Posted on June 8, 2012 by Kelly
Full Disclosure: I paid for this meal with my own money and I was in no way reimbursed for this blog post. The opinions are completely my own.
One of the things that I love about traveling is the food. Finding new food is a way for me to explore new places without just wandering blindly. I’m almost always willing to walk to find a new place to eat – especially if it is dessert. Sometimes I feel like I should change the name of my blog to “FroYo and Cupcakes” because I love them so much.
After we ate at Wishbone
last weekend, we decided to go over to the neighborhood that my brother and his girlfriend live in and, of course, stop at the Yogurt Square,
(I can’t find a website for them so this links to their Yelp page) a frozen yogurt place a short walk from where they live. I don’t think I could ever turn down frozen yogurt.
This shop was pretty simple and to the point. No fancy decor, really just a few tables and the yogurt and toppings. It is the type of place where you pay by the ounce which I am a big fan of! I (as always) got the original tart and topped it with pineapple, strawberries, mochi, popping boba, and a couple of gummi worms. It was delicious! There were quite a few different flavors of yogurt as well as many different sweet and savory toppings.
Taste: A+, delicious yogurt and a good selection of toppings.
Cost: A, I always think that the weigh-your-own style FroYo shop is the best bang for your buck!
Would I go there again? Definitely. I rarely ever find a frozen yogurt place that I wouldn’t go back to.
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