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.
Choose from Four Options
- $20 for one ornament-painting class with local artist D.K. Boljat with frozen yogurt on December 7 from 3–5 p.m. (a $40 value)
- $20 for one ornament-painting class with local artist D.K. Boljat with frozen yogurt on December 14 from 1–3 p.m. (a $40 value)
- $20 for one ornament-painting class with local artist D.K. Boljat with frozen yogurt on December 21from 3–5 p.m. (a $40 value)
- $10 for one punchcard for 10, 5-ounce yogurts (a $20.50 value)
Class includes all supplies needed to create your own original ornament. Customers who finish one ornament may choose to purchase another one to paint during the class for only $2. Clients may create ornaments for themselves or gift them to someone else. Click here to see the schedule.
Polar Bear Yogurt
Guests fill dishes with swirling medleys of frozen yogurt and toppings, taking advantage of the confectionery agency afforded by the self-serve stations at Polar Bear Yogurt. The kosher, locally sourced fro-yo comes in nonfat, lowfat, sugar-free, non-dairy sorbet, and original tart varieties, with flavors that rotate on a seasonal basis but may include wild berry, irish mint, dutch chocolate, or red velvet cake. Polar Bear Yogurt complements its dollops of subzero sweetness with iced coffee, Italian sodas, pies, and grilled paninis. In addition, the fro-yo emporium pays homage to the mammal from which it draws its name with technically inedible polar bear stuffed animals.
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