Davidson, NC

Grab a pint at Davidson recommended bars

Jerome Quentzel

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DAVIDSON, NC – Are you looking for a place to grab some beers while chilling with your friends? Then you’re on the right page. Here are some recommended places at Davidson to have beers:

#1 Brick House Tavern

Located at 209 Delburg Street, Brick House Tavern is using an old Davidson Cotton Mill building that was built in the 1890s. This place serves over 70 beer selections and 31 wine selections. Apart from beer, Brick House Tavern also offers food made from scratches such as pizza, burgers, or sandwiches.

Brick House Tavern opens every day and is available for the private event too. They have space for small to large events and bookings can be made by phone at 704-987-2022 or email at mngrbrickhousetavern@gmail.com.

#2 Old Town Public House {OTPH}

OTPH has rotating lineups of beers, wines, craft sodas, and local kombuchas. Customers can choose various beer menus from On Tap, On Deck, or Bottles & Cans. If you like sour and fruity beers, you can try their Sour Blackberry Raspberry, Strawberry Magic, or Wild Little Thing.

The bar also has live entertainment with live bands and solo acts each night. On Tuesdays, the special Thinkin’ & Drinkin’ Trivia will be hosted by local legend DJ ’90s.

#3 Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse

Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse is located at 215 S Main Street and opens from Tuesday to Sunday. This place offers 18 beer selections on tap and some craft cocktails. Most of the beers are brewed by the nearby local breweries and serves different tastes and characteristics.

The place is also known for its fresh, local, and housemade dishes specialized in meats and fish. Flatiron Kitchen serves lunch, dinner, and brunch only on Sunday.

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