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  1. Looks like there are still more frozen yogurt chains coming to DC. From an article in the Wash Post about the yogurt trend and Tangysweet and Mr. Yogato:
  2. Okay, so I'm a total sucker for the frozen yogurt at Tangysweet. Are there any other places in the city that sell it? I know that Sweetgreen place in G'town does, but I'm hoping for closer to Metro Center/Gallery Place. Am having a huge craving right now. If I don't find any, the other option is to get ice cream at the Penn Quarter market... not a bad alternative --- [The following posts have been split into individual threads: TangySweet (WWZ) Mr. Yogato (Apples & Bananas) Yogun Fruz (cheezepowder) Red Mango (cheezepowder) Iceberry (cheezepowder) City Market (synaesthesia) Yogiberry (KeithA) Jonathan's Gourmet Deli (squidsdc) Greenberry's Coffee and Tea (cheezepowder)
  3. Found ourselves in Rockville today, doing some holiday shopping and needing a snack...out of the corner of my eye I spotted Greenberry on the other side of the plaza from Filene's. We thought we'd give it a try since we didn't have time for a "real" lunch! First, the women at the counter said they have only been open for about 2 weeks, and that this is the first franchise for Greenberry yogurt. Ever. She mentioned her brother-in-law and another sibling, I believe, came up with the recipe themselves and don't use any powders. She said that they are not affiliated with any other "berry" or froyo venture. So that makes me wonder if they are even related to the Greenberry Coffee and Tea? On to the taste--I must say, this is one of the best I've had...probably second to the froyo we had at Yogurtland in Hawaii this summer. Smooth, creamy, with no "dry" aftertaste. I had the original (tart but balanced) mixed with dark chocolate (intense), with marshmallow, chocolate Flake and candied pecans. Mr. S had the strawberry mixed with dark chocolate and said the strawberry was exceptional.
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