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Dispensing self-serve tart frozen yogurt sold by weight, independently owned Creations banks on two frozen-dessert fads made wildly popular by the Pinkberry and Yogurtland chains. Fluffy in a way that the brain struggles to align with its sharp, tongue-taunting tang, Creations’ tart taro, mango, and lychee taste refreshingly true to the actual fruits, although its tart strawberry simply tastes sour. The empty cups into which patrons pick-and-mix from among eight yogurts and a dozen-plus toppings that include mochi, grass jelly, honey, and Froot Loops are so huge that the ounces can pile up fairy-tale fast at 36 cents each, startling hapless self-servers at the register.

Hours: Mon.-Thu. noon-11 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. noon-midnight; Sun. noon-11 p.m.


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Price: $

Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

ParkingChoice: Street

ReservationsChoice: Not Accepted

Attire: casual

Entertainment: none


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