The dessert designers at Penguin's Frozen Yogurt ameliorate sweet deficiencies with twice-weekly rotating yogurt and ice-cream flavors. Decorate a large soft serve cup of fro' yo' ($3.95) with fruit toppings ($.95), sundae toppings ($.90), or dry toppings ($.80). Insufficiently frigid palates can achieve cold-stasis with a double-scoop of ice cream ($3.95) or a custom shake ($4.95), and humans can pull all-dayers with a pastry and Peet's Coffee & Tea cappuccino or latte (available only at the South Pasadena location).
Every Menchie's location around the world looks much the same: pink, yellow, and lime-green decor framing the eponymous mascot, a smiley twist of yogurt with a cone for a body. It's an identical template that allows for nearly infinite variations at each outpost's row of 14 or 16 rotating yogurt pumps, where guests can self-serve swirls of flavors such as pistachio, peanut butter cup, cake batter, and fruity raspberry pomegranate tart. Then, they can ladle scoops of nearly 40 toppings—including sprinkles, cookies 'n' cream, hot fudge, and locally grown fruits—onto their creations. Nonfat and no-sugar-added varieties join gluten- and lactose-free options for those who have food sensitivities or just hate the taste of gluten.
Our specialty is whole-grain breads. We choose only the finest wheat grown in Northwestern Montana and grind it on our stone mill right in our bakery everyday. Every loaf is hand-crafted and shaped. We sell Americana style breads,sourdough, sweets, sandwiches and Peet's Coffee and Tea. Always fresh, made from scratch daily
Begin your yogurtsperience by skiing down a slope made from one of eight flavors: natural, pomegranate, mango, blueberry, and other selections. Then trigger an avalanche of toppings, engulfing your chosen base in wave after wave of fresh fruits such as lychee, kiwi, cantaloupe, and peaches, or the more toothsome goji berries, white chocolate chips, and even Captain Crunch. A single serving of plain yogurt goes for $3.50, while a single with up to three toppings costs $5. You can also double ($4.50 without toppings) and triple ($6.50 without toppings) up on loops of yogurt scoops for a Mothra-sized helping of heaped-up treats.
The original Beard Papa’s began filling the airs of Osaka, Japan, with the warm, wafting smells of its original-recipe cream puffs. A double-layer puff featuring piecrust on the outside and a mixture of vanilla custard cream and whipped cream on the inside, the successful little treats have led the bakery to expand to more than 300 locations throughout Southeast Asia, Russia, the United States, and the moon. The venerable bakery has also graduated to other pint-size desserts and Asian-influenced treats, including mochi ice cream and mango ice showers, a fusion of shaved ice, layered sweet sauce, and mango chunks.