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Head to Cumberland County to Drink Up

Need a reason to hit the road this summer? Make it a trip to down I-95 to Cumberland County and drink up at these 10 Fayetteville and Hope Mills spots.

An orange drink with lemons and a strawberry and piece of rhubarb lemonade

Try this drink on your Cumberland day trip.

Photo by Winterbloom Tea

A colorful assortment of drinks.

Try a colorful mimosa flight at this brunchy spot.

Photo by The Friends Table

Cumberland County is only about an hour away from the City of Oaks, and with Drink Up month in full swing, it might be worth a day trip to try these distinct bev spots. Hit the road and visit 10 of our favorites in Cumberland County with coffee, wine, cocktails, brews, and non-alcoholic options.

The Coffee Scene | 3818 Morganton Rd., Fayetteville | This gorgeous cafe has all sorts of coffee options as well as gelato, pastries, and quick bites.

Cumberland Coffee Roasters | 3109 N. Main St., Ste. 107, Hope Mills | Buy locally roasted coffee by the pound — or grab a latte and stay a while at this cozy coffee store.

Two beers cheers.

Cheers to good friends and good beer.

Photo by Dirtbag Ales

Dirtbag Ales | 5435 Corporation Dr., Hope Mills | Try homegrown brews like a blood orange Kölsch and cold brew mocha porter, or one of the many beers on tap, like the DistiNCtly Fayetteville.

Dirty Whiskey Craft Cocktail Bar | 5431 Corporation Dr., Hope Mills | Sip on in-house infusions and local spirits at this veteran- and woman-owned bar.

A colorful assortment of drinks.

Try a colorful mimosa flight at this brunchy spot.

Photo by The Friend’s Table

The Friends Table | 253 Westwood Shopping Center, Fayetteville | Along with your fanciful brunch, try a flight of coffee or mimosas, brunch shots, or cocktails like the Queen Mother or Elevated Mojito.

Huske Hardware House Restaurant and Brewery | 405 Hay St., Fayetteville | Visit Fayetteville’s oldest brewery and get barbecue, a burger, or sandwich to pair with your craft beer.

Mash House Brewing Company | 4150 Sycamore Dairy Rd., Fayetteville | Mash House cooks up gourmet fusion dishes made with local ingredients — try a flight of all nine of their beers.

A neon sign that reads "Sip Sip Hooray!" surrounded by foliage.

Picture this: Sipping the day away in Cumberland County.

Photo by The Sip Room

The Sip Room | 106 Hay St., Fayetteville | Relax in this chill downtown wine bar + order charcuterie and dips to pair with your vino.

Vagabond Cafe | 108 Hay St., Ste. 1B, Fayetteville | Try specialty coffee offerings like a Cascara espresso tonic, a fluffy Coffee in the Clouds, or Cafe de Olla — a Mexican coffee preparation.

Winterbloom Tea | 238 Hay St., Fayetteville | Experiment with a tea cocktail, like the Eden made with rosehips and lemongrass tea, orange, lemon, ginger, and cucumber mint vodka.

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