WCHL: Lavender Oak Farm

WCHL: Lavender Oak Farm

Lavender Oak Farm Spanning 60 acres of purple majestic forest, beautiful scenery, gift shops, taste testing and more, Lavender Oaks Farm is just five minutes from downtown Chapel Hill and can fulfill all of your lavender needs. Lavender Oaks Farm owners Karen and...
WCHL: Pho Happiness

WCHL: Pho Happiness

Pho Happiness Restaurant owner and pho connoisseur Andy Hoang keeps a 56-ounce jar of peanut M&M’s and a cup of Vietnamese instant coffee with him at all times while at work. “I’m down to an average of three to four hours of sleep a night on average, the coffee...
WCHL: White Oak Pottery

WCHL: White Oak Pottery

White Oak Pottery Julie Olson, along with Pete Cozart — whom she has lovingly coined her “house-husband” — own and operate White Oak Pottery in Durham. Both are potters, but Cozart is in charge of cooking, cleaning and organizing, according to Olson. Olson did not...
WCHL: Honeysuckle Teahouse and Cafe

WCHL: Honeysuckle Teahouse and Cafe

Honeysuckle Teahouse and Cafe Could Chapel Hill natives be as mellow and laid-back as Californians? Annie Heth, the manager of Honeysuckle Teahouse and Cafe and a UC Berkeley graduate, sure thinks so. The Honeysuckle Teahouse is an open-air farm stand built...
WCHL: Chocolatay Confections

WCHL: Chocolatay Confections

Chocolatay Confections Nestled inside Rosemary Street’s Blue Dogwood Public Market, Chocolatay Confections has a wide array of chocolate, candy and other sweets for sale. Between the various options and rich tastes, one might think that Danielle and...
WCHL: Blue Spoon Microcreamery

WCHL: Blue Spoon Microcreamery

Blue Spoon Microcreamery Cindy and Dave Somasunderam are no strangers to the food industry. The two met while working at a restaurant and have been married for almost 33 years. Now, they’re opening Blue Spoon Microcreamery on Franklin Street where Sugarland used to...