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What You'll Get
It’s amazing how much frozen yogurt can taste like ice cream, considering how poorly regular yogurt stands in for cream as a coffee additive. Enjoy yogurt’s finest form with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $4 for $8 worth of frozen yogurt and bubble tea
- $20 for five $8 vouchers for frozen yogurt and bubble tea (a $40 total value)
Guests serve themselves cupfuls of frozen yogurt, selecting from the 10 rotating flavors such as birthday cake, coconut, no-sugar added praline, and mango sorbet with toppings such as fresh fruit or coconut jelly, all weighed at $0.44 an ounce. Other homemade, seasonal flavors include lychee, taro, and almond. For slurpable treats, guests can indulge in a bubble tea or milk tea with boba or jelly in flavors such as honey, mango, or cappuccino ($3 for 16 oz.).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of gift cards. Single-voucher option must be used in one visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Matcha Frozen Yogurt
Inlaid between bright-green tiles, Matcha Frozen Yogurt’s self-serve banks pour out 10 frozen-yogurt flavors from a list that includes gluten-free, sugar-free, nonfat, and nondairy options. The independent shop’s flavors rotate periodically, filling 16-ounce cups with everything from classic alpine vanilla to new york cheesecake and hawaiian pineapple, all of which are certified kosher and contain digestion-aiding live natural yogurt cultures. More than 60 toppings, including fresh fruit, coconut jelly, and mochi, dance atop frosty surfaces like Olympic figure skaters covered in fire ants, and each hefty helping is priced by the ounce.
Inside, white folding chairs surround matching white tables that rest between tangerine and lime-green walls. Sunlight pours through Matcha's large storefront window, gently warming patrons, illuminating glistening, fresh toppings, and melting the arms off of Venus de Milo yogurt sculptures.