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What You'll Get
Frozen yogurt is used to delight taste buds, unlike boiling yogurt, which is used to stop invaders from scaling gingerbread castles. Harness the benefits of this powerful treat with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get a punch card good for five 12-ounce cups of frozen yogurt at Yolotti Frozen Yogurt, valid on South Peoria Avenue or Riverside Parkway (up to a $25 value).
Yolotti Frozen Yogurt's eight frosty machines dispense swirling servings of 16 dulcet flavors of yogurt and sorbet, including gluten- and fat-free options, as well as no-sugar-added varities, before handfuls of fresh fruits and candies tumble down each cupful's creamy peak. One punch card fills bellies with five 12-ounce cups of dairy varieties such as harvest peach, caramel cream, and Sumatra vanilla. Key-lime sorbet marries hints of sweet and sour, and seasonal flavors such as Egg Nog Lover, gingerbread, and pumpkin-pie summon up memories of liquid-diet holidays. Chilly customers scoop up their choice of toppings from the treasure trove of ripe blackberries and bananas or crumbly pieces of Kit Kats and Oreo cookies. After pleasing palates, each yogurt infuses bodies with six live and active cultures, promoting digestive health. Between bites, guests can check email over the free WiFi or challenge each other to rousing bouts of Risk, Trivial Pursuit, or other board games traditionally used to determine the outcome of presidential debates in the event of a tie.
Each punch is good for up to $5 of frozen yogurt, cookies, soft drinks, or coffee. Groupon purchasers can use each punch on their punch card for any food or beverage item up to $5.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. 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.