Coffee & Treats in Durham


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  • Cold Stone Creamery
    From behind a frozen granite slab, the staff of Cold Stone Creamery uses twin spatulas to blend custom servings of ice cream and creative mix-ins to fit customers? exact specifications. Founded by Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone began under the hot Arizona sun, eventually spreading its frosty fingers to encompass more than 1,400 locations worldwide. Despite the size of the company, each location?s staff keeps up the handcrafted quality, making ice cream onsite every day and using those signature spatulas to create delicious pointillist art against the freezer wall.
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    6917 Fayetteville Rd
    Durham, NC US
  • Goodberry's Creamery
    Goodberry's is a locally owned-and-operated creamery that's been serving up frozen custard made from all-natural ingredients such as milk, cream, and honey to North Carolina residents for more than 20 years. Recoiling from Faustian deals with depraved chemical preservatives and artificial stabilizers, Goodberry's chooses to whip up new batches of its frozen custard hourly to ensure maximum flavor and freshness. Flavors are limited to three: vanilla made with real Madagascar beans, rich dark chocolate, and a rotating flavor of the day. Custard connoisseurs looking to bring some personality to their pudding cups can try a famous Goodberry's Carolina concrete ($4.49 for a regular), a custom treat made by mixing your selected flavor with any combination of mix-ins, served upside down as a testament to its titular thickness and factual hold over taste buds, unlike the mix-your-own treats full of G.I. Joe toys offered by actual concrete manufacturers.
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    3906 N Roxboro St
    Durham, NC US
  • Carolina Cake Company
    The pastry pros at Carolina Cake Company fashion delectable desserts from scratch, employing gourmet ingredients such as Dutch-process cocoa, European chocolates, fresh fruit, and pure butter. Fifteen batter flavors, such as the cocktail-inspired Harvey Wallbanger, red velvet, cheesecake, and apple spice swell into sweet bases begging to be crowned by icing, devoured, and as loved as a firefly in a power-outage. Sweet teeth sing ballads of the good life when cavorting with one of 12 icing flavors, such as cream cheese and white-chocolate butter cream, all derived from italian meringue butter cream, a creamy spread that is responsible for the rich, smooth flavors of its standard icing base and the influx of overbooked flights to Rome.
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    2922 W Main St
    Durham, NC US
  • Local Yogurt
    Local Yogurt is Durham's first locally owned and operated frozen yogurt shop. With flavors ranging from Plain and Peanut Butter to seasonal options, such as Red Velvet and Peppermint, LoYo has something to satisfy every sweet tooth. To top these flavors, Local Yogurt offer over 30 toppings, most which are from local farms.
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    2816 Erwin Rd
    Durham, NC US
  • Spice Green Gourmet
    Spicy Green Gourmet Cafe & Catering's chef and owner Ashlyn B. Smith and her trusty staff serve up freshly made sandwiches, salads, and soups to be noshed upon in her verdant-walled eatery or fed to groups with catering orders. Seasonal spoonfuls such as loaded baked-potato soup, minestrone soup, and corn and crab chowder ($3.50 each) warm bellies and the water balloons of winter pranksters, or the Rowdy Reuben sandwich squashes hunger with sliced corned beef topped with swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and homemade thousand-island dressing ($7.75). Box lunches ($8.50–$8.75 each) proffer a midday meal for groups of eight or more and include a sandwich, side dish, cookie, and cutlery. Sweet tea, unsweet tea, and lemonade wet whistles by the gallon ($5.95/gal.) and help celebrate victories when poured upon winning coaches or meeting hosts.
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    2945 South Miami Boulevard
    Durham, NC US
  • Favor Desserts
    Cupcake cultivator Keijuane Hester tends to his bite-sized crop with loving care, topping off each sweet treat with a thick swirl of homemade icing. Snowy dollops of cream cheese alight on the rounded peaks of gourmet red velvet and carrot cupcakes, which mouths struggle to scale in single bites. Decorated with rose-shaped whirls of buttercream, dozens of double-chocolate cupcakes make tasty fodder for tossing at hungry matadors.
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    5607 Mint Leaf Ridge Hwy. 55
    Durham, NC US

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