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Yogurtini opens in Williamsburg VA

Join in for an afternoon of fun and FREE YOGURT!!!  From 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Saturday, January 5, we will be serving FREE delicious yogurt, Treybo will be making balloon creations, and we will have balloons and tattoos for all.  Join in the fun and start your year off right!  Donations will be accepted for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

imageYogurtini®, originally established in Tempe, Arizona in 2008, announces its expansion into Virginia with the grand opening of the popular frozen yogurt franchise in Williamsburg at The Shops at High Street, 1430 High Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185.

"We are so excited to bring Yogurtini® to the Williamsburg area.  We’ve already received a tremendous amount of support from the community. Everyone loves having so many choices of flavors of premium real yogurt and the amazing assortment of toppings," said Ben Hill, co-owner of the new Williamsburg franchise location. "We are expecting a huge turnout for the grand opening and are thrilled to be partnering with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and supporting their commitment to helping children with cancer," he continued.

The Williamsburg location is the first Yogurtini® store in Virginia. Yogurtini has quickly built a devoted following of its non-fat, real yogurt, pay by the ounce model by providing its customers with a unique experience upon each visit. The serve-yo-self® concept allows customers to make their own frozen yogurt creation, mixing blends and concoctions just like a signature martini. 

Yogurtini® regularly has classic flavors such as Ultimate Chocolate, Classic Vanilla, Chelsey’s Cheesecake, and Peanut Butter, but there is always a surprise for the more adventurous like Northshore Pineapple Tart, Toasted Marshmallow and Ruby Red Grapefruit Tartini. The incomparable Yogurtini® "House" Tart, along with a non-dairy and no sugar added flavor option is always a mainstay. At Yogurtini, Flavortini© recipes are created by mixing an array of frozen yogurts and toppings like the famous "Extra Dirty", a favorite among their loyal following.

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1430 High Street Ste. 1104
Williamsburg, VA 23185
@ High Street

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11am – 10pm Fri & Sat

(757) 903-4730

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