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.
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.
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.
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.