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frozen yogurt- DFW

Does anyone know if anyone in the DFW area offers the tart, nonfat frozen yogurt (Pinkberry, Red Mango) that is all the hype in California and New York? Here's a story from the New York Times about it.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/27/din...

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  1. Berry Berry in Addison at Belt Line and Midway is from that genre. I think it's pretty good, although I can't speak to other flavors beyond the original. They have a good selection of toppings, fruit usually seems reasonably fresh. Comfy chairs, too!

    http://www.berryberryyogurt.com/

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    1. re: babar

      there is a new gelato / frozen yogurt shop called Natsumi that is opening up in the Shops on Henderson (former Jerry's Supermercado). It is modeled after Pinkberry.

      1. re: carousel

        Good call Carousel. Natsumi is excellent. They're in the "soft opening phase", but I believe they open for real this coming Wednesday. I had some gelato/sorbet there on Saturday and I thought it was quite tasty.

        I think that whole strip is going to rock. Fish City Grill has some of the cleanest, freshest tasting oysters in town and I CAN'T WAIT for Sushi Axiom to open. I peeked through the windows and that place is going to be knocked-out awesome.

        Anyone else out there familiar with what else is going on in the Shops on Henderson?

        1. re: Epicurious Esquire

          Would agree with what has been said about Natsumi. Went in Sunday evening, and to my surprise, yogurt and gelato was free.

          I had the plain yogurt with fresh strawberries and mango. This was my first experience with "tart" frozen yogurt, and I loved it. My wife and daughter split a white chocolate gelato. They raved. I swiped a small taste and liked it as well...but preferred the yogurt. The gelato was creamier than other gelatos I have had here in town, but again, it was very good. I will go back soon.

          1. re: Epicurious Esquire

            Beside Natsumi gelato + frozen yogurt, the following shops are already opened or about to be opened on Henderson are Paciunella Italian Restaurant, the Fish City Grill, Sushi Axiom and the Capitol Pub, the hair salon and the GLO. I am still not sure what the GLO is (looks like a club)? Does any one know what the GLO stand for ?

            1. re: yofan123

              Glo Lounge.

              It's an ultralounge, specializing in bottle service. It's owned by the guy that used to own Sunset Lounge.

              There are a couple of other spaces that are currently being finished out. Looking forward to what they might be.

              1. re: Epicurious Esquire

                at what point does something become an "ultralounge"

      2. In addition to the ones they mentioned, there a place in Southlake on the main drag called Dragon Berry. I'd recommend Berry Berry first though. It's smoother and It's more likely to be genuine yogurt, because Dragon Berry calls their plain yogurt "original tangy." Berry Berry occasionally offers a Green Tea flavor, but it tastes distinctively of Nestea from a can. I'd stick with the "Yogo" or nothing at all. Both shop's fruit topping always look a bit dessicated, but Berry Berry at least offers little Mochi bites which go very well with the plain. You get to pay the beverly hills price at both though. A medium at Berry Berry is about 3.50 with no toppings.

        1. Bliss frozen yogurt in Lewisville beats berry berry hands down. small independent and simple. They have 2 flavors that rotate, if you can get the peach or passionfruit they rock. THey have great fresh fruit toppings, way fresher than the sad pale 3 day old fruit mix topping I had at berry berry. They even have fresh pomegranate seeds, yum.
          It's in the plaza on the corner of 121 and 35 where best buy and twin peaks are. I highly recommend them, speaking from a "I may have to seek rehab for my yogurt addiction" point of view. Again the name is Bliss. cheers

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          1. re: ginger7949

            I agree with ginger7949!

            Bliss Frozen Yogurt is much better than Berry Berry in Addison. I 1st tried out Berry Berry with high hopes because I just came back from L.A where they have Pinkberry. I was very disappointed. The Yogurts does not have any taste. I tried Bliss Frozen Yogurt in Lewisville is it's was much better.

