at the restaurant, and once it arrives at your table, counter, or chair, just eat some of it.
Several restaurants are offering specials or prix fix menus, and you can check them out over at dineinfayetteville.com. Eat something.
When: Jan. 26 – Feb. 5
Where: Restaurants, duh