Business Directory

Fuquay-Varina Downtown Association
Naomi Riley - Director
108 Raleigh Street
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Fuquay-Varina Downtown is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the thriving business and residential historic districts of Fuquay-Varina, NC. We promote preservation, educate the public, support the business environment and grow community
Jebb Graff, Photographer
Jebb Graff
106 Raleigh St. Suite 4
Jebb a photographer based near Raleigh, NC that works in commercial, headshots and senior portrait photography.
Juanita Lee
706 N. Main Street

We offer custom T-shirt designs, rhinestone designs, and custom monogramming/embroidery.


Ashworth’s Clothing & Shoes
Steve Ashworth
210 S. Main Street
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From t-shirts to tuxedos and everything in-between, Ashworth's has a variety of clothing for every event and every need. We are proud to carry Peter Millar, Barbour, Robert Talbott, Gitman Bros., Southern Tide, Jack Victor, Berle, Beretta, Hart Schaffner Marx, and Allen Edmonds - among many, many other brands!

Jewell Ryals
105 S. Main Street

Bostic & Wilson, established in 1987, is located in beautiful, historic downtown Fuquay. We specialize in a wide variety of antiques and collectibles

Carolina Monogram & Company
Keri Zollo
514 E. Broad Street
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Monogrammed gifts and accessories, boutique clothing and full service custom screen printed apparel.

Coins Plus
James Jones
101 S. Main Street, Suite 201
Kristie Tart
212 S. Main Street
Donald Averette
505 Broad Street
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605 N. Main Street
David Anthony’s Gifts
Eleanor Stephenson
542 North Main Street

Specializing in gifts and home decor, highlighted by superior customer service!

Barney Fish
204 S. Main Street
Jim Neely
125 Raleigh Street
Glittery Frog Boutique
Kristen Farrington
515 Broad Street

Your one-stop shop for Clothing, Toys, Gifts, Maternity and more!

Your one-stop shop for Clothing, Toys, Gifts, Maternity and more!
535 N. Main Street
K’n B’s Marketplace
Kim Draper
120 Raleigh Street

Over 4500 square feet of antiques, consignment furniture and treasures.

Mad Hatter
Bobbie Asad
107 S. Main Street

A specialty boutique that sells hats for all occasions, loose leaf teas, specialty food items and gifts. As seen in Cary Magazine and on My Carolina Today.

About Our Hats:
Mad Hatter is a charming quaint shop located in downtown Fuquay-Varina. If you love whimsical and fun, along with hats and teas, this is a shop you will want to visit. Hats, and lots of them, are available for every budget. Two hat stands provide lots of choices, plus a small stand with fascinators. Each hat and fascinator is different, and the shop does not carry two just alike.

About Our Teas:
If you love tea, iced or hot, you will enjoy the choices available here. Along with sample size loose leaf teas priced at $2.25, Mad Hatter has their own loose leaf teas that are locally made, plus Tea Forte products in loose leaf or teabags. Beautiful teapots and teacups are among the items available.

Merle Norman
Beth Glover
208 S. Main Street
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Merle Norman Cosmetics, Spa & Boutique offers made in the USA skin care and cosmetics.  We offer special event make up that will take the stress out of your day!   We pride ourselves in offering ear piercing in a clean and friendly environment.   For those that are experiencing the side effect of chemo we can help you with a wonderful selection of beautiful wigs.   Our boutique offers purses, jewelry and trendy clothing for women with a great selection of plus sizes.

Additional Services By Appointment:
Manicures & Pedicures
Full facials

103 N. Main Street
546 N. Main Street
Pass It On Resale Shop
Franky Morrison - Manager
309 South Main Street


Pass It On is an upscale thrift store that sells new and used women's and children's clothing and accessories. It's located in the heart of downtown Fuquay-Varina.

117 W. Academy Street
Samantha’s Jewelry and Repair
Samantha Babcock
516 E. Broad Street

Here at Samantha's we strive to make your jewelry visions become reality in a very comfortable setting.



