While I can't speak for the rest of the nation, I can tell you that frozen yogurt shops are all the rage in our North Texas neck of the woods. Auntie's friend, Darrah, first introduced our family to the delights of FroYo...and we are so glad that she did!
Here is Mommy's quick review of the four Metroplex FroYo shops she has visited so far.
Yogurt Land was the first frozen yogurt shop Mommy ever stepped foot in...and she loves it! The atmosphere is modernish, yet colorful. Their frozen yogurt selection is the most extensive of any of the FroYo shops on this list, and they are consistently rated among the best FroYo shops in the Dallas area.
When Mommy and Daddy first checked out Yogurt Walki, it was housed in a shopping strip in Arlington. It has since moved to the Parks Mall, which is part of the reason Mommy graded it down. The small yogurt selection, coupled with the over indulgent mall atmosphere, make Yogurt Walki Mommy's last choice for a FroYo fix.
While this shop is admittedly the "coolest" of all the FroYo shops we've hit up it is in no way the "funnest". Mommy is pretty sure that is because you don't get to create your own concoction here. The yogurt is tasty, but she thinks the experience is really lacking. The decor was also a little too sterile for Mommy's liking.
Peach Berry is a super yum shop and it's super close to our house. The yogurt selection is a bit smaller than what you'll find at Yogurt Land, but the topping selection is just as extensive...and it is certainly no less yummy! Peach Berry also has the most friendly staff of all the FroYo shops we've tried out.
Mommy has not had the privelege of hitting up Cassie's Frozen Yogurt yet, but she thought she should mention it since it's Darrah's favorite. The selection of yogurt and weekly themed decor make Cassie's a great FroYo choice.
That's Mommy's two cents.
What about you? Are you a FroYoer? Any Dallasites out there have other shops to recommend? Mommy promises to be diligent and give them a try.