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Have You Been There Yet? New Spots in HP 

April 9, 2021

A woman swipes a credit card at 83 Custom Coffee in High Point, NC

Can you believe how many new businesses have popped up in High Point within the last year? Even with the impact of COVID, High Pointers continue to prove their dedication to forging a path and serving our community creatively and with unique passions and skillsets! And as we continue to shop local, we continue making it possible for our neighbors’ careers, dreams, and businesses to thrive.

You may not even know some of the places that have opened their doors (or are about to!) in the last few months, but that’s what we’re here for. From shopping to eating, to moving, to drinking – take a look at just a few of the places that have popped up in High Point 

Cork & Grind 

Coffee, wine, and beer lovers unite under one roof at Cork & Grind. Whether you prefer beans or brews, enjoy a glass of your preferred beverage at this bar. Plus, check out their weekly specials and events. Tomorrow night, Havana Flavor food truck will be serving Cuban food at Cork & Grind from 2 – 6 PM 

  • Hours: 8am-9pm (Closed Sun. and Mon.) 
  • 1605 N. Main St. 

Paddled South Brewery 

Coming soon! Paddled South Brewery is sure to be one of your favorite go-to’s when their doors open! This brewery, opened by three local High Pointers with a passion for brews is sure to be a favorite for those wanting to try adventurous new drinks. With their three-barrel brewing system, Paddled South is sure to always have something new!  

  • Coming soon! 
  • 602 N. Main St.

Gussied Up Picnics 

We all love some outdoor TLC, especially in this day and age. And Gussied Up Picnics is making those outdoor gatherings even more fun – they even supply the picnic blanket! With their custom-built charcuterie picnic boxes, your date night or get-together night is about to become a little bit more Instagram-worthy and a whole lot yummier! Reserve your kit now, and take your picnicking to a new level!  

  • Betty@gussiedupout-ins.com
  • (336) 448-3793 

Trigg Jewelry 

High Point native and talented fine jeweler, Trigg of Trigg Jewelry opened his studio in High Point with the love of nature and his North Carolina roots in mind. Each of his pieces is hand-forged, and he even does custom commissioned pieces. His beautiful pieces are sure to make the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, birthdays, and anniversaries this year!  

  • Weekdays – 9am-6pm
  • 109 W. Farriss Ave.

The Cottage  

With a variety of furniture, home decor, and even specialty foods from North Carolina, The Cottage in High Point is a great place to stop when you need a gift but you’re not sure what to get. With so many options and unique pieces, The Cottage décor and gift store can help you find the perfect piece.  

  • Wed-Sat. – 11am-4pm   
  • 1213 Johnson St.

High Point Yoga School 

Bringing a sense of zen and calm to our city, High Point Yoga School opened its doors in the historic McLarty Drug building on Church Avenue. The team of yogis there is dedicated to providing a judgment-free space for yoga students of all ages, experience levels, and flexibility to strengthen their practice. Sign up for a class today!  

  • 9am-8pm (Closed Sun.) 
  • 128 Church Ave.

Moving Room Coaching 

Ready to get moving? Start with the personal trainers at Moving Room Coaching! Deborah Stanton and her team of wellness coaches can customize a plan to fit with anyone’s needs and goals, in a way that is accessible and fun!  

  • 5:30am-3:30pm weekdays  
  • 205 Neal Pl Suite 105 

Keep your eyes peeled for more HP businesses popping up, keep shopping local, and don’t forget to share with your friends and family! 

Discover our High Points, 

The HPD Team 

Photo by Maria West Photography

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