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In a location with character, right in the heart of Fayetteville, NC, The Mash House Brewing Company Restaurant defines what it’s like to have a unique dining experience. Whether you choose a defined, gourmet fusion dish, the best in beef, or more casual fare, we pride ourselves in supporting North Carolina farmers and growers by using local ingredients as much as possible.
We consistently rank as one of the area’s best restaurants, a favorite destination for steaks, chops and award-winning beer. Our hand-crafted beers are brewed right on the premises, utilizing the traditional methods of Old World brewers. Mash House Brewing Company thrives on creating new and unique craft beers that our customers will enjoy daily and can pair with a juicy steak or burger for the ultimate dining experience in Fayetteville, NC.
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Amazing absolutely amazing food. Everything is made from scratch. The steaks are hand cut in the back by a butcher to ensure the best piece of meat. The desserts were to die for. They just melted in your mouth. The craft beers were smooth and the wine oh so sweet. Outstanding visit. Definitely worth the money and time.
The food was amazing! The spinach artichoke dip was creamy and delicious. The steaks were cooked perfect and very tender! They make their own cream orange soda and root beer and they too were done to perfection! If you have not tried them better get there today!
Generous food. Good menu selection and comparable prices. If you are a beer drinker, they have a great selection of home brews.
What an amazingly unique restaurant to eat at with some uniquely exquisite food choices. The beer cheese queso chips and dip appetizer was great and the pulled pork burger with onion rings was absolutely delicious, and to top it off the staff was very helpful, accommodating and friendly!
The New York strip steak was awesome. Very nice atmosphere, great service, delicious beer. A must stop in Fayetteville, North Carolina.