At a frozen-yogurt place you can serve yourself, which is nice if you are one of those people who loves pressing down levers and watching the yogurt pile up all twisty. Have fun with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $175 for catering for a private party of up to 100 people (a $350 value)
- $5 for $10 worth of self-serve frozen yogurt
Customers mix and match their own creations from an extensive collection of flavors ($0.45/ounce) including blueberry açaí, cake batter, strawberry lemonade, and root-beer float. The shop offers gluten-free, nondairy, and low-fat flavors, all of which are paired with a host of fruit and candy toppings. The shop recently opened a new location in University Park Mall offering an oasis to weary holiday shoppers, and operates a kosher-certified store in Erskine Village. Party catering includes a fully staffed yogurt bar with eight flavors. Staff personally serves each guest and draws from more than 50 toppings.
Let's Spoon Frozen Yogurt
Let's Spoon Frozen Yogurt invites guests to forge their own creamy and crunchy desserts from an array of self-serve options. The staff unveils new flavors daily, taking an online poll on the website to see what flavors customers most want to see next and which celebrity they'd most like to spoon feed it to. Once guests choose a non-fat, no-sugar, or dairy free yogurt, they then visit the toppings bar to load up on plentiful candy and fruit toppings, then plop their creations on a scale to have them priced by the ounce.
93% of 204 customers recommend
“Kids cups are great!”
“Best frozen yogurt I ever had. I normally do not like chocolate frown yogurt, but this one was really good. The toppings were perfect. They even had specials for kids...”
“Best frozen yogurt I ever had. I normally do not like chocolate frown yogurt, but this one was really good. The toppings were perfect. They even had specials for kids 8 and under. I loved it! My 4 kids did as well!”
“I enjoyed my experience at Let's Spoon and found the staff to be very friendly and welcoming. ”