Cherub’s Cafe: A special cafe in Belmont, NC

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Have you visited Cherub’s Cafe in Belmont, NC? They offer a lot more than their large menu of delicious sandwiches and salads. Eating here and supporting this cafe is special because this cafe is a product of Holy Angels and their mission to provide meaningful employment to those with differing abilities. Read on to find out what that means and about their delicious menu offerings.

Cherub's Cafe in Belmont, NC

Cherub’s Cafe Menu

Do you have a favorite sandwich? You’ll probably find it on the menu at Cherub’s. They offer a large variety of sandwich favorites, plus wraps, salads, and even breakfast sandwiches.

We enjoyed the avocado BLT, a huge club sandwich, greek salad, and grilled cheese!

View the full Cherub’s Cafe menu.

What is Holy Angels?

Cherub’s Cafe is run by Holy Angels, who as a mission seek to provide opportunities for the differently abled. Holy Angels offers a residential program, medical services, therapy, treatment, recreational groups, and lots more including vocational opportunities. They also operate the cotton candy shop next door and Bliss Gallery which is a local art gallery.

The mission behind Cherub’s, and these other Belmont businesses is to provide meaningful employment opportunities for differently-abled people. When you purchase breakfast or lunch at Cherub’s you’re supporting these programs and mission!

Cherub's Cafe

Our Visit to Cherub’s Cafe

We visited Cherub’s Cafe for a late lunch after spending the morning at the National Whitewater Center in nearby Charlotte. It was the perfect relaxed spot to enjoy lunch as a family.

Not only was lunch tasty but the service was wonderful and the employees were all cheerful. There is just something contagious about happy people, you know? We left recharged with full stomachs and smiles on our faces.

Cherub’s Cafe
23 North Main Street
Belmont, NC

Outside of Cherub's Cafe

If you’re in the area, don’t miss Kevin Loftin Riverfront Park. It’s just a few minutes’ drive from Cherub’s Cafe and is a great place to bring the kids to run off some energy, enjoy the river, and a walk!

About the Author
Maria Bassett is a former school orchestra teacher, turned homeschool mom. She and her husband homeschool their 3 sons and 1 daughter, who range from 4th grade through 9th grade. Believing children learn best when they are engaged and having fun, this family loves to take their homeschool on the road, around Greenville and beyond.

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