Fresh, locally made farm-to-table dishes, made to order.
Local grass-fed filet mignon. Fresh NC seafood. Gourmet pizza, locally sourced specialty hamburgers. Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner made with local meats, local produce and top-quality ingredients. That’s what gas station food looks like in Saxapahaw.
Unique, locally crafted beers, including a wide selection brewed right here in Saxapahaw. Fresh local produce and top-quality meats from farmers just down the road. Plus, so many of the groceries you’d expect, specially picked for quality and convenience.
For your upcoming special event, let us do the tough stuff. With a dedicated friendly, local staff and the experience of hundreds of weddings and events, we can help to make sure everything goes flawlessly, with food and service that will be remembered.
Food Consciously Selected.
The Saxapahaw General Store as it now exists began in June 2008 when Jeff Barney, butcher, and self-taught chef, and Cameron Ratliff, teacher, and self-taught biscuit maker, worked with former owner and mill town visionary Mac Jordan to begin a new life for the convenience store and gas station that had served the community for several years. They imagined a spot where a village could gather for food, drink, and provisions, run by folks whose varied backgrounds have each taught them they can influence their world by collaborating with their neighbors. They hoped to serve the residents of Saxapahaw with a range of products that could allow everyone to feel welcome.
This is a busy time of year, and we know you’ve already got a lot of planning and merry-making to do for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, so we’d like to take some of the baking off your plate.
Order your holiday desserts and side now through November 21st, made lovingly right here in our very own kitchen!
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⭐ Five star gas station / restaurant / grocery store in beautiful Saxapahaw NC.
🐄 Farm fresh utilizing the best of local food.
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