Shoppes on Main
Scott and Kristie Tart
212 S. Main Street

Over 30 unique shops featuring clothing, home decor, furniture, gifts and handcrafted art

111 N. Main Street
SUR Furniture
Lucille Perretta
501 Broad Street

SUR Furniture is a local furniture gallery specializing in salvaged, upcycled, and reclaimed pieces and accessories. Vintage finds, antiques, and specialty pieces are showcased alongside work from local artisans and the selection is ever changing. Refinishing products and services are offered to help with creative transformations. Consignment, estate sale and clean-out services available.

The Vine Health Shoppe
506 E. Broad Street

Our mission is to educate and empower people to attain their ultimate health goals by providing the purest health and nutritional products.

507 Broad Street
Something You, Inc.
Carol and Erik Edwards
511 Broad Street
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We welcome our customers to shop, browse, and have fun creating that perfect gift for their loved ones. Colors to match any occasion or taste are available due to our 150+ thread colors and ribbon colors to match. Yes, we stock them all, including the massive inventory of blank products we embroider. Most products are in stock - ready to embroider and quickly ship for that special occasion, holiday or birthday.

401 Tattoo & Art
Jimmy Bissette
706 N Main Street

Award winning fully licensed tattoo shop, located just south of Raleigh NC. This private studio strives on custom art vs. endless walls of flash. While walk in basis clients are welcome, it mainly operates by appointment only. Feel free to contact an artist for a consultation on your new original art, or cover up.

Adcock Law Firm, P.A.
John Adcock
202 E. Academy Street

John B. Adcock is a native of Southern Wake county with a diverse background serving the residents and businesses of Fuquay-Varina and Holly Springs .  Our practice areas include civil litigation, estate planning, personal injury, commercial/residential real estate, land use and zoning issues.

Bill Akins
213 Fayetteville Street, 2A
307 S. Main Street
104 W Vance Street

Andy's Tents & Events team knows the area, leading venues and party professionals to help make your wedding reception, community activity, party or occasion extra memorable.

126 S Fuquay Avenue #A

American Comfort Solutions is a family owned company that specializes in the service, maintenance, and installation of high quality heating and air conditioning systems as well as providing effective indoor air quality solutions.

Amico Brand Design
Ann Marie Amico
133 Spring Avenue

We provide branding and marketing design for communities, non-profits and professional services firms.
We collaborate with our clients throughout the process as the ideas we collect are translated into clear, authentic brands. We provide a detailed map to enable our clients to continue to build their brands.

113 Depot Street
209 Fayetteville Street
Bob Barker Company, Inc.
Bob and Pat Barker, Robert Barker Jr. , Nancy Barker Johns
134 N. Main Street

The Bob Barker Company, founded in 1972 by Robert “Bob” Barker, Sr., is the nation’s leading detention supplier and the worldwide leader delivering innovative supplies and services to correctional agencies and select businesses.

141 N Main Street
210 N. Main Street
514 N. Main Street
Coldwell Banker Howard Perry & Walston/AmyRogers
Amy Rogers
528 N. Main Street

Residential Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Land Aquisitions, Bank Foreclosures, Short Sales, Land Development, and Custom Builder Representation.

Coldwell Banker Howard Perry & Walston/Watkins Realty, Inc
Richard and Becky Watkins
528 N. Main Street

Residential Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, Land Aquisitions, Bank Foreclosures, Short Sales, Land Development, and Custom Builder Representation.

Colonial Barber & Style Shop
Kenneth Jeffries
205 S. Main Street
Jerry Currin
Curry Engineering Group, PLLC
Don Curry
205 S. Fuquay Avenue
(919) 552-0849
127 Raleigh Street
Big Chat Salon and Spa
Nicole Haddock
508 Broad Street

Big Chat Salon and Spa is a full service salon and spa. We look forward to providing you with professional hair, nail and skin (facial) services and care.

Monte Bullock and Arnie Bullock
402 Wake Chapel Road
Duke & Duke, CPA’s, PA
Dennis and Dean Duke
225 South Main Street

We've been providing individuals, businesses and non profits with accounting and tax services since 1985. We provide a prompt, quality service and are passionate and conscientious about what we do. Our firm is one of the leading firms in the Triangle area. By combining our expertise, experience and the energy of our staff, each client receives close personal and professional attention.