            1. re: prada0212

              Did you try the plain (at Berry Berry)? the flavored ones are all made with artificial sweetener and do not use the same base.

              1. re: kindofabigdeal

                I tried both the plain and the flavored.

              2. re: prada0212

                I would disagree that BerryBerry has no taste, but Bliss does taste better. It's just more "yogurty." I think that BerryBerry has a much better texture. The bliss yogurt i got was icy like a sorbet (though I've only been once), and every time I've gotten the plain at BerryBerry (about 5 times) it has been smooth like soft serve, while still having good flavor. Overall I still prefer BerryBerry, but just barely.

                1. re: kindofabigdeal

                  KOABD, have you been to Natsumi? I have not been to Bliss or BerryBerry.

                  1. re: kindofabigdeal

                    I had Bliss for the first time last night in Frisco (SE corner of 121/Preston) and I prefer Berry Berry. Bliss was tangier, but the texture was grainy instead of smooth like at Berry Berry. I also had Pinkberry over the weekend while in NYC and really enjoyed it - the fruit was much bigger and ripe than what we get here locally.

                2. re: ginger7949

                  I third the rec for Bliss. My wife and I shared the small plain as we thought it would go better with toppings. The toppings selections (we skipped the cereal and nut options) and went for the fruit. There was about 6-7 choices: raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, mango, banana and kiwi...maybe one or two more. This was all fresh fruit and not from a can or suspended in a syrup. The young lady behind the counter was very generous with our mango topping, well worth the $0.85 a scoop. The mango was to the perfect ripeness. For $3.55 it was a nice way to round of an evening. The store hours are 9 or 10 am to 11pm every night. We talked to the young lady (Korean or Japanese) for a while and asked her about the store. She stated that there are two other locations one in Cedar Hill, I would imagine in the new center along 67, and in Plano close to CCCC on the east side. She said they don't have a website and their wasn't a menu. I believe they have a fruit flavor that changes daily. The place is modern in the design with 60's retro bar stools and to match the tables. There are two comfy couches and 4-6 leather love seats. Other than these accoutrements the place is pretty spartan, perhaps they might add wi-fi, TV or music.

                  1. re: LewisvilleHounder

                    the owner of Bliss introduced himself some months ago on dallasfood.org:

                    http://dallasfood.org/modules.php?nam...

                    more details on Bliss here:

                    http://www.pegasusnews.com/news/2007/...

                3. I've been going to Natsumi fairly regularly. It rocks. I love the decor - everytime I walk in I feel like I'm entering a spaceship or some such.

                  I had the ACE of Hearts smoothie the other day and it rocked. Raspberries, Strawberries and Goji Berries. Super delicious, slightly tart and ultrahealthy.

                  The Pink Guava sorbet is delicious, as is everything else I've had. I'm not familiar with some of the other local concepts listed in this thread, but I have been to Pinkberry (only 1 time) in LA, and I think Natsumi compares very favorably.

                  Anyone else been recently?

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                  1. re: Epicurious Esquire

                    I agree w/ E. Esq. Great design and great gelato. Have yet to try the frozen yogurt but will do so in the near future.

                    1. re: carousel

                      carousel and E. Esq you two absolutely right. I checked out Natsumi and I think the design is the best in Dallas. I tried the Chocolate+Almond Gelato and I like it more than any other Gelato place I've ever been to. I love the Natsumi Gelato so much that I never had a chance to try the Frozen Yogurt yet...maybe next visit.

                      1. re: yofan123

                        wow, yofan123, that's awesome that you joined chowhound just so you could share your enthusiasm for Natsumi! so you say you like it more than any other Gelato place and the design is the "best in dallas"? better than, say, adam tihany's design of charlie palmer? or better even than fountain place by i.m. pei? it must be pretty darn fabulous to get that kind of rave! wow.

