Lucky Tree Gallery & Café opened its doors in 2015 but it did not start there. Twin sisters Amanda and Ashley had dreamed of going into business together since childhood. The inspiration of Lucky Tree comes from their neighborhood treehouse. The décor is artistically put together using items that would have otherwise been discarded. Much like their childhood treehouse they hope that people within the community would consider it their own. Lucky Tree represents artwork and handmade items from more than 50 local artists, its coffee is roasted in Durham NC, and milk by NC State's Howling Cow. The sister have been busy baking up delicious treats that you can feel good about eating. The current menu is completely gluten free, with many of the items being vegan friendly. The sisters want to provide products and goods that they can stand behind. They do hope to expand theirs offerings in the coming year, this will include a larger menu and more seating. Lucky Tree will likely keep evolving as a business and artistic expression.