Local Business Update

Local Business Update, Main Street in Davidson, NC picturedThank you to all the residents who have supported Davidson restaurants and retailers in the last two months! Please continue to do so as North Carolina transitions further into its phased re-opening, beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 22, 2020.

Many Davidson businesses continue to offer specials, curbside pick-up, or local delivery. Please consider calling in to place orders and then picking them up in one of the conveniently marked parking spaces, or, of course, ask about delivery options! 

Residents can also participate in the town’s ongoing #GnomeTownHero project! Download a PDF of our friendly gnome, color him in, and write a supportive message to one of our local businesses! Learn more about the effort here.

After Phase 2 begins on May 22 at 5:00 p.m., some restaurants will be opening outdoor dining or limited indoor seating. It is always a good idea to call a business to confirm how it is specifically operating.

The following restaurants are open:

Ben & Jerry’s
Brickhouse Tavern
Clean Juice
Davidson Ice House
Davidson Pizza Company
Davidson Wine Co.
Famous Toastery
Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse
Good Drip Coffee
Hop & Vine
Il Bosco
Lake Norman Cottage
Mandolino’s Pizza
North Harbor ClubNY Bagel
Summit Coffee
The Egg
 The Pickled Peach
The Soda Shop

Summit Coffee also operates an auxiliary location at 316 S. Main Street which is open Tuesday through Sunday during normal Summit hours.

Other businesses open for curbside pick-up only:

AR Workshop
Flying Fish Seafood
Main Street Books

Businesses open with reduced capacity:

Davidson Veterinary Hospital
Davidson Village Inn
Harris Teeter
Hearts on Fiber
Homewood Suites
Honeysuckle Home
Jewel Box
Mine by Sandy
Moliver Chiropractic
MVMT Studio
Rumor Mill Market
The Spirited Cyclist
Well Kept
Yoga on Davidson

Businesses open by appointment only:

Davidson Chocolate Co.
The Wooden Stone

Here are ways that you can support Davidson businesses:

  • Buy gift cards
  • Tip generously if you can
  • Encourage others to support local businesses when possible

Town of Davidson’s Economic Development Manager Kim Fleming says, “Let’s use this time to show our businesses how important they are to us! Many of our local business have come up with creative solutions to best serve their customers and protect the health of their employees and their community. Let’s show them how much we appreciate them by showing our support over the coming days and weeks!”

The Davidson Farmers Market is offering off-site pickup at the Davidson Library parking lot to get you food from your favorite vendors throughout the week. Market organizers expect to see the offerings and days grow as they continue this service. Please visit the Davidson Farmers Market website here or its social media sites for more information and to purchase in advance.  The market is closed until further notice.

Stay up-to-date with the latest news on coronavirus (COVID-19) from Mecklenburg County Public Health here.