When people start volunteering to work in their favorite local restaurant just to keep it open, you know there’s something special about the food and the community.
- The love: Herman’s Ribhouse in Fayetteville has been experiencing labor shortages, which has resulted in the doors being closed on what are usually its busiest days. As result, regulars have been waiting and busing tables for free to keep the rib house open.
- The journey: The restaurant is on the land a farmer purchased in 1929 to build a home and raise livestock. The Herman's that we know today opened in 1964 and it still has the same classic BBQ that is so good, it will have you working for free.
Learn more about Herman’s HERE.