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Who doesn’t love a cobbler?! It’s one of the dessert comfort foods that I enjoy but never make myself, and it’s always been popular in the South. If you’re a fan, there’s a new cobbler spot that you can try this weekend in Charlotte. “The Peach Cobbler Factory” is opening several stores in the Charlotte region, but your first chance to try their yummy desserts is this weekend in South End.

According to The Charlotte Observer, the Nashville based dessert chain is opening their first ever ghost kitchen this Sunday in South End at 500 W. Summit Ave. The store offers numerous cobbler combos, cinnamon rolls, and banana puddings. Looking at the menu, everything sounds delicious!

The store will offer delivery within a 5-mile radius through third-party apps, plus pickup with ordering online or at a kiosk on-site for walk-ins.  They’ll also offering a catering package in the near future.

Hunter and franchise partner Vincent Montgomery will open four stores in the Charlotte area. She said they hope to open the first one by summer. Rather than being delayed finding locations or by construction, Hunter said they decided to test the ghost kitchen concept.

More stores are set to open in the Carolinas within the next few months. Cities include Durham in N.C. and Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Columbia in S.C.

If you have a sweet tooth, you need to check this place out. Nothing wrong with getting a little sugared up! I’m definitely going to check this place out.