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Is Iceberry in Georgetown open?

pleen Aug 25, 2008 12:59 PM

Does anyone know if the Iceberry in G'town is open for business yet?

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    reiflame Aug 25, 2008 03:08 PM

    I just walked past it yesterday afternoon and it still said "coming soon".

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    1. re: reiflame
      chicken kabob Aug 25, 2008 04:02 PM

      What is Iceberry?

      1. re: chicken kabob
        reiflame Aug 25, 2008 05:05 PM

        Sounds like another one of those frozen yogurt joints that are popping up everywhere.

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      caphill2320 Aug 26, 2008 08:10 PM

      Where is this in Gtown?

      1. Bob W Aug 27, 2008 09:39 AM

        Anyone interested in trying Iceberry can venture out to the wilds of South Riding, where an Iceberry store is located in the South Riding Market Square plaza.

        I tried it this past weekend after reading all about this newfangled frozen yogurt. I got a small plain with blueberries. It was pretty good -- whoever coined the name Tangysweet for one of Iceberry's competitors hit the nail on the head.

        My only reservation is the price. $2.50 for a pretty small bowl plus $0.95 for the one topping. Or maybe that's a good price and I'm just getting old. 8<D

        But, I plan to go back and try the honeydew yogurt -- perhaps with gummi bears and froot loops?

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        1. re: Bob W
          Martha Aug 27, 2008 02:03 PM

          There's an Iceberry in Reston Town Center, too. I highly recommend the honeydew yogurt. It's so refreshing. My husband likes the original with fruit and kids like the chocolate (what a surprise).

          The Georgetown Iceberry will be on M Street, near the CVS, if it's not open yet.

          1. re: Bob W
            MikeR Aug 27, 2008 03:16 PM

            So nice to hear of a newfangled frozen yogurt place that sells something for less than four bucks (though with that topping, you're getting close). I don't want a large portion and I don't want to have to pay for one.

            But I'll wait for a closer one. I'm not even surewhere South Riding is, but I'm sure it's a good way from 7 Corners.

            1. re: MikeR
              bigmike77 Aug 30, 2008 09:38 AM

              There is one closer to you in Springfield in the Springfield Plaza shopping center next to the Giant. I tried it out yesterday and had the honeydew yogurt plain and it was pretty good.

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            yumyum01 Aug 27, 2008 10:20 AM

            This stuff is really good, they will be everywhere soon enough

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              DeShotz Aug 30, 2008 04:07 AM

              From what I've been told, they'll be opening Oct. 1, 2008. As for its location, they took over the space that used to be CD Warehouse at M and 30th right next to Garrett's.

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                MENIIERE Apr 26, 2009 02:00 PM

                There is one in Georgetown on M St. NW. I've been to Pinkberry before, so I was skeptical about this Iceberry place. Boy oh boy, I was in heaven. I got the small original with strawberrys and pineapple. It was so good, I really thought hard about jumping back in line and getting a medium. It tasted just like Pinkberry and I am so glad that it's here in DC now. As a matter of fact - I'm heading there right now just because!!

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                1. re: MENIIERE
                  beauxgoris May 8, 2009 03:19 PM

                  Any more reviews?

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                  Sean D May 9, 2009 09:03 PM

                  On another thread, I wrote that Iceberry has arrived at Westfields Shoppingtown in Wheaton.

                  The honeydew yogurt is exceptional.

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                    Jacey May 10, 2009 10:44 AM

                    This is my least favorite tart yogurt place--and I have tried all in the area. First, I feel their flavors are overly sweet and leave a bad aftertaste. It's more expensive than most. I wish they had a kids/mini size because even their small is HUGE. Nobody really needs to be consuming that much sugar (Ben & Jerry's and HD has less sugar than this yogurt). However, lastly, the manager sucks at this location. He's mean to the customers and doesn't even have the first idea of customer service.

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