Much like Ted Williams and Barbaro, yogurt is full of so much greatness that it must be frozen so it can be shared with future generations. Ponder this cold, cold legacy over a cup of today's Groupon: for $3, you get $6 worth of self-serve frozen yogurt at 32°, A Yogurt Bar, conveniently located on the vivacious King Street.
Control your frozen-dessert destiny at 32°, where a toppings spread of more than 50 wet and dry add-ins invites sweet-toothed sculptors to create icy masterpieces with seasonal fruits, nuts, sauces, candies, and more. Each day, 32° churns at least 14 tongue-tickling flavors such as snicker doodle, cherry amaretto, caramel cluster, German chocolate cake, and New Orleans praline. Most yogurts are gluten free and are available in sugar-free, non-fat, and low-fat iterations. Cups of the creamy treat cost $0.45 per ounce, half the price of a gold brick but more than two times as charming at the dinner table as a gold bust of Garfield.
The cheerful sweet shop's clean, modern interior is speckled with bright-blue and yellow tiles, bringing to mind sunny summer picnics on the surface of a robin's egg. Escape guiltlessly to 32° to feast on a healthy frozen concoction just the way you like it, leaving blasé bags of peas to their intended purpose of reducing joint swelling after double-dutch smackdowns.
315 King St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29401Get Directions