Frozen yogurt, much like a trim figure and the ability to shoot fire from your fingers, is a wonderful treat for healthy people. Enjoy the sweet benefits with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $12 worth of chilly treats and tasty toppings at Taste Yogurt Bar in Greensboro.
Taste Yogurt Bar freezes patrons in their tracks with a rotating roster of 10 yogurt flavors and more than 50 toppings. Tasters commence construction by grabbing hungry cups (paper, or waffle for $1 extra) and stuffing them under dispensers, which offer gifts of frozen yogurt, tarts, and sorbets. Though the flavor selection changes, tongues might stumble upon spoon fillers as varied as birthday cake, white-chocolate mousse, mango sorbet, or blueberry tart. All selections are either low- or nonfat, infused with immune-boosting active cultures, and high in calcium. Once chilly bases are fully dressed in accessories such as gummy bears, peanut-butter chips, fresh seasonal fruit, crunchy granola, and various nuts, cups are weighed, appraised ($0.45/oz.), and minted by the government for use as national currency. The sky-blue ceilings and full-length windows lining the front of Taste Yogurt Bar coddle snackers onto cloud nine, which is well known as the sky’s most comfortable cloud. Watermelon and tangerine walls and a party room in the back sweeten the space, and a huge chalkboard gives kids a place to draw or direct impromptu board meetings.
Taste Yogurt Bar
Taste Yogurt Bar's 10 self-serve frozen-yogurt dispensers dish out low- and nonfat treats from a rotating lineup of flavors. With its active cultures, which can aid the immune system, frozen yogurt is a calcium-rich, healthy alternative to ice cream. Taste's 10 stations include tarts and sorbets, and guests can blend flavors such as cookies and cream, sea salt caramel pretzel, and moon pie in any combination they like. After the yogurt decisions have been made, it's all about the toppings: there are more than 60 options for fresh fruits, candy, and cereals, the same number of senators needed to break a filibuster—which might just be a senator eating fro-yo at the podium.
2417-D Lawndale Dr.
Greensboro, North Carolina 27408