Edward Jones – John T. Braxton
John Braxton
108 E. Vance Street

As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe it’s important to invest my time to understand what you’re working toward before you invest your money. It's also important to understand the level of risk you're comfortable accepting when investing so we can balance it with the steps necessary to reach your long-term goals.


Robin Wellings Loftus
502 Broad Street

As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe it’s important to invest my time to understand what you’re working toward before you invest your money. It's also important to understand the level of risk you're comfortable accepting when investing so we can balance it with the steps necessary to reach your long-term goals.

Use “Open Enrollment” to Help Improve Your Financial Outlook
It’s Open Enrollment Season, so if you work for a medium- or large-sized company, you will need to make some choices regarding your employee benefits — and these choices can have a big impact on your financial situation.
Depending on your employer, your benefits package may include various types of insurance, plus access to a 401(k) or similar retirement plan. Here are some suggestions for getting the most out of these benefits:

Health insurance – Companies regularly change plans and providers, so the coverage and premiums you had last year may not be the same this year. In any case, look at all aspects of your coverage options – premiums, deductibles, co-pays and total out-of-pocket limits. A lower premium may seem attractive, but you could end up paying even more if the coverage is not as good. So, choose wisely.
Life insurance – You may want to take whatever life insurance your employer offers, but it still might not be enough. To determine how much life insurance you need, consider a variety of factors – your age, income, family size, spouse’s income, and so on. If your employer’s coverage is insufficient, you may want to supplement it with a separate policy.
Disability insurance – This could be a valuable employee benefit – but, as is the case with life insurance, your employer’s disability coverage may not be enough for your needs, especially if you’d like to protect yourself against an illness or injury that could sideline you from work for a long time. Consequently, you might want to consider purchasing your own disability policy.

Apart from reviewing your insurance options, you may want to examine your 401(k) or similar retirement plan. Of course, your employer may allow you to change your 401(k) throughout the year, but you’ve got a particularly good opportunity to do so during open enrollment, when you’re already looking at all your employee benefits. So look at your contribution level. Are you putting in as much as you can afford? Your 401(k)’s earnings can grow tax deferred, and you typically contribute pretax dollars, so the more you put in, the lower your taxable income for the year. (Taxes are due upon withdrawal, and withdrawals made before age 59½ may be subject to a 10% IRS penalty.)

At a minimum, invest enough to earn your employer’s matching contribution, if one is offered. And increase your own contributions whenever you get a raise.
As far as your investment choices, you’ll want to spread your dollars among the different investments within your 401(k) in a way that reflects your risk tolerance and time horizon. During the early stages of your career, when you have many years to go until you retire, you can probably afford to invest more heavily in growth-oriented accounts. These will fluctuate more in value, but you have time to potentially overcome the downturns. When you’re nearing retirement, you may want to shift some of your assets into more conservative vehicles – but even at this point, you still need some growth opportunities. After all, you may spend two or three decades in retirement, so you’ll need to draw on as many resources as possible.
Open enrollment isn’t just a time to fill out a bunch of papers. It’s also a chance to reconsider – and maybe even upgrade – many areas of your financial outlook.

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.



129 Raleigh Street
Face First Skin Care
Michelle Fournier
106 Raleigh Street, Suite 3

"Image is everything....put your FACE FIRST!!!"

Family Optical
Heather Allen
121 Raleigh Street

At Family Optical we focus on filling your eyeglass and contact lens prescription with precision.  We offer a large variety of eyeglass frames and lens options to fit your needs from home to office to sporting activities.  If you need contact lenses, we can order them and have them delivered here to pick up or we can send them to your home or office.  We love to accessorize, so we also offer jewelry, eyeglass chains, cases and more. 

Fidelity Bank
Mary Woodard Willis - President
100 S. Main Street

Nothing is more important to us than the long-term success and financial well-being of our customers. Small and mid-sized business owners turn to Fidelity Bank because our bankers take the time to find out what is important to them, becoming their partners in success. Families choose to bank with us because we treat them with respect and because we offer all the products and services they need in a friendly and professional environment.

