Huske Hardware House Restaurant and Brewery

405 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301

The Huske Hardware House Restaurant and Brewery has been an icon for over two decades, but the building itself has an even richer 115-year-old history. It is part of the National Register of Historic Places. The original building was built in 1903 by Benjamin R. Huske. It was an all-inclusive department store, the proverbial home depot or Lowe's of it era. The HHH Brand was established in 1904 and the Hardware store stayed in operation for 67 years. The original Victorian-era masonry frame was added to over the years to accommodate the booming business. It expanded upward an additional story and to the west to add three more store fronts. Between 1970 and 1996, the building took on a variety of tenants, from furniture merchants to jewelry stores. However, in 1996 Dr. William Baggett renovated the east side to create the restaurant and Brewery of today. (We have continued the restoration into its current condition.)