Local Yogurt Durham

our story

Local Yogurt is Durham’s first independently owned frozen yogurt shop. Local Yogurt (“LoYo”) opened its doors in Durham in 2009 and has since been at several locations within the City.  LoYo is thrilled to find its forever home now at 1114 W Chapel Hill Street, Durham North Carolina 27701.   The new site is right across the street from the Durham Coop and right beside the restaurant Grub.


Rotating Flavors

Original Plain Tart, Chocolate, Vanilla, Peanut Butter, Coffee, Red Velvet Cake,  Cake Batter,  Thin Mint,  Cookies and Cream,  Salted Caramel Pretzel, Cake Batter, Strawberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, Peach, New York Cheesecake, White Chocolate Mouse, Lemon, Dulce de Leche and Pistachio and the list goes on and on!

* The majority of our flavors are Gluten Free.

We love our Sorbet especially when it get hot and humid in the South and for those who can't do diary. Our sorbet flavors include Mango, Key Lime and Pomegranate Raspberry Sorbet.


Fresh strawberries, fresh blueberries, fresh blackberries (in season), mango, dark chocolate curls, chocolate rocks, brownie bites, sprinkles, cookie dough, reese’s peanut butter cups, oreo’s, yogurt chips, gummy bears, brownie bites , m&m’s, graham cracker dust, honey, granola, almonds, peanuts, lucky charms, captain crunch, fruity pebbles, honey, whip cream, caramel sauce and chocolate syrup



Durham Living Wage Project
We are proud to participate in the Durham Living Minimum wage project. The mission of the Durham Living Wage Project is to support worker livelihoods by urging employers to pay living wages, certifying and publicly recognizing employers, and promoting living wages as a matter of conscience within our community.

Food FWD
We use all compostable products (cups, spoons basically 90 % of the store is either recyclable or compostable). At Food FWD the mission is to make diverting food waste from landfills to composting facilities the easiest and most economical choice for the Triangle area food industry. All food waste collected is composted and used within 50 miles of the Triangle.