                  2. there's this place in southlake called DRAGON BERRIES, it's the yummiest yogurt i have ever tasted. i love the ORIGINAL TART, freshest fruits. they also serve smoothies and BOBA tea (mmmm..;). my fav is the original tart with strawberries and mango..anyway i heard they were opening another one up in Arlington this summer. i frequent DRAGON BERRIES with my husband several times a week.

                    KOABD, I would have to disagree with you, DB does sell genuine yogurt. It's not the powder mixes (which I don't think have live cultures and thus cannot be called yogurt). They have fresh fruits daily. On several occassions I have seen them cut up the fruits to refill their toppings table. Berry Berry's strawberries taste like they've added some sort of sweetener and does not taste fresh.

                    What's great is at Dragon Berries, you pay for what you get...literally. You fill up as much as you want and then pay only $0.50/oz, toppings and all.

                    http://www.dragonberriesyogurt.com

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                    1. re: morechoos

                      I'm glad you've confirmed that, but I never said they don't have yogurt, the name "original tart" just made me wonder. With regards to what is actual yogurt or not, as long as it is cultured by actual bacteria it is yogurt. Their presence in the final product doesn't really matter, and even the frozen yogurt of TCBY and such places is genuine yogurt. For me it all comes down to taste. When I stopped by there they didn't have any made so I wasn't able to get more than a sample-spoonfull. What I did have was a bit icier, like I think bliss is (though some disagree). Of course, this may be appealling to some.

                      1. re: kindofabigdeal

                        I'm sure it's named "original tart" to emphasize that the yogurt is similar to Pinkberry, which has a tart flavor.

                        I'm from LA, so I'm curious to try this place and compare it to Pinkberry, Red Mango and Yogurtland. First thing I'll look for: To see if they have fresh strawberries and mochi in their toppings bar. Bonus points if they have Fruity Pebbles.

                        1. re: FiveDanFive

                          I've only seen mochi at Berry Berry, but I haven't been to natsumi. I think you'll find fruity pebbles at Bliss. I'm pretty sure I saw cocoa pebbles at least. None of the fruit at any of the places struck me as particularly fresh, but its february of course.

                    2. Comparison of Bliss, DragonBerry, BerryBerry, Natsumi:
                      I've finished the yogurt grand slam. I would have to compare them side by side to give a complete comparison, but here's my general impression. BerryBerry has the smoothest texture. Close behind this is Natsumi and the other two well behind. Natsumi's It's more like a loose sorbetto, whereas BerryBerry's it light and smooth, almost like soft-serve. I'm not really sure which I prefer, to be honest. I would not be surprised to find out that BerryBerry was using some sort of stabilizer, such as carrageenan or agar to achieve this texture. For flavor, Natsumi and Bliss are the clear winners, with one major difference. I don't know this for a fact, but the body of the Natsumi yogurt tasted as if they were using whole milk, or at least 2% milk yogurt, whereas Bliss may be using a fat free milk. The extra fat certainly adds some body, but drowns out the depth of a the flavor a bit. Bliss screams out with yogurtiness and Natsumi's is tempered, although the characteristic lactobacillic flavor is still very present. On the other hand, Dragonberry and BerryBerry both have a less multidimensional flavor. Your topping options are most prevalent at BerryBerry, and they get a major plus for having mochi, which I haven't noticed anywhere else. DragonBerry has quite a few options, while Bliss and Natsumi have far fewer. If you're looking for fresh fruits, the only place i would consider paying a buck per topping is Natsumi, whose fruit looked moist, which is do to a unique storage container. All the prices are comporable. The more vertical cup I got at Natsumi led me to think that I may have been getting more for my $3, but that may be more of a mind game, as there was the characteristic frozen yogurt cave in the middle of the swirls.

                      It should be clear that my personal favorites are BerryBerry and Natsumi. All things considered (including Natsumi's modern, bright, but not sterile, design) I would pick them over the others. None of them of better or worse enough that it'd warrant a drive across town, unless your just curious, or nuts (like me).

