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. Share with current generations with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of frozen yogurt and café fare at Deli-Berry, a new, locally owned business on the northeast side of Albuquerque.
Deli-Berry's YoCream-brand Euro Tart frozen yogurt is utterly fat free and only 70 calories per 4-ounce serving. And like all good and just-frozen yogurt, it packs in plenty of bacterial cultures to aid digestion and make you feel more internally urbane. Deli-Berry's flavors are always changing and always delicious; previous tastes include cable car chocolate, praline 'n' cream, and Irish mint. Get a snack size of your favorite for $2.25, or a more respectable medium, which includes one topping ($5.25). If you're searching for more than dessert, scan the menu for the Duke City sandwich (turkey, swiss cheese, avocado, and green chile, $7.95) or a fruit and walnut salad ($6.95) with a cup of loose-leaf tea ($2.25).
Because Deli-Berry is a freshly hatched eatery, it's still searching for itself and wants to make its customers a part of that experience. The owners hope to host get-togethers and bedeck the walls with art by local artists. Give them a suggestion, such as "make the sun bigger," and they just might make it happen.