Frozen desserts have sustained many of history's most notable explorers and were perhaps most famously Neil Armstrong's sole sustenance during his historic trip to the Earth's molten core. Fuel your own journeys with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of frosty treats at Juicy Green. This deal is good for Juicy Green's Norcross location on Peachtree Corners Circle and the Atlanta store on Highland Avenue Northeast.
Juicy Green's owners spent about a year in Korea mastering the production of frozen yogurt, an icy delicacy they serve up alongside gelato and fresh-fruit smoothies. Guests can pair the tart and tangy taste of plain, green tea, and pomegranate fro-yo with a toppings menu that shifts routinely, but may include tongue ticklers such as Coco Puffs, blackberry, kiwi, and Oreo. At 70 calories and zero grams of fat per 4-oz. serving (without toppings), the chilly treat ($2.95, plus $0.95 for up to three toppings) is also capable of imparting the guilt-free thrill that can only be attained via fat-free sweets and in-home jaywalking. Made with homemade yogurt, the frozen yogurt is free of both additives and preservatives. When blended with fresh fruit and consumed through a straw as a smoothie ($4.95), it leaves hands free for interpretive steel-drum solos.
For the yogophobic, Juicy Green's gelato comes in a number of regularly shuffled flavors, including panna cotta, alpen caramel, green apple, and mango. Just like the fro-yo, the gelato ($3.95) tends to be low on calories and can be sculpted to resemble nearly any member of the house of Tudor.
- It is a light, tart, refreshing softserve dessert that you top with fresh fruit or cereal. I love it with fruity pebbles - seriously! Or the kiwi if its [sic] in season. – Jessica T., for the Peachtree Parkway location
- I don't crave desserts much, but I am glad to know that there is a place I can go to for a treat every now and then :) – Aces M., for the Highland Avenue location
- Customer service was great. They go out of their way to accomadate [sic] their patrons. – Benjamin K., for the Peachtree Parkway location