Huske Hardware House was built in 1903 and named for its founder Benjamin R. Huske. And as you may have guessed, it served as the premier all-inclusive hardware store of its time. For 67 years, HHH was a mainstay in downtown Fayetteville, NC. Due to the business's success, Huske Hardware House expanded to the second floor, added three more storefronts, and received a Victorian-era masonry frame.
From 1970 until 1996 the building had a variety of tenants, from furniture merchants to a jewelry store. In 1996 Dr. William Baggett renovated the east side of the building, creating the Huske Hardware House restaurant and brewery that guests in the Eastern corridor of North Carolina have grown to love.
Now veteran owned and operated, HHH offers its guests some of the best food, drink, and entertainment in the area. Enjoy British inspired pub grub in our rustic dining area or sit street-side and take in the sights and sounds of the city. Call ahead seating and reservations available or take our food on the go. If you’re looking for delivery, check out our Fay to Go Site.
Sip on award-winning craft beers brewed on-site in our 15-barrel system, by our Brewmaster, Matt. Delicious English ales are always on tap and are brewed to bring out the flavors of our food for a unique pub taste.
The history of HHH is a storied one. Why don’t you stop by for a bite to eat? Or if you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 910-437-9905.