About this Business
- Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream
The manager was rude and pushy about a miscommunication concerning the Groupon. He had CLEARLY had the same issue with the Groupon specifications being unclear. He should have handled the situation better and been more understanding to the customer. I will not be continuing to support this company.
Great deal, delicious treat, friendly service.
Yogurt was very soft and melted very quickly.'toppings were messy and not filled in. Very expensive.
SF supposed to be Christian ran chain:Trashy music was played, stomach churned bc strong smoke smell on worker, cheesecake, and kiwi topping may be bad. My child w speech issues the worker incentively repeated words she said worse than she.
The yogurt isn't high quality.
Staff is very friendly, and the store offers a sugar free option which is great for kids with diabetes. only wish there were more flavors that were sugar free. Really enjoyed the yogurt.
Very expensive compared to other "serve yourself and weigh" shops, could only use $6 voucher per purchase so we end up paying a great deal more for something that we didn't particularly enjoy. Flavor was too sweet as well.
Not a great selection, what they did have was watery
From Our Editors
What started as a quest to find hope during the recession turned out to be an endlessly fun adventure for sweetFrog founders, Derek Cha and his wife, Annah Kim. Since opening their first sweetFrog in 2009, the frozen yogurt chain has grown to more than 100 stores in more than 15 states, and even one in South Korea. Regardless of what shop guests visit, the concept stays the same; Grab a cup or waffle cone and fill it with fresh milk-blended, soft-serve frozen. Then, hit up the toppings bar—which is stocked daily—and pile on spoonfuls of toppings such as fresh mangos and strawberries, granola, almonds, Oreos, Snickers, or strawberry syrup. Amid the bright pink and green colors often found inside the stores, flavors and toppings are always on rotation to ensure taste buds stay on their toes.
Along with offering guests an exceptional frozen yogurt experience, Derek, Annah, and the rest of sweetFrog’s store owners give back to their communities by donating a portion of their proceeds.