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New Frozen Yogurt Shop on Garth Rd. in Scarsdale

A few blocks up from Lulu's and next door to the new Tengda Grill Scarsdale. Could this be the real mccoy? (A pink berry or a red mango?) The interior is looking very minimalist/ modern -- not your typical mom and pop yogurt shop, but something edgey. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a PinkBerry...has anyone heard anything??

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  1. Info could be wrong but I'd heard that the owners of YogoJoy in Rye were opening another location in Scarsdale.

    If you haven't been, Yogojoy ofers six to seven different flavors each day from a wall of self serve machines. After you've gotten your yogurt (mix and match as you please) you can add toppings - a very large selection with quite a lot of fresh fruit as well as a variety of syrups and sauces. The price is determined by weight.

    So, if you peer in and see yogurt machines down the side of the store, register area toward the back, a few tables on the empty part of the perimeter and a vast empty center, likely this is YogoJoy.

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    1. re: laylag

      I think that YogoJoy is opening on Harwood Court, not Garth Road. I read that somewhere this is the information on the website. I don't know anything about the Garth Road place and I didn't even notice a new place coming when I was over there the other day.

      http://www.yogoyourway.com/locations....

      1. re: valerie

        Yeah this YogoJoy in Scarsdale opened last week!

        1. re: MikiLovesSugar

          I tried it - the flavors I had were delicious (strawberry and mango), and the fruit toppings were fresh and very nicely diced. It is a little pricey, but that's Scarsdale.

          1. re: scarsdalesurprise

            The store in Rye is a little pricey but I guess that's Rye - or maybe it's YogoJoy and they opened in two of the towns where they know they can get it. One visit with overzealous toppings and it cost us $20 for my daughter and I - two of the "smaller" cups mind you.

            However, it is good. I love the plain and am a big fan of the blueberry and pineapple too.

      2. re: laylag

        I tried Yogojoy in Harwood Court and found the yogurt contained fine ice crystals and was not creamy.

        This is sign of cheap ingredients or too rapid freezing.

        They need to do better for me to be regular customer.

        Tony

      3. It's not Red mango or pinkberry... some other name (yoberry? something like that) in the space that Enjou chocolates used to occupy.
        Not Yogo Joy, that is open already on Harwood Court

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        1. re: iluvcookies

          I think its called Greenberry? Never heard of it -- there is a sign on the window...anyone heard of it...

          1. re: christinepierce

            yeah i think its like Go Greenberry... so eco-friendly

            1. re: MikiLovesSugar

              i just stopped into go greenberry today. very interesting flavors, which were amazingly good. Had their "Taro" which was purple, but surprisingly refreshing. I also tried "lychee flavor". I was delighted. Customer service was awesome and price was very fair. Much cheaper than yogojoy. I think its go greenberry to be eco-friendly. Noticed they use biodegradable cups and cornstarch spoons, recycled paper napkins etc....

                1. re: kale4ever

                  Just had go greenberry with my daughter - we had taro, plain and chocolate - with mochi chips and honey - very good! not bloomongdale's or fort lee yogurt bars but quite yummy