Tutti Frutti started the wave on Rte 40 early this year with the by-the-ounce tart frozen yogurt. I spooned Tutti Frutti up and posted about it. But we have come a long way since then. Yogi Castle opened in the shopping center with Sergio's Jewelers. Then Iceberry opened in the Mars shopping center. And, last I heard, there were still signs in the Bethany Center for Pink Beach Yogurt & Cafe -- with promises of frozen yogurt, crepes and "Korean snow balls."
(Update: See the comments for reviews, including Kimi's comprehensive head-to-head. Pink Beach appears to be open.)
So what do you think? Any reviews? Any comparisons? Any news on this Pink Beach -- which I'm glad to hear will be next to Rainpia, not a replacement. Little Audrey wrote that Yogi's Castle was a bit more expensive, but had a dozen flavors. Dave has gone big at Yogi Castle -- enough visits that he already misses a "Eurotart" flavor:
Let me start by saying that my wife and I were absolutely thrilled when we discovered this place! We visited many times over the subsequent weeks and brought everyone we knew there. Both of us are transplanted west coasters and great fans of tart frozen yogurt.
Yogi Castle is a fantastic place that I'm sure any frozen yogurt fan will absolutely love. I encourage everyone to go. Just know that until eurotart comes back you will not be getting their best! It is because of this that I beg of you one simple thing. WHEN YOU GET TO THE REGISTER ASK WHO EVER IS BEHIND THE COUNTER WHEN EUROTART IS GOING TO BE BACK!!! If enough people ask maybe they will listen and Yogi Castle will be just a little better and healthier for it.