What You'll Get
Unlike checking accounts, yogurt is better when frozen and devoid of cash deposits from philanthropic strangers. Engage in tasty transactions with today’s Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of self-serve frozen yogurt and more at Yolotti Frozen Yogurt.
Yolotti brings the inner dessert alchemists out of everyday eaters with a flavorsome rainbow of self-serve frozen yogurts and toppings. Packed with active yogurt cultures, and weighing in at about 30 calories per ounce, Yolotti’s frozen yogurt blurs the line between healthy and heavenly. Like a dessert-slinging tilt-o-whirl, this cabana for chilled confections rotates an array of 16 flavors that include standard and seasonal varietals, such as classic tart, key lime, and red-velvet cake, as well as sugar-free and dairy-free selections. Shingle creamy creations with wholesome kiwi cubes and rice-cake bits or flash back to childhood with a rubble of bubble gum and animal cookies drizzled in peanut-butter syrup. Each magnum opus is charged at $0.35 per ounce—about half the cost and twice the pleasure of appeasing a tempestuous parking meter—typically totaling about $4 per person. Bottomless cups of freshly brewed coffee ($1.29) thaw iced palates, and soft drinks ($1.29) and house-made cookies ($1.29) promise a more molecularly stable form of sweetness.
With its bright, fruit-tattooed walls, comfortable seating, dueling televisions, and free WiFi, Yolotti provides the perfect setting for an afternoon of beating the heat or cryogenically freezing your brain for posterity. Be sure to check out Yolotti's Facebook page to get updates on its status or potential Hansel and Gretel–themed flash-mob gatherings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Yolotti Frozen Yogurt
As delicious as frozen yogurt is, Mike and Patty D'Onofrio knew that its tastiness, in and of itself, wasn't enough to build an entire restaurant chain from. Until they considered self-service—letting customers choose their flavor and customize it with toppings that range from indulgent candy to fresh fruit. This became the cornerstone of Yolotti Frozen Yogurt.
But they didn't stop there; they also opted for more health-conscious recipes, such as kosher yogurt free of gluten, fat, and added sugar, as well as dairy-free sorbet. The Yolotti yogurt is also infused with six live and active cultures that promote digestive health.
People can marvel over their creations in a cafe spilling over with free WiFi and board games such as Risk and Trivial Pursuit—both of which are traditionally used to determine the outcome of presidential debates in the event of a tie.