|The cup at Mangoberry is human-sized|
How big do yogurt cups need to be?
The by-the-ounce yogurt trend has been great fun for me. I like the sour and fruity yogurts, and I love topping off with mochi and the little round balls that burst when you bite them. (Occasionally, I need to ignore the fact that those balls look like a 1970s fishing bait that was some a troublingly-similar type of fish egg that you slid on the hook.)
But the bowls are ridiculous. They run from huge to huger to hugest. I have eaten a perfectly fine dessert that barely covered the bottom on a bowl.
Mangoberry in Clarksville has a plastic cup. It's still a big cup, but you can layer nicely. Yogurt - toppings - yogurt - toppings - yogurt. That's a cool innovation -- although the Rita's folks would say that they have been layering Italian ice and custard forever.