about Mayworth's Public House

Our Story

At Mayworth’s Public House, in downtown Cramerton, NC, we offer an upscale pub atmosphere and feature a menu of classic American favorites. We are choosy about our ingredients and use the finest and freshest ingredients available. Our cuisine is made to order by our skilled culinary team. In addition to offering a comfortable atmosphere and delicious food, we are passionate about our bar selections. Customers will find a full cocktail menu, a variety of popular wine options and a rotating selection of craft, draft, and local Charlotte and North Carolina beer.

Where did the name come from?

The town now known as Cramerton was originally named Mayesworth in 1906, after John H. Mayes. Mayes was one of the founders of the the Mayes Manufacturing Company, a cotton mill built on the banks of the Catawba River. In 1915, the town name changed to Mayworth. The town would later be purchased by Stuart Warren Cramer and would officially become Cramerton in 1922, later becoming an incorporated town in 1967. In naming our restaurant and pub Mayworth, we pay homage to Cramerton's original founding father.

Our Purveyors

We are proud to use Dukes Bakery in Charlotte, NC for our fresh and delicious broiche buns.

Our customer favorite beer burger, features 100% organic grass-fed beef from local NC farm, Brasstown Beef.