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Richards' Coffee Shop

128 S Main St, Mooresville, NC 28115-3165
+1 704-663-0488
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Lied to & Treated With Disrespect By The Armorer

I donated a 1955 Communists Chicom (SKS) to Richards, after considering other military museums... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Horace C
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Oxford, North Carolina
What a awesome Coffee Shop/Military Museum

I heard so much about this place since moving to NC almost 4 years ago! What an awesome place! I... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2018
John K
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Kannapolis, North Carolina
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128 S Main St, Mooresville, NC 28115-3165
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

I donated a 1955 Communists Chicom (SKS) to Richards, after considering other military museums. Last Thursday, I went to Richards with a guest to have breakfast & view the weapon on display, only to be told it was sold to raise money for the coffee...More

1  Thank Horace C
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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

I heard so much about this place since moving to NC almost 4 years ago! What an awesome place! I regret I didn't visit sooner. Whether you're a Veteran or not ... check this place out!! God bless America! God bless our troops, past, present...More

Thank John K
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Happened to walk by and dropped in. The place is riddled with memorabilia from veterans of all US conflicts and the story of the men that served in them. Very impressed by the authenticity of the place and spent over 1 hour strolling around reading...More

Thank Nyati883
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Reviewed 10 October 2016

My father recently retired from the military and went to the coffee shop to see if he could fit in. The veterans and volunteers are the kindest and most heroic group of people I have ever met. There is no 'mafia', where you have to...More

Thank Jean Luc P
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Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

Curiosity and a live for all things military. You want to visit here LynRobin 1 and Robin 2 and Earl F are often there to guide you through a unique and authentic military museum The food strictly Southern Style sandwiches be sure to ask for...More

Thank nosbigs
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Reviewed 8 September 2015

Even if you didn't serve or don't even know a veteran, you'll make a friend here. An amazing little privately funded museum (help 'em out ... they are trying to expand). I've enjoyed talking to the staff and volunteers every time. Ralph made me a...More

1  Thank JN1901A
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Reviewed 7 May 2015 via mobile

It's a great place for Vets to meet other Vets. It's a great place for local musicians to meet and play music on Saturday mornings. Richard served Vets after serving in Viet Nam as a Helicopter Gunship Pilot. After he died, this place became reality....More

1  Thank Ratchman
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Reviewed 8 February 2015

It truly is a living museum! Not only do they have many displays of the military and various wars, but you can speak with veterans that hang out there. One of the Vets I met was a B-29 bomber pilot. Cool! They also provide some...More

2  Thank TonyM_WorldTraveler
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Reviewed 22 June 2013

Did not expect to find such an awesome place in this small town. As retired veterans, my wife and I were overwhelmed by the hospitality and friendliness of these vets! Incredible displays and history are on display. We will definitely go back. Hopefully on a...More

3  Thank Martin S
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Reviewed 13 December 2012

This attraction is amazing. It is not your typical coffee shop. It is run by all vets who volunteer their time. Over 10,000 veterans have signed the guess list. The organization started when a former Vietnam Gunship Pilot moved to town 12 years ago. The...More

4  Thank allenriverford28036
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