                      Side note: Gelato:

                      This is why I'd drive across town, and you should too. I love Pacuigo. I think they have wonderful flavors, and they make true gelato, not just relabeled ice cream. However, I'd drive past five Pacuigos to get to Natsumi if the samples I had last night are representative of all their Gelati. I tried Pistachio, Green Tea, and because my friend is now "low-carb," half of her Tiramisu. The Pistachio had a pure nutty flavor with the slight acidity of pistachios. The Green Tea may have been nothing more than just matcha powder, but it was better than any other Green Tea ice desserts I've had. It was bright and grassy. The Tiramisu was less of a standout, but the coffee had a rich roasted flavor that was a bit of an undercurrent to a strong boozy flavor. I didn't get a chance to ask them about how they produce their gelati (milk only?), but the clarity of the flavors suggest that they are not supplementing with cream, or at least not a significant amount. They have a handful of unique flavors, and I really hope that they branch out to some of the more interesting flavors like Pacuigo has been trying.

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                      1. re: kindofabigdeal

                        kindofabigdeal -- Thanks for writing that. I live maybe 5-10 minutes from Natsumi, so I have no idea why I haven't tried their yogurt yet. I'll have to roll by soon, maybe even bring my own mochi and Fruity Pebbles.

                        1. re: FiveDanFive

                          Natsumi does have the fruity pebbles... but for a dollar I'd bring the box.

                        2. re: kindofabigdeal

                          UPDATE:

                          Thanks Lewisvillehound for the natsumi link. The website confirms that their gelato contains absolutely no cream. Also, the frozen yogurt is fat free, which comes as a surprise to me.

                          to all who don't live where this is a quick stop... a sandwich at Jimmy's and a gelato at Natsumi. The best meal for <$10 in the metroplex. well... at least a very good one.

                          1. re: kindofabigdeal

                            Just tried Berry Berry for the first time. It's pretty similar to Pinkberry, except the yogurt isn't as tart, and in my opinion, not as tasty. But it's similarly creamy, and -- here's the best part -- the toppings bar had mochi and Fruity Pebbles, only they called it "fruity cereal."

                            Another thing I liked is they cut the strawberries into little pieces, so you could spread it out more evenly and get a little strawberry with each bite. Minor detail, but hey, those things count.

                            Of course, when it comes down to it, the main appeal of Pinkberry/Red Mango/Yogurtland is that they're trendy, meaning there's always a big, pretty crowd -- good people watching. When I went to Berry Berry, the room was clean but empty and, I thought, poorly decorated. There weren't many chairs or tables, either, but then again, there weren't any people inside.

                            Overall, though, I was happy to discover there's a good replacement for the LA yogurt spots for now (i.e. until I'm back home). I liked it.

                            1. re: FiveDanFive

                              I'd be interested in what you think about natsumi in comparison to the LA ones. Not that Beverly Hills obsession = quality (Sprinkles...)Style-wise, Natsumi trumps the others. It's sort of a bright, but toned down asian style. Let's call it mellow kitty.

                              I totally agree... at $3.50 a cup little details are huge. It's the same with coffee. A great cappucino or espresso shot is absolutely worth it's price, but you pay the same at the likes of Intelligentsia as you do Starbucks, or Dunkin' Donuts.

                            2. re: kindofabigdeal

                              I tried Natsumi Saturday - and again Sunday ;-)

                              I've tried Berry Berry's plain yogurt and liked it, but Natsumi's version blew me away. It's VERY tangy and so smooth and creamy. I can't imagine that they add very much sugar at all. They have Goji berries as a topping which adds a unique flavor and crunch/chewiness to it.

                              I noticed they also have matcha tea on the menu. For $4.00 a cup, I'm guessing it's some high quality stuff.

