Miracle Grounds Coffee Shop and Cafe
While the entire campus of The Crossnore School could be called “Miracle Grounds”, this particular building, has occupied a colorful place in the history of the Town of Crossnore. Arguably one of the oldest commercial building in Crossnore, historians believe the building was built sometime in the 1920’s. It is constructed of stone from the Linville River, just as many of Crossnore’s historic buildings, including Crossnore Weavers and Fine Arts Gallery, E.H. Sloop Chapel and the Crossnore Presbyterian Church.
The Crossnore School acquired “Miracle Grounds” in February, 2006. Until that time it belonged to Phillip and Chantae Johnson and Mark and Gina Johnson Aldridge, and it had been in the Johnson family for as long as anyone can remember. The Crossnore School thanks the Johnson family for their longtime support.
“Miracle Grounds” will undoubtedly foster miracles in the lives of the children of The Crossnore School.
The coffees have been carefully selected from all over the world, many of them organically grown and all purchased in fair-trade business agreements by our friend Conrad who roasts them for us in nearby Boone. Miracle Grounds also serves a variety of specialty drinks, teas and breakfast and lunch specials daily.
Open Monday-Saturday 7:30 am-5:00 pm (grill closes at 4:30 pm)
8 Fountain Circle
Crossnore, NC 28616