Hello? Summer, is that you?
Possibly… LKN is slowly reopening, and all the things we love about the Lake are starting to roll-in. As always, please check directly before attempting to partake, and wear your stylish masks when gathering. We’ve gathered the scoop on what’s happening, what’s not, and even found a few new openings!
Your Mom’s Donuts
Pickup days are Wednesday and Saturday, behind Summit Coffee/ Pickled Peach parking lot, Davidson
Order online from local vendors including everything from donuts and dairy, to bread and body products.
Josh’s Farmer’s Market
William’s Road, Mooresville
Pre-order drive through is available and dreamy – shop from the produce list prior to arrival. Store is open but best to check Facebook for hours and recently picked produce updates before visiting.
MORE FOOD NEWS
Also, checkout these New Openings:
Osito’s Tacos & Tortas
Main St, Cornelius
Scheduled to open early June, Osito’s is not your typical Mexican restaurant. Inspired by family, Southern roots, and culinary experiences – the food comes from the heart and is served with love.
Rosedale Shopping Center, Huntersville
Just opened, the national chain allows you to choose from 60+ ingredients and endless combinations to create an original salad (soups + more.)
Also, give FOODTRUCK love:
Foodtrucks are putting in a lot of miles around LKN – check out relative new comer, Palm Berries focusing on the Denver/ Lincolnton area, and Cousin’s Main Lobster – with their order ahead app and a lot of LKN dates coming up, and Crafty Burgr – bringing some of the Lake’s fave burgers to your neighborhood.
Many BREWERIES have opened with limited capacity and outdoor seating.
Eleven Lakes – don’t miss their many drink specials in June.
Primal Brewery is working on a strong foodtruck line-up and you can still order beer to go/ pick-up.
D9 has plenty of shade, and contactless ordering set-up.
New to the fold, Lost World offers much needed adventure in a post-quarantine era.
King Canary is holding strong with multiple levels and decks to space out.
OUTDOOR FUN, PARKS + REC etc
Per the Governor’s orders driving range, golf courses, parks, nature preserves, and greenways are open.
Just remember mass gatherings for outdoor activities allows for no more than 25 people to gather and still adhere to social distancing. Check here for updates.
Most boat ramps are open, info here.
Also, checkout these Scoop outdoor picks:
Need More Water Fun?
Aloha Paddle Sports – try out, or get back into, stand-up paddle boarding. Reservations required.
What’s Up Watersports is open – limit is 10 people per pontoon boat and six per ski boat. Kayaking and paddleboarding rentals also available.
Need to get your shop on?
Lavender Boutique – lots of online sales including the latest luxury spring must haves.
An Elizabeth Rose candle is a must have for all your time spent at home.
And brighten your day with some flowers from Blumengarten