JULY 27TH, 11 AM - 6 PM!  

We celebrate food as not only a tasty way to spend your time, but as a way to build friendships and nourish your body. 


Good afternoon, Sprouts Cafe Lovers! We know you've been waiting! We have to! We know you miss us! We miss you too! And in t-minus three weeks we'll be together again, because Sprouts is opening July 27th! 

We are proud to introduce our new owner and chef,Carla Hackbarth Sinteff! She has worked as an executive chef for the past 7 years and has been in the industry for 15 years. She established herself as an executive chef after attending Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, and was the Executive Chef of The String Bean in Belmont, NC. She moved to Sales at Dean & Deluca South Park before the Five & Dine in Rock Hill, SC, as the Executive Chef and GM. 

Carla has been cooking since she could reach the stove and her dream has always been to have her own business. She was born on March 13, 1987 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her husband, Joshua Sinteff, is a mechanic. They reside in Fort Mill, South Carolina with three dogs they call their children, two of which are rescues. 

Carla and Joshua enjoy outdoors, sports and adventures together. She is inspired by foodie parents Wayne and Shirley, who support and follow her in all life adventures. She is grateful for a wonderful family and all the support along with it

Please follow her new facebook page, Sprouts Cafe to follow all the latest updates and happenings! Or visit their new website sprouts.cafe  or email sproutsgastonia@gmail.com for more information! 



Sprouts Menu will soon be released! Please visit our new website to see your old favorites with new favorites. 



(704) 864-0605



1012 S. New Hope Rd
Gastonia, NC 28054

*Around back of
Organic Marketplace



Mon: Closed
11 - 3
We: 11 - 3
Thur: 11 - 6 ( 3 -7 Tapas )
Fri:  11 - 7 ( 3 -7 Tapas )
Sa: 9 - 7 ( 9-3 brunch / 3 -7 Tapas ) 
Su: 9 - 2:30 Brunch Buffet 


Herb of the Month: Burdock!

Burdock is easily recognized by its prickly seeds. You've probably found them clinging to your socks and sweaters after walking through fields. It's a hitchhiking herb, which is how it made its way to America and Canada, and was actually the inspiration for Velcro. But, its the root that is used for detoxification of the body. Some of the most impressive health benefits of Burdock include its ability to aid digestion, detox the liver, balance hormones, improve skin health, reduce inflammation, and lower blood pressure.