Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
357 N. Generals Blvd.
Lincolnton, NC 28092
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Homesteads Grill and Taphouse began in March of 2013 with its first location in Lincolnton, NC. It was conceived with the idea that it would provide a high quality casual dining experience without the corporate mentality of simply focusing only on the bottom line. Being locally and privately owned empowers our restaurant staff to do what is best for the guest without anyone looking over their shoulder. This mentality allows Homesteads staff to go the extra mile for all guests. This also gives us the opportunity to be involved in the community and to support those who support us!
“Homesteads concept embodies high quality food and service by using the latest technology and community involvement will play a key role in our restaurant’s success.” Byron Sackett (owner)
Homesteads features a variety of American cuisine and offers a friendly-family atmosphere which you will feel as soon as you walk in the door. The entrée selections feature fresh hand cut steaks, seafood, pastas, salads, sandwiches, and much more. The taproom allows guests to choose from up to 32 draft beers (depending on location) featuring regional drafts as well as a selection of 50+ varieties of wine.
In addition to the dining room and Taphouse, Homesteads offers banquet rooms that can accommodate up to 125 people (depending on location). The private rooms feature technology that will allow guests to host business seminars, class reunions, wedding rehearsal/reception or any special event.
Homesteads is locally owned by Byron and Christy Sackett. Byron is a veteran of the restaurant industry. Homesteads name is in honor of Byron’s hometown Homestead, Florida which was ravaged by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Homestead Florida has a deep rooted connection to the Carolinas as it was pioneered by farmers from the Tarheel State in the 1930’s looking for opportunity. Among them was Byron’s grandfather, Russell McGinnis.