Varina District

Varina District

Bill Akins
213 Fayetteville Street, 2A
919-577-9900
209 Fayetteville Street
919-552-5703
Donald Averette
505 Broad Street
919-552-5980
Gina Pettaris
512 Broad Street
919-557-4300
Emerg+NC Property Rescuers
Kevin Oakley
405 Broad Street, Suite 151
(919) 363-7462
Samantha’s Jewelry and Repair
Samantha Babcock
Yes
516 E. Broad Street
919-567-8990

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

 

 

SUR Furniture
Lucille Perretta
Yes
501 Broad Street
919-818-9634
http://www.surfurniture.net/

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.

Sweet Creations Frozen Yogurt
Cindy MacDonald
400 Broad Street
919-346-1268
http://www.sweetcreationsyogurt.com

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

 

The Vine Health Shoppe
Yes
506 E. Broad Street
http://vinehealth.com/

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
919-577-9007
Vision Martial Arts
Master Michael Wegmann
Yes
408 Broad Street
919-567-3282
http://www.vmanc.com/

 

 

The Abshure Realty Group
Krista Abshure
Yes
504 Broad Street
919-762-0245
http://www.theabshurerealtygroup.com/

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!

 

J & S New York Pizza
Lori Cammarata
Yes
500 Broad Street
919-557-6921
http://www.jandsnypizza.com/

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.

Something You, Inc.
Carol and Erik Edwards
Yes
511 Broad Street
919-557-9984
http://www.somethingyou.com/
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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.

Flowers on Broad Street
Donna Pittman
Yes
517 Broad Street
919-557-3410
http://www.flowersonbroadstreet.com/
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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.

Glittery Frog Boutique
Kristen Farrington
Yes
515 Broad Street
919-762-7118
http://glitteryfrog.com/

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

Your one-stop shop for Clothing, Toys, Gifts, Maternity and more!
Aviator BeerShop
Mark Doble
Yes
601 E. Broad Street
919-552-1797
http://www.aviatorbrew.com/beershop

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.

Aviator SmokeHouse
Mark and Liana Doble
Yes
525 East Broad Street
919-552-8826
http://www.aviatorbrew.com/smokehouse

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
Yes
600 Broad Street
919-552-8826
http://www.aviatorbrew.com/tap-room

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.

Hook and Cleaver Market on Broad
Joe and Rachel Fasy, Mike Gonsalves, Becky Ennis, Leo Cuthbertson, and The Cameron Familty
Yes
409 Broad Street
919-577-3900
http://hookandcleavermarket.com

 

 

Carolina Monogram & Company
Keri Zollo
Yes
514 E. Broad Street
919-285-3091
http://custominkandthreadnc.com/
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Monogrammed gifts and accessories, boutique clothing and full service custom screen printed apparel.

Nil’s Bakery and Cafe
Mustafa and Sibel Hizargolu
Yes
513 Broad Street
919-567-0887

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

 

Big Chat Salon and Spa
Nicole Haddock
Yes
508 Broad Street
919-285-4734

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.

The BrickHouse Bar and Grill
Bill Barbour – Manager
Yes
213 Fayetteville Street
919-552-0081
http://www.thebrickbarandgrill.com/

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

 

Robin Wellings Loftus
Yes
502 Broad Street
919-552-8077

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.

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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.

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Draft Line Brewing
Scott Palmieri and Scott Wood
Yes
341 Broad Street, Suite 151
(919) 557-7121
http://draftlinebrewing.com/

The atmosphere at Draft Line is laid back and casual. There’s a large garage-style door that allows easy flow from the outdoor patio to the bar area. They feature a wide variety of weekly entertainment, such as live music, food trucks, run club, pig pickins’ and brewery tours, along with many special events regularly. In addition, cornhole and Ping Pong can be played inside the brewery.