Can We Get a Yee-Haw?
Because Red’s Corner, the food truck round-up on the corner of Old U.S. 1 and Morganton Road in Southern Pines, is off to the races — and taps are flowing with crafts fit for snobs and casual drinkers alike. You’ll also find wine, mimosas, kombucha, seltzers and more from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day.
Equipped with patio and picnic areas, a playground and more, the spot has fulfilled owner Rachel Jurgen’s vision and only grown in popularity since opening its bar on Thursday. This weekend, more than one truck ran out of food. Get the schedule here.
As if there wasn’t enough to love, The Herbal Gal will also be hosting yoga a few times a week in the grass. Bring a mat and a towel, she says. You can also be on the lookout for popup markets and live music at the venue.
While food trucks will come and go, a handful have announced Red’s Corner as their home base:
- Bayou in the Pines: Chef Adam Roth has been serving locals via his catering business for months, but will expand his efforts to a food truck, which he expects to arrive in March. Follow him on IG here.
- Cookies-n-Moore: Owned byLauren Cabral and Harper Wilmoth, this truck has been slinging hot cookies and cold ice cream sandwiches since last summer. Follow the Insta here.
- Mas-A-Wrap Filipino and Asian: Mary Ann Brown, a native of thePhilippines, has already made her truck a regular at the Pony Espresso lot and now it’ll be at Red’s Corner five days a week. Track the menu on FB.
- The Breakfast Truck: Stay tuned for the scoop… we hear it’s coming soon and will be yummy.