Right across the street inside the Historic Lentz Building, Café Lentz is a Eu- ropean-style café that offers craft beer, wine, coffee, smoothies and quick eats like paninis and pastries to enjoy on the balcony or dog-friendly patio. The Bakery at Mount Pleasant is adjoined giving guests even more choices for a sweet snack. Craving barbecue or a burger? Just steps away, try Mt. Pleasant Smokehouse for delicious dishes cooked low and slow or pop into What-A-Burger #13, a community staple since 1969. Take time to take in the historic surroundings. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society & Museum holds the town’s tales from centuries ago. Browse the exhibits, then stroll through the historic district and be sure to do some shopping at nearby boutiques like Simply Pleasant. All things vintage await at Mt. Pleasant’s antiquing destinations. Scour through 100,000-square-feet of treasures at White Owl Antique Mall and score more original finds at Ruffin’s Roost. You can even rummage through acres of items at Cline’s Country Antiques where Cabarrus County’s own The Avett Brother’s filmed the music video for their song, “February Seven.” From whiskey to history and cupcakes to keepsakes, the small town of Mt. Pleasant will leave you with a col- lection of big memories! Located inside the former Mt. Pleasant Hosiery Mill, this inde- pendent restaurant serves a wide selection of steaks, burgers, seafood and the very best bourbon. Opt for an upscale meal in the Mercantile Dining Room or grab a quick bite and local beer on the Hosiery Mill Pub side. 73 & Main also features an onsite brewery and bourbon bar with one of North Carolina’s largest bourbon selections including several rare and antique options and of course, spirits from Southern Grace. For a memorable meal, have a seat at 73 & Main.

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