Honeysuckle Tea House, 8871 Pickards Meadow Road in Chapel Hill, is like a tree house in the sky. Built on shipping containers and other repurposed materials, it overlooks Honeysuckle’s farm fields, herb gardens, playgrounds, hammocks, mandala garden and more.
The best part is that you can enjoy beverages made with ingredients grown right at Honeysuckle Farm.
Make sure to check the hours on the website or Facebook page, because they close in the winter, and are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during the time of year that they’re open.
They also host some free events. Check on their Facebook page for all upcoming events.
Here’s some of what’s coming up:
July 4th Live Music on the Lawn
Saturday, July 4th, 2020
5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Join us The Honeysuckle Tea House on July 4th for some live music with local jazz group, Popcorn Blue Band! They will be jamming out on the main stage. Please bring a picnic blanket and/or folding chairs to fully enjoy the space. Don’t forget to grab a farm-based beverage, like their sparkling mead When Lemon Met Ginger or Soothing Blooms iced tea! They encourage folks to grab one of these farm-based beverages and spread out across the expansive property.
They are are limiting groups to 6 people maximum. Social distancing will be enforced. Masks will be required when moving about the property. There will be multiple hand sanitizers throughout the property. Please come at your own risk. Dogs are not required, but definitely welcome.
There will be NO fireworks allowed or operated during this event. Outside food is allowed, but they encourage you to view their menu online (thehoneysuckle.org/teahouse) and check out their food selection.
Outside drinks (besides water) are NOT allowed as they have a wide selection to choose from.
Lastly, they’d like to remind folks that The Honeysuckle Tea House is an entirely open-air structure. See you soon!
Conversations in Philosophy (Outside!)
Every Thursday from July 9th to August 27th, 2020
The Honeysuckle Cafe & Bar is hosting a discussion in philosophy over farm-based beverages. Grab an iced tea made with herbs on the farm or a glass of sparkling mead: When Lemon Met Ginger. They will be meeting outside in the patio area, with folks remaining 6ft apart and wearing masks. Dogs are welcome!
Topics will rotate around philosophical riddles and dilemmas and various philosophers. They will explore creative living and creative loving and how we can live well together as a society. Discussions will be led by Erik “Er Jon” Slavin, a philosopher poet. With a degree in Philosophy and 23 publications, Er Jon is excited to curate introspective and empathetic conversations within our community.
More 4th of July EventsCheck out our list of 4th of July events around Charlotte, or see some of them here:
Saturday, June 27, 2020
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Friday, July 3, 2020
Saturday, July 4, 2020
Sunday, July 5, 2020
Saturday, July 11, 2020
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