They are out of business. How do I redeem my voucher?
yogurt was cheap and sugary .
Business was to close either last Monday or shortly thereafter...didn,t get a chance to use the full value of the two certificates that I had to use because they told me they were out of yogurt and since they were closing weren't making anymore. I should have returned the certificates for refund but they told me about the closing after submitting the two certificates for some trivial trinket they had there.
It seems that the two groupons I spent $44.00 on will be no good shortly as they are going out of business. I love wasting money I don't have.
215-589-3029, Darcie Mager
This place is overpriced. We haev been to a couple other 'froyo' places that have much better prices. HandleBar also would not let us sample the yogurt flavors. All other 'froyo' places will let you sample any and all selections. There are many 'froyo' places popping up all around the area. You should be more competitive with them to stay around.
This venue does not feel welcoming. The physical set up is awkward. The yogurt was tasty and the toppings seemed fresh and plentiful. The place was much cleaner than the first time I visited (lots of yogurt all over the machines before) but it is just too expensive for what it is and you do not feel like you want to sit there to enjoy your treat.
Flavors were good. Fruit was lacking. Atmosphere was uncomfortable-- no customers in store, teenager running register
Groupon only takes off $5 per visit, not per person, like at other yogurt shops (I guess this was my mistake; I didnt read the Groupon carefully). Also, the toppings weren't bad, but there weren't as many choices as at other places (no hot fudge, no whipped cream). The actual flavors of yogurt were good though.
Was a little hard to find. The selection of flavors wasn't as large as some places. But the service was great and the yogurt and toppings were fresh and tasty!
From Our Editors
Heat waves and hot summer days don't stand a chance when faced with HandleBar's selection of chilly frozen yogurt. Each day, the shop's whirring dispensers house a variety of yogurts, in head-turning flavors such as red velvet and mango lassi, that customers swirl into their own cups. These frosty dollops pair well with a variety of do-it-yourself toppings, from candy bits that further satisfy sweet teeth to fresh fruit that keeps nutritionists from reporting a food pyramid violation to the authorities. In addition to cool treats, the shop also whips up a sizzling selection of hand-griddled Belgian-style Liège waffles. Hand-made in the shop from fresh ingredients, including many imported directly from Belgium, the waffles are topped with Belgian pearl sugar prior to being cooked in a cast iron skillet, adding a satisfying, sugary crunch to the waffle, pairing perfectly with toppings such as Nutella, strawberries, and more.