Herman’s was a place to be seen, and over the years about every wall of the place was covered with photos of various Herman’s customers. But Christmas 2004 the place caught fire. In the wake, new owner Benny Spears brought in new equipment and built an outdoor deck. Spears wanted a lot from the place, and his final wish was that the place carry on.
Tyson, by the way, went to Kemper Military School and was in the very same class as Herman Tuck, and Tuck bought up Tyson's stock throughout his lifetime. Tyson in turn kept the place stocked with fresh beef,
Herman Tuck passed away in February 2015, leaving a legacy of a restaurant behind. Nick and Carrie Wright are still at it, working magic with smoke on North College Avenue.
Tonight it's Herman's Ribhouse in Fayetteville @Todd_Blackledge Nick & Carrie said hello & added their autographs pic.twitter.com/WYjOKf34kc— Joe Powell (@titlelawyerjoe) September 22, 2015
The burger is one of the best I've had in Fayetteville, that's true. Grav, though, is all about some ribs, which are smoky, fall-off-the-bone wonders. This should pretty much show you how he feels about them ribs.
website or call (479) 442-9671 for more information.