                              1. re: Webra1

                                I've had the matcha tea. For those who don't know (and I didn't until I tried it), matcha is dried, powdered tea leaves scooped into piping hot water. It has a very interesting taste. I put no sugar in it just to see what it would taste like. I would probably add a little sugar next time around.

                                It is supposed to be the healthiest of the teas, or so the owner told me. I probably should have spent 5 minutes researching before I posted, but I'm old and tired.

                            3. re: kindofabigdeal

                              Update 2:

                              I was unaware that the recently opened Super H market in Carrolton served this kind of frozen yogurt at Tous le jours, the in-store bakery. There's is very good also. It was more dense, which i like, and had very good flavor, on par with Natsumi. In addition to this, the price is lower than all the others. 2.50 for a small, which was a decent amount. They also have a few toppings (yes, fruity pebbles) but not as many as others. What I'm going to try next is their yoggi castle. I forget all the components but it involves yogurt, red bean, and rice cake, plus a few other things. If you're looking for pastries Tous le Jours is good, but I'd head over to Mozart Bakery in the same shopping center for something better.

                              Oh... and if you haven't heard, Super H is great, but I'd skip the Boba counter.

                              1. re: kindofabigdeal

                                Went to Super H over the weekend, so I had to try the frozen yogurt at Tous le jours. Mine was very icy and a bit watery. The flavor was just ok - it was missing that tartness that I love at Natsumi. I threw it away after a few bites. Maybe someone made it wrong or it wasn't ready yet.....

                                1. re: kindofabigdeal

                                  Orange Cup:

                                  I tried out theirs today. They have a pretty simple spot in Northpark near Neiman Marcus. This is apparently by the same group responsible for Piccomollo, which I wasn't impressed by. They have a nice selection of mostly fresh looking toppings and have stuck to one yogurt flavor, which they call natural. Sizes come in Light, Small, and Regular. The light is quite small, but makes a great small snack size. At $2.50, it's not the best deal in town. The texture of their yogurt was like a smooth, loose sorbet. The flavor was more subdued in it's tartness and was, perhaps, milkier than the others. It had a strange overtone that was hard to place, It was kind of nutty at first, then it hit me. Banana. Had you told me this was a banana frozen yogurt, I would have thought it was right on, but it interfered with the yogurt taste. The acidity was also less of a yogurt tang, and more citrusy than others. All in all, not bad, not my favorite.

                                  On interesting thing is that they print a mailing label that they stick on the side which contains the grams of sugar, % of protein and fat (daily, I assume) and total calories. I assume this includes your toppings, though I don't know that for sure. FWIW a light "natural" has just over 100.

                                  1. re: kindofabigdeal

                                    I tried Orange Cup the other day as well. I also wasn't crazy about the texture or the the taste. To me it almost tasted like it was made with soy milk or rice milk. It seems like more of a "product" than true yogurt. The nutritional info on my cup claimed it contained 0% calcium. Hmmm.

                                    Definitely not in the same league as Natsumi or Berry Berry.

                                    1. re: kindofabigdeal

                                      Yogurteria - They're up north on 2499 in Flower Mound perhaps. I kind of lose track after a while. This is another good option I'd put on par with Orange Cup, though the flavor at Yogurteria struck me as a bit clearer. They have plain, Green Tea, Chocolate (didn't try it), and a flavor of the week. Green tea was good, but nowhere near Natsumi's. The flavor of the week was blueberry, and not surprisingly was much like the acai berry at Orange Cup. I like the gestalt of berries and yogurt, and this had real berries, or at least real seeds, so i was pretty pleased with it. The plain is 2.50 for a small, but the flavors are 3.50 for the same. At 2.50 it's a good deal, but 3.50 put it on par with others in the area. They also make a shaved ice/yogurt/fruit combo. I weaseled out of the shop girl that it comes from a mix from, get this, Italy. I'm thoroughly confused by this.

