Culled from natural ingredients, Berripop's nonfat frozen yogurt is whipped fresh daily and infused with vibrant flavors. Sate chromatic cravings with Berripop's rainbow of taste-hues, such as luscious chocolate, refreshing mango, piquant green apple, and delectably indecisive raspberry-pomegranate. With a twist of the faucet, yogurus whirl out a medium-sized mound ($4.50) to be adorned with edible textures from a topping bar rife with fresh kiwi, raspberries, almonds, Cap'n Crunch, Reese's peanut-butter cups, and more ($1 for unlimited toppings). Alternatively, guests can enjoy smoothies, parfaits, or shaved ice to make tongues feel as cool as Fonzie sledding the Alps on a gold record. Each location of the Texas-born dairy dispensary beams with a bright modern interior, free WIFI, and flat-screen TVs to entertain eyes as they fill bellies. Groupon buyers who return again within one month of their first purchase will receive 50% off their next set of treats.
"Gogi" means "meat" in Korean, but the Oh My Gogi! food truck doesn't cater to carnivores only—when ordering a kimchi quesadilla, you can fill the tortilla with short ribs, chicken, Spanish pork, or veggies. Indeed, the truck is more concerned with playing with your food than limiting your options. Its menu combines Mexican street food with Korean barbecue, complete with homemade marinades and secret sauces. Add-ons such as a fried egg to fries and caramelized kimchi make meals out of barbecue tacos, which come with meat, double meat, or doubledouble meat. To find the truck at any given hour, fans can check Twitter and Facebook or commit to sleeping on top of it.
Wide eyes and even wider smiles are a familiar sight for the staff behind the counter at Ruggles Cafe Bakery: those are typically the attributes sported by visitors as they approach the shop's vast dessert display. A total of three cases houses a collection of treats that ranges from chocolate crème brûlée to jumbo cookies to the bakery's famous white-chocolate bread pudding. Before satisfying their sweet tooth, though, visitors can sample the shop's savory side with housemade soups, hearty pastas, and fresh sandwiches and salads. Ruggles helps families with younger children occupy the time before a meal by letting kids decorate cookies with their favorite shapes and particle-physics equations.
Aiming to up the availability of hand-plucked, juicy goodness, The Fruit Palette incorporates fresh, never frozen, fruit in all its selections. Chill out with 16 ounces of fruit-spiked waters, including exotic aqua with strawberry, papaya, mango, or pineapple ($3.69) or a premium pour with watermelon, lime, melon, orange, hibiscus, or tangerine ($2.99, $3.29 for 20 ounces). For heartier fixes, opt for a salad ($6.50)—go for the avocado passion with goat cheese, grapefruit, red onion, orange, and mixed romaine tossed with lime vinaigrette, or try the signature salad with strawberry, feta cheese, candied walnuts, and jicama. You'll also find fruit cocktails ($5.99), frozen fruit bars ($3.29), and fresh-fruit parfaits ($3.99).
The Chocolate Bar is a gooey, creamy, cocoa paradise, a chocolate-lover’s dream that offers the cure for any sweet tooth. Its two hot locations serve chocolate everything: chocolate-dipped fruit, chocolate cake, more than 20 flavors of homemade ice cream, chocolate pizza, frozen hot chocolate, chocolate cookies, chocolate brownies, and more. For your pup, there are fresh-baked dog treats. For the South Beach health nut, there is sugar-free chocolate goodness. With today’s Groupon, $5 gets you $10 worth of chocolate delights at The Chocolate Bar.