Flowers on Broad Street
Donna Pittman
517 Broad Street
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Drawing on the adage that flowers should look gracefully "just picked," organic and farm fresh is our favorite look. Blooms are gathered from around the world ~ California, Holland, South America; most importantly from our local growers in Fuquay-Varina, Clayton, and Cary. Flowers are designed in a garden style which sometimes embraces nature's beautiful imperfections.

Fuquay Glass
Jim Bullock
109 Raleigh Street
Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn – National Historic Register
John and Patty Byrne
333 S. Main Street

This Colonial Revival Landmark Inn is one of the historic inns of North Carolina, listed on the National Register Historic District, and is located directly across the street from the Historic Fuquay Mineral Spring Park, in Fuquay Springs. This North Carolina Bed and Breakfast boasts lavish accommodations and breathtaking gardens.

Innkeepers and Owners John (Currently the Mayor of Fuquay-Varina) and Patty Byrne (English Teacher at Fuquay-Varina High School) welcome you to the Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn and Garden after two years of detailed restoration. The Inn now offers five (5) luxurious bed and breakfast accommodations.

The inn is also conveniently located to Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Fayetteville and Chapel Hill. Also nearby are the following North Carolina Attractions: Exploris, Alltel Pavilion, Raven Rock State Park, the Carolina Hurricanes, as well as many more.

Fred McCloud
108 East Academy Street
209 S. Fuquay Avenue
131 S. Main Street
Kathy Barnes
209 S. Fuquay Avenue, Suite 117
113 E. Vance Street
221 S. Main Street
400 Wake Chapel Road



NC Transmission – Your Complete Car Care
Daniel Fenti
610 N. Main Street

When it comes to car repairs, you need to know that your vehicle is in hands you can trust. NC Transmission has been serving Fuquay-Varina and surrounding communities since 2003 and has the experienced technician team to take the best care of YOUR car, truck or fleet.


Rainbow Home Interiors
Gail Taylor
202 N. Main Street

Often people first visit Rainbow Home Interiors because of our wide selection. Truly, there are few places that can provide you with as many flooring and interior design options as we can. But, our customers come back time and again because of our commitment to their total satisfaction. From the time you first step into our Fuquay-Varina Showroom until your project is finished our goal is your complete satisfaction.

113 N. Main Street




Senter, Stephenson & Johnson P.A.
Linda Johnson
114 Raleigh Street

Senter, Stephenson, Johnson, PA provides experienced legal services in the following areas: Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Guardianship, Real Estate, Small Business and Pre-Marital Agreements.

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TR Ashworth
Joe Ashworth
120 S. Main Street




Williams and Company
Susan Williams
110 Depot Street

Quality Interior Design Services for 24 Years
If your idea of redecorating is to simply put brand new towels in the bathroom, you’re probably in need of a total remodel. Our expert designers can take your kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room or bedroom and transform them into the space you’ve always wanted. They’ll listen to your input and find a look that works for you and your lifestyle. Whether you want your whole house redone or just a room, we can help. So if you’re ready to give your home or office a refresh, give us a call.

201 E. Academy Street



Anna’s Pizzeria
Yury Rojas
138 S. Main Street

Anna's Pizzeria is a busy, family-friendly restaurant serving up authentic New York style pizzas and Italian dishes. Our full-service menu offers a wide range of choices sure to please everyone. Whether you are in the mood for a brick oven pizza, classic Italian dish like Chicken Parmigiana or one of our specialty pastas like Penne ala Anna's, you can always count on a delicious meal that's made-to-order using only the freshest ingredients.

Aviator SmokeHouse
Mark and Liana Doble
525 East Broad Street

Aviator SmokeHouse features smoked wings that are deep fried to order, homemade onion rings, smoked pork pulled and chopped Eastern NC style! We have St. Louis style smoked ribs that can be served dry-rubbed or with any of our house made sauces. All of our food is made in house. We strive to source all of our vegetables locally. All of our pork comes from North Carolina. We strive to be farm to table.

Aviator TapHouse
Mark Doble
600 Broad Street

The Aviator TapHouse, located in the old Varina train depot, features our locally brewed craft beers. The history of the building can be traced back to 1903.  The building used to be located right on the tracks behind the building.  It has moved from its original location but not too far away.  The lower left side of the building used to be the telegraph office for the town.

