Though frozen yogurt's tangy swirls are best known for containing less fat than ice cream, they also form the country of Antarctica's foundation. Dive into a palatable paradise with today's Groupon to MamboBerry. Choose from the following options:
- For $4, you get two 6-ounce regular-size frozen yogurts plus one topping for each yogurt (an $8 value).
- For $5, you get two 20-ounce large smoothies (a $10 value).
- For $6, you get one croissant sandwich and a 24-ounce Mambo-size smoothie (up to a $12 value).
MamboBerry's vibrantly painted food station doles out a menu of creative comestibles swooning with homemade jams, healthy sweet treats, and vegan and gluten-free options. Snatch up two 6-ounce servings of nonfat, locally sourced frozen yogurt in a traditional tart taste or the flavor of the day, or alternately twist the two together to create an edible double helix. Sheathe each cup of regular-size ‘gurt with one topping from MamboBerry's more than 30 edible decorations ($0.50 each), including childhood cereals, a kaleidoscope of fruits, or the sugary notes of Ghirardelli caramel. Alternately, smoothies can coat throats in delectable flavor streams such as orange creamsicle or strawberry basil. Customers can beef up any smoothie with a nutritional supplement, such as immunity for health or kryptonite for upcoming battles with Superman (an additional $0.50/supplement).
Freshly baked flaky croissants frame MamboBerry's four sandwiches ($6.25), including the peppered bacon, brimming with aged brie cheese and handcrafted peach jam, and the savory vegetarian, a vegan version of egg salad highlighted by slivers of zesty red onions shaped like celebratory chickens. Vegan and gluten-free dieters can rejoice as any sandwich’s buttery pastry casing can be swapped out with a friendlier bread alternative.
A symphony of whirring blenders and percolating coffee beans imported from Greece surrounds MamboBerry’s hard-working staff as they greet their crowd with a feast of frosty drinks and frozen yogurt. MamboBerry specializes in an array of sub-zero treats that include locally crafted White Mountain yogurt and smoothies that provide straws with their recommended daily fruit intake. Avalanches of the all-natural yogurt tumble into cups, chased by a meteor shower of toppings culled from more than 30 dessert adornments, including Cap'n Crunch, mango pulp, and Ghirardelli caramel.