Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at: www.jessicamousseau.com.
Published June 3rd 2011
Frozen yogurt is a delicious treat, especially on a hot day. Its creamy texture and not-as-sweet-as-ice cream taste make it a perfect snack to have while strolling down the streets of New York City. You'll find plenty of frozen yogurt shops in New York City, but naturally you want the best ones—the ones all the locals go to. So, here's a list of the frozen yogurt shops that are considered the most popular in New York City.
It doesn't matter which Berrywild location you visit, you'll find the same delicious frozen yogurt at both of them. You even get to choose your texture—smooth and creamy or icy. You also can choose from low-fat and non-fat yogurt, as well as kosher and non-kosher yogurt. If that's not enough choices for you, then you have to decide which one of the fresh fruit toppings you're going to have on your yogurt. Oh, well, if only all decisions were so hard but so rewarding.
You can enjoy frozen yogurt from Crazy Bananas, with all the toppings you expect from a yogurt shop, but not the expensive prices you may expect. Your stomach and pocketbook will thank you. If you feel you simply must eat a meal before eating your dessert, simply enjoy one of the sandwiches that are available in Crazy Bananas. You can also get a cup of espresso or a delicious pastry to eat before or with your yogurt.
You'll have to go to the 7th Floor of the Bloomingdale's located on 3rd Avenue to find this yogurt shop. Once you get there, though, you'll be able to choose from classic plain to ice cream flavors of frozen yogurt (sometimes referred to as FroYo). The original Forty Carrots was only able to seat 12 people; today, it seats 100. You should have no problem finding a place to sit and enjoy a delicious frozen yogurt after a long day of shopping.
Use a trip to Öko as an excuse to visit either Brooklyn or Queens. It's worth the trip, because the store is so unique. And, even though you may have to use pollution-causing public or private transportation, you can still do your part for the environment.
That's because the serving containers and spoons are made from natural materials. The containers are made from corn, while the spoons started life as ordinary potatoes. You'll enjoy your Greek-style frozen yogurt even more knowing you're helping the environment.