Frozen yogurt is a guilt-free treat, like a rerun of Cops in which all the criminals learned a lesson and later became librarians. Tell your taste buds to "freeze!" with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $9 for a punch card for 5, 10-ounce servings of açaí ice cream or self-serve yogurt (a $19.50 value)
- $19 for a punch card for 10, 10-ounce servings or açaí ice cream or self-serve yogurt (a $39 value)
- $599 for a catered party at Harbor Village for up to 30 people (a $1,495 value)
Punch cards can be used all in one visit or spread out over several visits. Flavors include passion fruit, tiramisu, and seasonal pumpkin pie, and toppings include fresh fruit, nuts, candies, and specialty add-ons, such as mochi and cookie dough.
At catered parties, up to 30 guests choose from a variety of prearranged flavor options before diving spoon-first into 10-ounce frozen yogurts, which can be outfitted with candies, sweets, fruits, nuts, and syrups at an included toppings bar. In between bites, a five-in-one combination children's jump house works up appetites, and gift bags send everyone home happy. Catered parties are hosted at Harbor Village in Half Moon Bay or at another approved coastal location within 10 miles for additional travel costs.
BrazzleBerry injects an extra dose of mmm into summer and every other season with its arsenal of customizable frozen treats. Swirling a healthier alternative to classic sweets, and inspired by Brazilian culture, BrazzleBerry spreads a smorgasbord of ingredients before customers, who can decide their own portion size and tweak their creations with an assortment of toppings that includes fresh fruits, nuts, and candies. Four staple yogurts—açaí, chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry—join a rotating selection of 22 other all-natural flavors, each of which pours smoothly from self-serve machines just as oil pours from a robot’s tear ducts every time it passes a scrap yard. To extend their health-minded mission even further, BrazzleBerry lures spoons into oatmeal creations and açaí bowls which are flush with antioxidants.
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