Making a good sandwich, like removing a child’s head from between stair balusters, requires delicate handling and a lot of mayonnaise. Marvel at skilled condiment usage with today’s Groupon to Sweet Marley’s Frozen Yogurt and Sandwich Bar in Fredericksburg. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get combo sandwich meals for two (up to an $8.98 value each) plus two cups of frozen yogurt (a $4 value each; up to a $25.96 total value).
- For $24, you get combo sandwich meals for four (up to an $8.98 value each) plus four cups of frozen yogurt (a $4 value each; up to a $51.92 total value).</p>
Sweet Marley’s Frozen Yogurt and Sandwich Bar’s team of meal mavens dishes up eponymous offerings in a casual café with ample indoor and outdoor seating. Their sandwich menu boasts a variety of bread-swaddled fare including: a turkey sandwich that blends dill havarti cheese and cranberry mayo with a spring mix, a ham sandwich that snuggles smoked gouda and bosc pear betwixt a baguette, or a texas club corralling bacon, cheddar, and ham within the confines of texas toast for a rodeo of flavors more American than a George Washington and Nick Nolte buddy-cop film.
All sandwiches can convert into hot paninis on request, and bread-scorners can savor identical ingredient combinations in the form of a leafy salad or sleek wrap. Complement handheld feasts with a drink and a side, such as broccoli salad or a fruit cup. Noshers then swirl up to eight yogurt flavors into a cup and adorn their creation with more than 50 topping choices. Free WiFi and an outdoor turf area for kids encourage families to linger over their treats and dissect the architectural merits of granola-encrusted dairy spires.
Inspired by their young daughter Marley’s struggles to battle the rare genetic condition rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata, the owners of Sweet Marley’s endeavor to raise awareness of the condition. Five percent of their net proceeds go directly to the Rhizokids International Foundation, dedicated to funding research.
Sweet Marley's Frozen Yogurt and Sandwich Bar
Jonathan and Crystal Bedford honor their daughter at Sweet Marley's Frozen Yogurt and Sandwich Bar, lending her name to their sanctuary of healthful treats and youth play space. Behind a green awning, cooks stuff fillings such as black forest ham, bosc pears, and dill havarti into six types of bread and flour tortillas, which they spice with inventive condiments such as cranberry or pesto mayo. The lunch menu is fresh and flexible, as all 13 sandwiches may be tossed into their three salads drizzled with homemade dressing or sliced in half and paired with the daily soup.
In the afternoon, a self-serve bar of more than 100 frozen-yogurt toppings such as chocolate and nuts spreads out to add sweet finales to meals. Sweet Marley's has partnered with Dublin Bottling Works to offer soda-flavored yogurt including Triple XXX Rootbeer and Orange Cream, as well as Ranch Road Roasters to offer mocha and Mexican vanilla latte flavored yogurts. They also have a mobile yogurt trailer that appears at various events in Texas, including Wildseed Farms in Fredericksburg.
Above Sweet Marley's white bungalow, the leaves of tall pecan trees block the sun's rays and penchant for taking satisfaction surveys from the yard's sandbox and nearby alfresco tables. The Bedfords created their eatery as a haven for happy toddlers, and also donate a percentage of their catering and café revenue to Rhizo Kids International, which conducts research for their daughter's rare genetic condition. The second-annual Miles for Marley 5k is scheduled for April 20.