Restaurant Loan in Southern Pines, NC

Known for bold Southern cuisine, mouth-watering barbecue and fresh seafood, North Carolina is home to a delicious array of restaurant dining. Backed by a bustling tourism industry, the town of Southern Pines, NC, serves up some sizzling options. In fact, Southern Pines’ very own restaurant, Ashten’s, was the recipient of the 2010 Best Dish in North Carolina award.

Food entrepreneurs in Southern Pines can utilize a restaurant loan from First Bank to garner funds and open their restaurant.*

Restaurant Loans from First Bank

Customers can visit our two Southern Pines, NC locations on Southeast Broad Street or Grossman Drive to inquire about a number of restaurant loan options made available by First Bank.

  • A business loan From First Bank can provide you with the money you need to purchase your restaurant equipment, uniforms, vehicles and other startup supplies
  • A line of credit allows you to meet ongoing expenses such as food inventory and payroll
  • Use our commercial mortgage to finance the perfect location to help your restaurant succeed
  • If you need to do any remodeling, expansion or wish to build a brand new building for your restaurant, a construction loan can get you there
  • Our business credit card will take care of all those day-to-day purchases that come along with starting and running a restaurant*

Explore our restaurant loan options or sign up for a free small business financial consultation with one of our associates to learn more. Once you settle on a restaurant loan, First Bank can continue to serve your business through our various services including payroll management, check collection, credit card processing and more.

Visit First Bank Today

Stop by a Southern Pines, NC First Bank today to learn more about a restaurant loan!

*Loans subject to credit approval. See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. MasterCard, Debit MasterCard and the MasterCard brand marks are trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.



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