                                  1. re: ginger7949

                                    Ginger,

                                    Natsumi is where Jerry's supermarket used to be on Henderson (across from Cuquitas, down the street from Hibiscus, Tei Tei, Old Monk, etc etc)

                                    http://natsumiusa.com/

                                    1. re: LewisvilleHounder

                                      Thanks!! For some reason the website won't come up for me. I'm sure I'll find it though. thanks again.

                                  2. For people who live in Mid-Cities I'd recommend Dragon Berry... their boba is not too impressive but I really liked their strawberry and chocolate frozen yogurt.

                                    1. I just tried Natsumi this weekend and it is NOW my ultimate favorite! I used to be a die hard, and i mean die hard Pacuigo Gelato fan. Natsumi's gelato blows Pacuigo's out of the water for sure! I tried the White Chocolate and the Almond Gelato along with the coconut one. Amazing is all i can say.

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                                      1. re: pizzaQTpie

                                        Check out the list of flavors on the website. http://natsumi.com/. I'm not sure if these are just ideas they have, or if they have made all of those flavors. I'm very excited about avocado.

                                      2. Tried Berry Berry a few times and found it to be hit or miss. Haven't been to Natsumi or Bliss yet but hear good things. So far my favorite is Orange Cup. They have 3 flavors, natural, acai berry, and zum which is fortified with vitamin C and B vitamins. I like the acai berry the best so far.

                                        Orange Cup is the best thing I've found since I had Red Mango in LA. They're yogurt is also REAL yogurt and is actually certified by the national yogurt association. I guess they have to have a certain number of LACs to qualify. The taste and textue is smooth and not overbearingly tart.

                                        Perhaps what makes me feel good about their yogurt is that I know I'm getting real yogurt and I know the nutritional info of my personalize cup. The only problem is, I think they need to work out some of the bugs on their computer system. Last time i went it said I was getting like 215% iron......that's toxic.....

                                        1. Yogurtland just opened up recently near Super H-Mart in Carrollton. The main highlights for them are their extremely vast topping selection and the self service. You pay for your yogurt based on how much your serving weighs.

                                          http://www.yogurt-land.com/

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                                          1. re: air

                                            Yogurtville opened just a few miles north of Yogurtland in Carrollton. Exact same concept. 35 cents per ounce (a little more than Yogurtland) and the yogurt seemed more sugary.

                                            http://donnacooks.wordpress.com/2008/...

                                          2. Anyone watch the show chuck? Happen to notice the similarities between the frozen yogurt shop in the show and Orange Cup?

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                                            1. re: kindofabigdeal

                                              There's also a new place in West Village near Campania Pizza.

                                              I went to try it on Sunday, but it was closed. When I peered in the window, it looked like the same self-serve concept as Yogurt Land.

                                              http://www.yogi-licious.com/HomePage....

                                              1. re: Webra1

                                                Alright, i have something to do to keep from finishing my defensive driving course.

                                            2. theres a yogurt-land in carrollton
                                              bliss frozen yogurt in plano
                                              and orange cup in frisco

                                              1. The taro at Yogurtland is really good. I've only had it when I lived in California. Yogurtland is great because it has (I have not been to the Carollton location) at least eight flavors usually and you can decide how much toppings or yogurt you want. IMO, it's the most cost effective way to have the fro-yo if you like a variety of toppings. Don't like Natsumi and Orange Cup because of texture. I'm big into the texture and that's why I prefer Berry Berry. It's the closest that I've tried to Pinkberry. Have not tried Bliss, but will probably try it this weekend at the new Cedar Hill location. Central Market makes a really good yogurt gelato. It's called yogurt berry crunch. The gelato stand is no longer associated with Paciugo.

                                                1. I drove by a new yogurt place in Plano (by Mei Hua at Coit & Park) today. It's called Spoonfulls (sp?) and doesn't look open yet. I'm planning to try it out when it opens. I'm hoping it's similar to Yogurtland which is thus far my favorite in North Dallas.

