Like a child rapper’s album, frozen yogurt is cool and refreshing but can cause headaches if consumed too quickly. Try a new treat with today’s Groupon to MamboBerry. Choose from the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of anything on the menu, which ranges from $1–$10.
- For $10, you get a punch card good for three large smoothies made with frozen yogurt (a $21 value).
- For $15, you get a punch card good for five large frozen yogurts with two toppings (a $30 value).
Subzero sumptuousness sashays out of the kitchen at MamboBerry, where all-natural frozen yogurt, fresh fruit smoothies, and sandwiches on daily baked croissants extinguish hungry appetites. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options such as gourmet salads ($7.75) and gluten-free vegan tamales ($4 for two) help fashion an inclusive menu printed on paper from free-roaming trees. Avalanches of locally crafted tart White Mountain yogurt, the flavor of the day, or a twist combing both, tumble into cups, chased by a meteor shower of toppings culled from more than 30 dessert adornments. Breakfast cereals, such as Cap’n Crunch and granola, fresh fruit, such as mango pulp, and candies such as Ghirardelli caramel personalize each dollop of cup cargo. The unexpected duo of strawberry and basil tango into smoothie-gulping gullets, while orange creamsicle and raspberry lemonade smoothies provide straws with their recommended daily fruit intake. A dose of frozen yogurt ups smoothies’ creamy quotient, and supplements such as matcha green tea and multivitamins can be stirred in for a personalized sip. Aged brie dispatches sage wisdom to peppered bacon as they snuggle between a croissant sandwich’s layers of fresh basil and homemade peach jam.
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.