Today the historic Varina train depot houses an African mahogany bar that spans 38feet.  This is a true beer drinkers heaven with lots of wood and hearty plank floors.  You owe it to your self to spend some time consuming a fresh brewed beer and bathe in the history of Varina at Aviator Tap House.

112 W. Vance Street
Cooley’s Restaurant and Pub
Dave and Paula Pittman
711 N. Main Street

At Cooleys we cook with the finest all natural ingredients, use only the best imported Italian pastas, olive oil and aged cheeses. Our meats, seafood and produce are the freshest on the market. We have a fully stocked bar and many wonderful wines to compliment your meal, so be sure to look through our liquor menu.

Gina Pettaris
512 Broad Street
112 E. Vance Street
Grower’s Market of Fuquay-Varina – Seasonal
Chelsea Konowski - Manager
121 N. Main Street



J & S New York Pizza
Lori Cammarata
500 Broad Street

Chow down on delicious New York pizza from your local, family-owned-and-operated Italian restaurant in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. Since 1995, J&S New York Pizza has been dishing out delicious, homemade Italian food, New York-style pizzas, hot and cold subs, and traditional and boneless chicken wings. Our restaurant also features a fine selection of beer and wine to lift your spirits.

601 N. Main Street



129 S. Main Street
Nil’s Bakery and Cafe
Mustafa and Sibel Hizargolu
513 Broad Street

The perfect setting for breakfast or lunch! Serving a variety of salads, soups, sandwiches, bakery fresh breads and delightful sweet treats.


Stick Boy Bread Company
Josh and Katie Dies
127 S. Main Street

Delightful homemade bread and baked treats and coffee.


Sweet Creations Frozen Yogurt
Cindy MacDonald
400 Broad Street

Fuquay-Varina's first frozen yogurt bar featuring 10 rotating yogurt flavors from over 100 premium YoCream options.


The BrickHouse Bar and Grill
Bill Barbour - Manager
213 Fayetteville Street

Your location in Fuquay-Varina for FUN, DRINKS, KARAOKE, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, and ALL of the SPORTS you want to see!!


First United Methodist Church
Anne Ahl
402 N. Main Street
Sam Brown - Pastor
119 E. Vance Street



131 South Fuquay Avenue
Tony Mauldin - Captain
301 S. Fuquay Avenue
Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce
Linda Frenette - Director
121 North Main Street

The Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce invites you to find out about our fast-growing, business friendly community that preserves its safe, relaxed, small town appeal. Grow with us at


Fuquay-Varina Emergency Food Pantry
Mary Frances Goddard
216West Academy Street

Families handicapped by hunger are more likely to fail in their pursuit of life’s dreams. The Fuquay Varina Emergency Food Pantry is a faith-based organization whose mission is to remove that handicap for as many families as possible within this area and has served since 2001.


Police Station – Town of Fuquay-Varina
Laura Fahnestock - Chief
114 N. Main Street




133 S. Fuquay Avenue
Fuquay-Varina Museums
Town of Fuquay-Varina
131 South Fuquay Avenue

The museums are located one block off Main Street at 131+South+Fuquay+Avenue, Fuquay-Varina and are easily accessed with handicap facilities. When visiting the museums, please start at the Centennial Museum so that a docent can guide you on your tour. The post office and school are not typically staffed but a docent from the Centennial Museum will gladly provide access to the buildings and answer any questions you may have.

Lunch can be arranged at several places in Fuquay-Varina. Contact the volunteer director for suggestions and arrangements which are complimentary to your tour group or suited to your needs. Senior tours  work best with a visit to the museums, followed by lunch, and a step-on tour with a docent on your mini bus or van during the afternoon. Visitors may also explore the two historic districts of Varina and Fuquay and visit the delightfully landscaped Fuquay Mineral Spring. Park

Free admission  
Parking available  
A good picnic site 
Quaint Shops
Good food

Ben Wiley Hotel – National Registry
John and Patty Byrne
331 South Main Street

This building was constructed in 1925 by Dr. Wiley Cozart, a former mayor and community leader. This Craftsman style building is positioned on a knoll that overlooked the Fuquay Mineral Spring.  It now offers apartments for those who want to live in downtown Fuquay-Varina.


