Honeycreeper Chocolate

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Honeycreeper Chocolate is a former chocolate shop founded in 2017 by interior designer and marketer Courtney Pigford. The shop shared space with Lucy Woodroof's Basic clothier, first at 2026 Morris Avenue, and later in the Taylor Carriage Co. building at 2214 2nd Avenue North.

The brand was named for the tropical shining honeycreeper songbird which thrives in the same shaded forests as cocao trees. Honeycreeper, which began as a pop-up, sold gourmet sustainably-sourced chocolates from a variety of chocolatiers, and repackaged bonbons and other products into gift boxes. The shop also hosted chocolate tastings.

In 2023 Pigford sold the shop to long-time manager Reggie Collier, who re-opened as Grounds coffee shop, but continued to stock Honeycreeper Chocolates.


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