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                                                  1. re: banpeikun

                                                    Spoonfull is open now. Sign said "Grand Opening" and the place was packed (probably at least 20 people inside on Fri night around 8 pm). It is Do It Yourself (DIY) Yogurt- they have about 10 flavors to choose from (including classics like chocolate & vanilla (swirl) as well as cappuchino & raspberry, cookies & cream, etc. You grab a cup (rather large bucket-like cup), choose your flavor(s), swirl, etc. Then move over to the syrups & toppings- they have more typical frozen yogurt toppings like M&M's, chocolate sprinkles & chocolate syrup, but then have some really fun toppings like marshmallows, fruity pebbles, cocoa puffs, mango, strawberries, blackberries, granola, coconut, etc! You put it on the scale & they charge .35 cents/ounce. My husband & I filled up our buckets for a total of $6 for 2! What a great concept! Delicious too.

                                                  2. Another update, recently saw that OrangeCup has opened a location in the Galleria.

                                                    Just wanna oint out that Natsumi sent out an email saying March 14 was their 1 year anniversary. Back then you could count the number of places serving frozen yogurt with one hand, and now Dallas so saturated. To this day, Natsumi's still my #1 favorite.

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                                                    1. re: air

                                                      They also had some exotic flavors that they don't normally have. Durian, adzuki bean, black sesame, and thai tea. I would guess they might have them for a few more days.

                                                      I'm a big fan of the black sesame.

                                                    2. Let's see... I've tried Orange Cup, Natsumi, BerryBerry, and Yogurtland, and I have to say that Yogurtland is my hands-down favorite. It's open till late and there's all these flavors to choose (and try) from. Although my favorites are original and taro, I always try the new flavors and once in a while add a dollop of something new that I liked. The toppings selection is good too and I can get a little bit of everything without having to agonize over which 2 toppings to get ("have them all!").

                                                      Pinkberry didn't become as popular as they are today in nyc when I lived there so I'm afraid I have never tried it...

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                                                      1. re: daydrmgirl

                                                        There's a new place in Arlington called Yogurt Walki. (yeah- dumb name) It is good, though. Flavors such as cappuccino, green tea (tart), original tart, triple chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, cookies & cream, taro, etc. I like the tart ones with berries. They did have the fruity pebbles! I keep looking for granola puffs which I have not seen since the 70's. There used to be a frozen yogurt stand IN Six Flags called Frogurt which was SO good. (they had the granola puffs as one of their toppings) Guess they were just ahead of their time.....(sigh) Yogurt Walki is on Matlock south of I-20- in a strip mall along with a Chinese buffet. Oh- it is self-serve.

                                                      2. Red Mango is reportedly moving their headquarters from Southern California to Dallas this summer, and we should see the first Red Mango shop opening in DFW in August. http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedconte...

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                                                        1. re: scpenguin

                                                          Red Mango is moving their headquarters to Dallas? I guess Pinkberry and Yogurtland own most of SoCal. However, I think it may be too little too late. Had they moved here last summer, I would have given them better odds.

                                                        2. I'll stick with Natsumi for the best "fro yo" and gelato in Dallas. Non compare!

                                                          1. The fro-yo scene around here sure has changed compared to when this thread started. Thought it got huge when Natsumi hit a year, but now it's mindboggling how there's a yogurt shop on practically every corner. If only J'adore would head south, or Natsumi to the north ;)

                                                            Berry Berry in Addison has closed, they packed up and moved to 75 nearby Knox/Henderson.

                                                            There's a new place called Freshberry on Alpha/Midway. Brand new corner center next to Mango's and Yourway Burger.

                                                            And last, Yogurtland is opening a new location on Frankford/Dallas North Tollway in the same strip as Blue Fish and Fish City.

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                                                            1. re: air

                                                              Still love Berry Berry, but I think Red Mango is my new fav.

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                                                              4145 Belt Line Rd Ste 218, Addison, TX