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This venue is closed.
Formerly called Yogurtland, this California-based chainlet brings an all-you-can-crank twist to the city’s frozen yogurt explosion. Eight machines—churning flavors from original tart to blueberry, mango, or even cheesecake, over-sized cups, and more than 20 toppings (with Oreos, mochi, and the requisite sugary cereals to choose from) encourage maxed-out portions that weigh in at 39 cents per ounce. The resulting price doesn’t stray too much from what you would pay for a similar size at a Pinkberry or Red Mango, however, and the myriad options don’t make up for poorer quality. Too often, levers eek out icy nubs of product you’d hesitate to call true soft serve. One benefit here: a dollar could satisfy a sweet tooth seeking just a tiny bite.
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