The frozen yogurt trend doesn't look to be melting anytime soon. (Thought it's got some fierce competition from gelato and creamy ice cream.)
From locally-owned Yogurt Guru to favorite franchise Pinkberry, frozen yogurt is on the menu in Denver. Some frozen yogurt stores charge by the ounce, while others have traditional sizes of small, medium, and large.
Yogurtland, a California-based franchise, has several locations in the Denver metro area. Yogurt is sold by the ounce, and patrons can add a wide selection of toppings. All the Yogurtland locations in the Denver area are open until 10 p.m., making it a popular date night destination. Besides the Yogurtland near 6th & Grant, the franchise has stores in Arvada, Centennial and Littleton.
550 Grant St.
Denver, CO 80203
Be a mensch and enjoy frozen yogurt from Menchie's, an international franchise with more than 500 stores. The frozen yogurt store offers nonfat and low-fat options, as well as flavors with no sugar added. Also enjoy a wide variety of toppings, from fresh fruit to crumbled candy bars. Yogurt is sold by the ounce.
2656 W. 32nd Street
Denver, CO 80211
Pinkberry hails from the Golden State of California, and offers Coloradans frozen yogurt with up to three toppings. The concept works well, but Pinkberry might be a victim of its own success. I waited in line for more than 20 minutes at the location on Colorado Blvd., and almost finished my frozen yogurt before I made it to the cash register. If you don't mind waiting in line, Pinkberry offers mini, small, medium and large choices with a wide selection of toppings.
1000 S. Colorado Blvd. 107
Glendale, CO 80246
Milk & Cake, located near I-25 and Hampden Avenue, offers frozen yogurt as well as cupcakes for when you just can't decide. The frozen yogurt is 100% natural and concocted from milk sourced from Colorado dairy farms. Mini cupcakes and full-sized cupcakes are both offered for a decadent duo of yogurt and cake.
Milk & Cake
6345 E Hampden Ave #103
Denver, CO 80222