Atlanta >Restaurants > Yogurberry
3280 Peachtree Rd NE Ste 140b, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030533.844392 -84.370364
Mon-Thr (12pm - 10pm) Fri-Sat (12pm - 11pm) Sun (11pm - 8pm)
Neighborhoods: Buckhead Triangle, Northside, Buckhead Triangle (Buckhead Forest), Northside
Yogurberry is My New Spot In Buckhead – I recently popped in to see what all the hubbub was about. I heard there is always a celebrity in this spot. Heard the Owner is full of life. Heard really pretty girls work there as well. Last but not least heard the yogurt was crazy good and affordable. I’m here to tell you, all are true. I had an amazing time in this little yogurt shop. Yogurtberry crew keep up the great work. One last thing KC was the coolest New Yorker I have ever met. Me and my friends will defiantly be back.
The Best Froyo in Atlanta GA! – When I was a kid and lived in the north east there was a really trendy desert that you could get locally...froyo. This stuff was awesome anytime but especially in the summertime. Last summer the wife and I wanted to get away from Roswell, GA. We decided to head to Atlanta and stay for a week at the Grand Hyatt hotel. We started looking around to see what kind of tourist spots were nearby. I checked with the receptionist to see if she could recommend anything. She said that Atlanta had loads of little shops that served froyo. This was music to my ears. My wife could look at clothes and I could go munch on froyo! Anyway..I must have checked out everyplace the receptionist listed. I went to like 3 places the first day. I went to Pinkberry and Yoforia and they were ok but hands down the absolute best froyo I ever had came from Yogurberry which was right next door to the hotel. Brian, the manager was just an all around great guy and made the visit all the more enjoyable. I ended up hanging out at Yogurberry everyday enjoying the different flavors of froyo. I think I need to talk Brian into moving his location over to Roswell! If you're ever in Atlanta and looking for the best froyo meet up with Brian over at Yogurberry.
Best yogurt in town! – Yogurberry is a fantastic place for something sweet, but healthy! I normally go in during the middle of the afternoon for a pick me up. Brian, the owner is super friendly & very helpful everytime I go in.
My favorite flavor combo is the taro yogurt with kiwi, but I really like how they are always switching up the flavors. I have experimented with the watermelon & mango yogurt, which I really like too. I def. suggest everyone go to Yogurberry the next time they are craving some cold & yummy!
Yummy Yogurts! – Been to Yogurberry the other day and loved the yogurt and topping selections. I highly recommend Yogurberry also for their great service.
the best yogurt!!! – Yogurberry beats any yogurt place out there and believe me, I've tried them all! After seeing it in Terminus my friends and I decided to try it last night and it was so refreshing and guilt free. I got the medium original flavor for myself with blackberry, mango, and lychee as my toppings and afterwards I wished I had gotten the large. It was so cold and windy last night but that did not stop me from wishing for more. Not only does this place offer yogurt, but there are also smoothies and parfait! My boyfriend had the strawberry kiwi smoothie and he absolutely loved it! And Brian, the owner! He is absolutely fabulous and energetic! Seriously, he had the best customer service. Anyway, I can just go on and on but I think I've made my point. This is a guilt free trip that anyone can indulge on.
Great experience for less! – The service is excellent and you are always greeted when walking in. I just wish the Yogurt bowls were bigger!
Froyo gets dished out of a glossy Terminus flat. – Life for office hounds and Buckhead Betties just got a little bit better. “Froyo,” the Hollywood dessert/snack that made West coasters go cuckoo for cocoa puffs has found an Atlanta home in the goofy-glassy Terminus building in Buckhead. Here’s the scoop: The yogurt is light and tart (don’t think your mother’s TCBY favorite) and while you have the option for candy-sweets there are plenty of fresh fruit to choose from. It’s a dessert that somehow makes you feel lighter after eating it. An overly-excited staff and strange clear plastic chairs can make scarfing yogurt in-store a little uncomfortable, but quite frankly, it’s worth it. Let the addiction begin.
Frozen yogurt selection was amazing – Loved the yogurt. They have some really off the wall flavors but they really are amazing. Its a little $$$, it was a little over $5 for a small frozen yogurt with a few toppings here and there. Overall i would consider the taste amazing but the price a little high
Love the TARO flavor with fruity pebbles – My wife pretty much insists we go here everytime we are in buckhead. The staff is really fun and inviting and the yogurt is hands down the best I"ve had around atlanta. I had fruity pebbles as a topping and it was awesome. def recommend
try the "brian special" yogurberry – Yogurberry ATL is the best frozen yogurt, ice cream, and smoothie joint in town. I've tried to recreate the experience at some of the knock offs around town, and while some ( I repeat, SOME!!) of those stores are not bad, some are just done plain wrong. For example, jujubees, while not bad, is inferior in quality and freshness. yoforia lacks the authentic yogurt taste and is hidden because of all the cr*p they put in it. I could swear that yoforia is not fat free and low in calories because of how filling it is, and tastes more like artificial fattening ice cream.
My biggest complaint with Yogurberry is finding it the first time. I circled the Terminus, the breezeway and plaza it's located, like three times before I finally noticed the blade sign and store in the middle of the breezeway off of Piedmont Rd.
After figuring that out, I had the parking to deal with. Yes, at first the parking is a bit tricky, but once I talked with Brian, the manager there, he was very helpful to explain the best way to park quickly and conveniently whenever I wanted a frozen yogurt, smoothie or chai latte (which if I forgot to mention is awesome). Now, parking is a breeze and I usually just park in the parking circle next to Bricktops, Aquaknox and Yogurberry and get myself a yogurt. The valet guys there are really chill so there's no pressure when I take my time eating here. I enjoy the Flying Biscuit, Bricktops, and Aquaknox too, and then get myself a taro yogurberry with the Brian special.
2 thumbs up for Yogurberry in the Terminus. They just keep getting better and better.
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