What You'll Get
Swan dive into a billowy sea of creamy sweetness and splash amid bobbing berries with today's Groupon: $5 for $10 worth of frozen yogurt concoctions at the recently opened FreshBerry in the Park Lane development. Cool, creamy, naturally sweet, and low in calories, the wares at FreshBerry are a refreshing treat after yoga, before fencing, or during intermission at the opera.
FreshBerry is new to the Dallas area, and with its amazing freshness, it brings a healthy option to the calorie-loaded ice cream and deep-fried Snickers bars everyone enjoys. With more than 25 toppings, fruit, and tart yogurt, you can put together hundreds of combinations of delicious, wholesome goodness.
Check out the FreshBerry for a jungle of fruit-flavored options. Choose among frozen-yogurt tastes such as strawberry, pomegranate, açai berry, and mango, then crown it with up to three majestic toppings including blackberries, blueberries, Oreo, pineapple, and M&Ms ($3.99 for a small). If a man dressed like a doctor recommended you consume yogurt through a straw, slurp up a custom smoothie flavored with up to two fruits ($4.49, add a third fruit for $.79); if you never had a conversation with that man and prefer biting into a cold, sweet treat, grab a less-than-100-calorie Fresh Pop ($2.19) and enjoy stick-yogurt.
Yelpers give FreshBerry three stars:
- Flavors I have tried are the pomegranate, mango, and acaiberry. They were all delish & i recommend them! The topping choices are great... – Brittny S.
- The decor inside is similar to that of orange cup; mod, various shades of orange and white...I really thought I was going to be handed some small cup with a dollop of fro-yo but they were definitely generous! – Ariza S.
How to Order Yogurt the Rude Way
FreshBerry rival RudeGurt has a unique service concept: They will only serve customers who earn their respect by being extremely rude. Put aside your normally respectful tone and follow this guide to ordering at RudeGurt:
Don’t Say: May I order a medium-sized frozen yogurt, please? Thank you.
Do Say: Yogurt now, you lowly milksop! Quickly, before my temper turns hot.
Don’t Say: Could I please have gummi bears and strawberries in my yogurt?
Do Say: Take heed, you work-shy halfwit. Gelatinized bears and unwilted strawberries must be incorporated, lest my feverous rage, which once prompted a diplomatic incident in Prague, be unchained.
Don’t Say: Thank you for the excellent service. I welcome the opportunity to contribute to your tip jar.
Do Say: Your somnolent brain dares request remittance? Tremble, foolish toiler, for your sly tongue has persuaded my heart in ways most unforeseen. Take these monies from my giving hand and regard the remainder as remuneration for respect proficiently earned.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 24, 2010. Amount paid never expires. No purchase limit. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.