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upscale frozen dessert restaurant

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Putting my belly to rest...Pinkberry is perfecto

  • Oct 5, 2009
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There is nothing bad I can say about Pinkberry, which is very Ironic since when I first had Pinkberry a couple of years ago, I thought that it was awful. It was more perhaps because everyone was making such a big deal about it. I thought it was a little nuts that people were hailing Pinkberry so much, when regular Golden Spoon is sooo yummy.

In the meantime, my body was going through a revelation of tastes. Another day, I tried Pinkberry again earlier this year and my mind had metamorphasized, perhaps with the introduction of more fresh fruits and toppings.

My favorite is coconut with milk chocolate shavings and mango, please try this. I love the passion fruit with almonds and kiwi. I go to Pinkberry with the thought that I will have a new flavor, but the milk chocolate shavings call to me.

The mango is not always good, so you really have to see if they have that perfect shape and density before you choose mango pieces. Every trip to Pinkberry is different for me. It seems that no matter how full I could be from dinner or lunch that there is always room for the tart treat of Pinkberry. I really appreciate their introduction of fresh fruits into the yogurt arena. Although you can still get the unhealthy treats added, I think the wide variety of fresh fruit really helps people make a nutritious decision. Its way better than having ice cream or cheesecake for dessert.

I don't know if Pinkberry is just a California thing, but I think its a great dessert option for kids too. Mmmm....

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Quick Tip by . June 17, 2012
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Quick Tip by . April 25, 2012
Watch the sneaky serving size. It's actually less healthy than you think.
Quick Tip by . June 07, 2010
Love the tart flavor of the custard.
Quick Tip by . June 02, 2010
I don't know what this is, but it looks fantastic.
Quick Tip by . May 22, 2010
over rated
Quick Tip by . March 04, 2010
I'm pretty sure that there is some sort of illegal substance in Pinkberry fro yo, but I couldn't care less. I'm hopelessly addicted.
Quick Tip by . October 07, 2009
Pinkberry passion fruit is the perfect tart/sweet combo, and the texture is more like gelato, very thick and smooth.
review by . December 23, 2008
I like the idea behind Pinkberry: fresh frozen yogurt with very little sugar and some good toppings, like fresh fruits, candies, or chocolates. However, Pinkberry, in my opinion, is just way too overpriced. And for a long time, Pinkberry had just two flavors to choose from, neither of which was too appetizing, to me at least.    Thanks to Pinkberry, though, imitation yogurt places have been popping up everywhere. My favorite stores are ones where you self-serve everything, from …
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Pinkberry is a franchise of upscale frozen dessert restaurants headquartered in Los Angeles, California. There are currently 61 stores, mostly located in Southern California with thirteen in New York City.

The first store opened in January 2005 by Korean Americans Shelly Hwang and Young Lee.[1] The tart, frozen dessert has a groupie-like following who sometimes refer to it as "Crackberry"[1] (not to be confused with the BlackBerry, which has also been nicknamed the Crackberry). The company acknowledges its cult-like following by maintaining a "groupie corner" on its website. When the company was the subject of an American Express commercial for a new "Plum Card" aimed at mid-sized business owners in 2007, the commercial stated that "it's amazing how in just three years, [Hwang and Lee] created a cultural phenomenon".

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Cuisine: frozen yogurt
Attire: Casual

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