Coffee. Cats. Smiles.

Introducing Moore County’s FIRST cat cafe – located in historic downtown Carthage, NC!

Offering the best aspects of a coffee shop – locally roasted coffee and baked goods, free Wi-Fi, and a relaxing lounge – just add CATS! Watch our adoptable cats from the cafe or join them for play and cuddles in the cat playroom.

Distinctive & Bold

Red’s Corner is a beer garden and food truck park with a two-acre outdoor green space neatly organized to provide utilities and amenities enabling up to 6 food trucks to remain on a permanent, semi-permanent, or daily basis. The taproom, an inviting Carolina cottage situated at the entrance of the property, features a classic “southern porch” where people can sit in the shade under fans and sip cold beer, wine, and other popular drinks as they relax awaiting their food.

Red’s Corner is open to local vendors as a “farmers market” for their produce or crafts, and for fun seasonal events like a pumpkin patch in the fall for kids, Christmas trees and hot chocolate in the winter, and live music or outdoor movies in the spring and summer. Finally, Red’s is the perfect location for family reunions, work gatherings, wedding parties, or other occasions.  

Just off Interstate HWY 1, on the southeast corner of SW Broad Street and Morganton Ave, Red’s Corner is adjacent to Southern Pines’ downtown business district and is at the geographic epicenter of the explosion in housing and business expansion projects currently underway in the Southern Pines/Aberdeen/Pinehurst communities.  

Twelve beer taps will serve a variety of beers and a fun non-alcoholic root beer for kids. The beer selection will be a mix of national best sellers to satisfy everyone’s taste, while a variety of regional favorites will offer a chance for folks to enjoy great microbrews.  Red and White wine, seltzers and Kombucha will also be sold for those who want to enjoy something different with their meal or after morning yoga on the lawn.

Utility services (power, fresh water, sanitary sewer, propane refills, garbage/refuse management) for up to 6 food trucks to “hook up” and operate/remain indefinitely. Commissary kitchens: one kitchen is adjacent to the property and others are located within 1 mile. Limited dry storage available.

Southern style porches and arbors with fans and heaters for comfortable seating. Fire pit and water feature (in the future). Farmers market where local vendors will be able to set up a cart out on the lawn and sell their produce or crafts each day. Lawn sculptures/jungle gym for children to enjoy. Dog friendly so our best friends can join us

For the love of baking…we are a small-batch bake shop offering a variety of breads, cakes, pies, and more!

Cute coffee shop located in the heart of downtown Robbins, North Carolina Also a UPS Access Point. Compliment your coffee with honey, jam or more!

Simply Coffee

Small local Coffee shop located in Robbins

Great food, fresh coffee, handmade baked goods, and a place for you. Located in the heart of the historic Village of Pinehurst.


Monday – Closed

Tuesday through Friday – 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

Saturday and Sunday – 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Seattle-based coffeehouse chain known for its signature roasts, light bites and WiFi availability. Drive-Thru available. Standalone store located in PineCroft Shopping Center.

Amor Ciego Coffee Co. is now open and offering everything everything from regular drip coffee and espresso to teas, speciality drinks and baked goods. 

Open Sunday-Thursday 6 am – 4 pm

Please come see us and stay awhile. We have fantastic coffee, breakfast and lunch sandwiches!

Open Monday-Friday 6 am-7 pm
Open Saturday-Sunday 8 am-2 pm

Located in downtown Aberdeen, High Octane owner’s Kelly McAndrew, Tracey Harrison and Nicola Squires have transformed a 1930s-era gasoline station into a new kind of neighborhood gathering place. The garage door is rolled up, and music from the 1930s and 1940s drifts out. Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Perry Como are regulars on the playlist at High Octane, the new retro-themed coffee shop in downtown Aberdeen. “The trains go right by, and we love seeing them. It is part of what makes this Aberdeen,” said Harrison.