Town of Fuquay-Varina
105 W Spring Sheet

Fuquay Mineral Spring was discovered in the Spring of 1858 by Davey Crocket Fuquay and Stephen Fuquay while plowing on their father's farm. The Mineral Spring was believed to have healing powers and visitors came from far and wide to partake of the mineral waters. Today, the mineral spring is commemorated within the Fuquay Mineral Spring Park. Located near downtown Fuquay, Fuquay Mineral Spring Park offers an easily accessible open space with a restored Springhouse, memorial brick path, picnic tables, footbridge, administrative offices, and finely manicured landscaping.

Picnic tables
Brick walking path
Restored spring house

Rick Mullen
701 N. Main Street

We are a fine art Art Gallery with over 4,000 sq. ft. of display area. Normally we exhibit over 50 very fine original paintings and over 80 giclee canvas limited editions.

Glenda Peele
101 North Main Street
Joyful Sounds Academy of Music
Diana Thomas
117 E. Vance Street

Joyful Sounds Academy of Music & Art is located in historic downtown Fuquay-Varina providing music & art instruction since 1989, because you’re never too old or too young to learn!

We teach Adults, Children & Homeschoolers!

Shirley Hunsberger
216 S. Main Street
Arlene DeCotis
134 S. Main Street
One Heart Yoga
Mira Casile
519 Broad Street

One Heart Yoga is a creative movement space that works to inspire, nurture and expand the whole person.

Original Strength Institute
Tim Anderson and Dani Almeyda
101 S. Main Street, Suite 221

The Original Strength Training System is the foundation for all other training systems. Through Original Strength, you can remember and regain the strength, mobility, and stability you once had as a child. In other words, you will lay a solid foundation from which you can build a solid structure which can perform and move graciously.


Vision Martial Arts
Master Michael Wegmann
408 Broad Street



Xtreme Challenge All Star Cheer, Dance and Tumble
Kristan Loflin
101 S. Main Street, Suite 220
Cheerleading program for children ages 3-12
Breathing Space
Multiple Instructors
114 Depot Street


We offer a variety of yoga classes and workshops, tai chi classes, and massage.  All our yoga teachers are trained to help you bring yoga to YOUR body - whether a you're a beginner or an experienced practitioner.  We invite other practitioners to share our space.

We're a collective of yoga teachers and wellness practitioners offering something for every body.
Aviator BeerShop
Mark Doble
601 E. Broad Street

Local bottle shop that sells Aviator Beer and beers from around the world.  We have a very large selection of beers and wines.  Join us at our bar in the store where you can sample craft beer, wine, scotch, bourbon, vodka. We offer our full menu from the Aviator SmokeHouse.

Fainting Goat Brewing Company
MaryAnn Durborrow and Tim Reichert
330 South Main Street
(919) 346-7915
First Bank
Mark Eason - Manager
135 North Main Street

At First Bank, local bankers work with you to provide the right combination of banking solutions to help you save time, spend less, and improve your financial well-being. We’re small enough to know you like a neighbor, but large enough to provide everything you need to manage your finances. Come see why individuals, families, and businesses have trusted us for generations.

131 S. Main Street

Annie was born in Togo, a small and beautiful country in West Africa, with 20+ years experience in the braiding industry.

Carolina Family Foot Care
122 N. Main Street
Cotten Law Firm
Jeremy Cotten
102 W. Academy Street
Emerg+NC Property Rescuers
Kevin Oakley
405 Broad Street, Suite 151
(919) 363-7462
Fuquay-Varina Arts Center – TBD
Town of Fuquay-Varina
123 East Vance Street
Fuquay-Varina Administrative Offices
Adam Mitchell - Town Manager
405 Spring Avenue
Front Porch Realty
Laura Mccorry
604 N. Main Street

We are a LOCAL residential real estate company with a TEAM of full-time local brokers who pride themselves on exceptional service with any real estate need you may have.  With offices in Fuquay-Varina and Holly Springs; we are centrally located to serve the entire Triangle. Whether relocating, investing, upsizing or downsizing; we pride ourselves on treating our clients like family with top-notch professionalism and expertise.

