At Yogo Ono a row of stainless steel dispensers stands, armed with 10 different yogurts and sorbets chosen from a rotating menu of over 30 flavors. Some are low fat, some are non-fat but all yogurts are infused with live and active cultures that promote healthy digestion, unlike the cultures in ice cream that promote headaches. More than 30 toppings fill the grid of self-serve bins, such as Reese's, Oreos, fresh berries, sliced fruit, and chocolate sauce.
Every day, Rita's serves up fresh, fruitified Italian ice (around $1.89–$2.89) in more than 30 flavors (several are sugar-free), including strawberry, root beer, Swedish Fish, chocolate chocolate chip, piña colada, vanilla, key lime, and the unearthly RitaBerrious (formerly Mystery Ice). Along with creamy ice, Rita's also sells icy cream. Case in point: Rita's famously frozen old-fashioned custard (around $2.49–$3.59), a robust dish that—like revenge—is best served cold in a cup, cone, or overflowing El Camino truck bed. Rita's custard involves a different freezing process than ice cream and boasts a higher egg to yolk ratio, for a creamy texture that makes regular ice cream feel like gravel sprinkled with sandpaper shreds. Rita's most popular frozen treat, gelati (around $3.45–$4.39), takes its cue from brunch, twilight, and sporks and blends two great things to create an even greater thing—in this case, the flavorful variety of Italian ice with the smoothitude of frozen custard. Rita's also offers an assortment of specialty Misto shakes ($3.49–$3.99), fat-free soft-serve Slenderitas ($2.49–$3.49), and frozen-coffee Ritaccinos ($4.25), all of which make for a tasty treat as well as a deliciously soothing topical treatment for chicken pox.
Each Bruster’s location makes its own cakes, pies, waffle cones, and ice cream on site using fresh, natural ingredients. An expansive menu collects Bruster's chilly treats and ice cream, which is made daily. Milkshakes, lattes and blasts ($3.75–$4.75) catalyze slurping contests and hot-fudge brownies, kids' sundaes and banana splits ($2.49–$4.75) awaken the peripheral nervous system with messages of sweet, sweet submission. The Marietta location pairs chilling treats with savory Nathan’s Famous hot dogs, chilidogs, fries, and mini corn dogs and combos ($1.99–$5.99).
D'Lites Emporium is the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth without feeling guilty later. All of our ice cream is low in calories, fat, carbs, sugar, cholesterol, and sodium. We are also kosher certified. With new flavors offered daily you will never get bored and will always be able to satisfy your sweet cravings
TCBY (a.k.a. The Country's Best Yogurt) serves 96% fat-free yogurt, which contains benevolent bacterial cultures that assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. Each location's menu (click here for Executive Park, Johnson Ferry Center, and Fountain Oaks) touts silky soft serve in flavors such as gingerbread cookie and caramel fudge eclair ($1.69–$4.19). Top your probiotic-packed treat with strawberries, gummy bears, coconuts, or a host of other toppings ($0.69–$0.99). TCBY's Beriyo smoothies—potent potions such as Strawberry Bananza and Berrylicious—contain real dairy frozen yogurt blended with bushels of fresh fruit ($4.99–$5.24). Celebrate successfully evading a baby raincloud with a decadent deep-dish pie ($20.99) brimming with hand-scooped or soft-serve frozen yogurt and topped with a plethora of dessert decorations.