You won't find John Bennett's restaurant on any map.
But the line to get his food stretches down Foster Street.
Bennett said, “I'm hoping that if I get my finances right by doing this, than I can open a business.”
So Bennett brought his hope, hamburgers and Philly cheese steaks to Foster Fest, a festival bringing music, people and good food together in downtown Dothan.
Other entrepreneurs were thinking the same thing.
Local business Owner Mary Opiary said, “We’re out selling our wear. I sell some nit wear and my husband does photography.”
Selling will help their pocket books and the city of Dothan's too.
President of the downtown group Susan Wilkins said, “It’s two fold because it brings sales revenue to the city and the county. It’s just a great place for them to be.”
But for Bennett, it's about a lot more than the bottom line.
Bennett said, “As long as I can make people happy with my food, I’m satisfied.
Satisfied, but still cooking up a dream.