Everyday is an Open House at Front Porch Realty!  We would be happy to show you any house FOR SALE in the Triangle!

The Crumpler
Ann Marie Amico
133 Spring Ave
(919) 642-3743

The Crumpler is an office building in the historic Downtown Fuquay District. Built in 1954, we kept it's mid-century aesthetic as we renovated. We currently have two offices for rent. Our conference room is also available to rent for meetings. Tenants have use of the conference room for up to 8 hours each week. We have 24/7 access, business class internet and a security system. Amenities include a lobby, lounge and kitchenette in addition to the conference room. Easy walking distance to coffee, restaurants, hair care, shopping, car care, a gym, professional services, a brewery and beer/wine/coffee house. One off-street parking space per office. Please contact us if you'd like to see our space.

Hook and Cleaver Market on Broad
Joe and Rachel Fasy, Mike Gonsalves, Becky Ennis, Leo Cuthbertson, and The Cameron Familty
409 Broad Street



The Abshure Realty Group
Krista Abshure
504 Broad Street

The Abshure Realty Group dedicates our time and lives to helping our clients. Serving you is our passion and we take pride in you trusting us to guide you through purchasing a new home or selling your current home!

The Real Estate Market in the Triangle is one of the best housing markets in the country and you will want the most professional, experienced, trained and knowledgeable agents on your side helping you. The Abshure Realty Group has agents from many real estate backgrounds such as previous military, national relocation and "locals." We all
promise to exceed your expectations!


Foundations Family Therapy
Jamie Criswell, MS, LMFT
206 Raleigh Street - Suite A

At Foundations Family Therapy, PLLC, we understand that sometimes life’s obstacles become overwhelming. We offer a variety of therapy services to meet your needs in a confidential environment of warmth and acceptance. Our focus is individualized treatment and we work with you to develop the plan that will help you achieve your goals in the time frame that you would like. We value the therapeutic relationship and recognize the importance of a good fit between client and therapist. We welcome questions and feedback, and believe in ongoing communication about your treatment and satisfaction.

Chocolate Fix
Chocolate Fix
135 S. Main
Our aim at Chocolate Fix is to make life sweeter by offering our customers comfort, delight, and new family traditions one delicious piece of chocolate at a time! We have 60+ different delicious milk, dark, and white heritage chocolates in our showcases. Real chocolate like your grandma used to give you! Pick from the case or choose from many preboxed gift options. Chocolate makes the perfect gift! Make sure to also fill a bag with our general store candies as well. We have lots of baskets of those to choose from. We want you to leave our store happy!
The Mill
146 South Main Street
The Mill is located in the historic district of Fuquay-Varina. We feature North Carolina craft beer, premium wines, fair-trade and organic coffee seven days a week. We are a unique space that will make us a destination, a gathering place, and a cornerstone in Fuquay-Varina. Be Social, Drink Local.
The Mason Jar
Jonathan Pierce
305 S. Main Street
Rock Harbor Grill
David Vance
132 S. Fuquay Avenue
We are primarily a seafood restaurant but also feature a CAB Filet, Ribeye, and Shortribs, Duck, Chicken, Vegetarian Dishes. We play classic Rock and Roll music and just love meeting new people. Our staff is energetic and eager to please.
Legacy Partners Realty, LLC
Katyna Bunn
111 S Main St, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
(919) 552-8664
Our team specializes in residential sales and has over 40 years of combined experience. In addition, over 95% of our business comes from referrals. This is because we know that most people prefer custom over “cookie-cutter” when building both homes and relationships. We understand that every person and economic situation is different. Our boutique size and lack of corporate pressure, allows us the ability to be more accessible and flexible in our approach to treating our clients. Communication and integrity is key, despite the dollar value of your transaction. Our purpose is to serve.

Submit a Downtown Business Listing

The "Downtown Directory" is open to any business located in the DC1 or DC2 areas in the town of Fuquay-Varina. This includes BOTH downtowns and the area in between the two historic downtown. Once your form is submitted it will be reviewed and if within these boundaries will be added to the directory. Businesses that are at Friend of Downtown are given LOGO recognition on their listing. If you would like to become a friend of downtown please email Chelsea Konowski, the Events and Marketing Director -
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