If the cruel temptations of the Play-Doh Fun Factory taught the world anything, it's that mouthwatering creations are more gratifying when they're actually edible. Swoop face-first into a plateful of hot or icy eats with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of soups, salads, sandwiches, and frozen treats at Counter Culture Frozen Yogurt, located in the Oak Hill Shopping Center near the intersection of West U.S. Highway 290 and West William Cannon Drive.
Serving up piping-hot and piping-cold sandwiches alongside soups, salads, and froyo-based fare, Counter Culture sates unruly appetites with an extensive menu of treats. The yogurt utopia offers a rotating-cast of frozen yogurt flavors, available in five sizes ($2.29–$7.99), and ready for ornamentation with a variety of fruit, nut, and sweet toppings. Scale the creamy swirls and icy peaks of the house specialty Humphrey Yogart, a tangy amalgamation of fresh fruit, granola, and honey ($5.49–$6.39), or sample the eatery's line of flavors that contain only 8 calories per ounce, a healthier alternative to Cheetos-flavored ice cream and frozen sticks of butter. Keep your body's dessert content in check by introducing some sandwich sustenance, such as a toasty steak and cheese ($5.39) or a cool avocado delight ($5.29), packed with lightly seasoned avocado dressed in mayonnaise, sprouts, tomato, and lettuce and swathed in a jacket of wheat bread. Give hardworking kids a break from their after-school jobs doing your taxes with a peanut-butter-and-jelly ($2.85) or grilled-cheese sandwich ($2.85).