Frozen yogurt is usually eaten with a spoon, whereas ice cream is usually licked off the cold steel of a dairy farmer's knife. Taste a dessert that's a cut above with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt and Treats
Swirl your own self-serve frozen yogurt ($0.45/oz.) in a rotating variety of flavors—such as juicy lemon, butterscotch, and dutch apple pie—and add your choice of fresh fruit, candy, and syrupy toppings. Espressos ($1.65), cappuccinos ($2.95), and smoothies ($3.80) quench thirsts.
Lancia Frozen Yogurt
Though John Lancia had a steady, successful career as a banker, he couldn't shake the fond memory of the days he spent in Italy during college, playing soccer, sipping espresso, and eating gelato at Sicilian cafés. Lancia Frozen Yogurt is the realization of John's longtime dream, where visitors can convene over frozen treats named one of the top three desserts in town by the Best of Chesterfield in 2012. Humming self-serve machines line the walls, churning out an ever-changing selection of more than 50 flavors of frozen yogurt—including some that are free of sugar, fat, and gluten—as well as traditional chocolate and vanilla ice cream. Colorful bins and bowls of nearly 60 toppings are on display, filled to the brim with candy, nuts, cereal, and fresh fruit.
The majority of the products featured—from the yogurts to the Fitz's sodas—come from local suppliers. The staff turns to the community for guidance when choosing its next yogurt flavors, tallying the votes of customers on a board and testing out new creations by placing bowls of yogurt in the forest and counting how many raccoons come running. A selection of ricotta-filled, chocolate-dipped cannolis and ricotta puffs satisfies sweet teeth without making them chatter. And to counter the chilliness of frozen yogurt, staff also serve up warm cups of handcrafted espresso, cappuccino, and latte drinks.