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FroYo Culture Offers a New Way to Cool Down
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FroYo Culture Offers a New Way to Cool Down

Alli and I love frozen yogurt.  Ever since our first tastes of Pinkberry in NYC we have been hooked.  We’ve continued our enjoyment locally with Yogen Fruz, sure it’s not as good (and has gone downhill lately) but it still can hit the spot on a hot day.  Luckily, in the last month Williamsville has seen a couple new local frozen yogurt places pop up, FroYo Culture and Yo Betty.  While running some errands last week, Alli and I decided to stop by FroYo Culture after hearing some good things about the place and I’m glad we did.

While the restaurant is locally owned and operated, the shop still somehow comes off as a part of a larger chain.  Everything from the brightly designed interior, yogurt signs showcasing the various flavors and their professional setup with yogurt machines/topping dispensers have a very professional look.  So either there is some sort of franchising involved (though as of right now I don’t think that is the case) or an extraordinary amount of time and effort has been put into the restaurant by the Krakowiak Family.

For those who aren’t familiar with Frozen Yogurt or how FroYo Culture operates, there are large signs with step’s helping you figure it out.  You start by grabbing a bowl and choosing a flavor or two (or five) of yogurt, they have about 10 different flavors and like Yogen Fruz you can mix several flavors together.  Afterwards, you can put several different cereals and crunched up cookies on top (Oreos, Cap ‘n’ Crunch, Animal Crackers, etc), then you choose from candies (Gummy Bears, Chocolate Crunch, Marshmallows, etc) and fruits and finally there is an option for a chocolate/caramel topping at the end.

To read the rest of the review and see our other pictures from the restaurant, click here to see it on BuffaloEats.org!

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