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First Look: Chobani Soho

In case you didn't already know that Chobani dominates the Greek yogurt industry in the United States, you will if you walk down Prince Street in Soho and see the five-story billboard spelling out C-H-O-B-A-N-I. At the West Broadway corner, below the sign, there's now a Chobani yogurt shop open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. This is not a frozen yogurt shop; it's a yogurt bar with toppings like chocolate flakes, Turkish pistachios, orange segments, mint, and clover honey More

5 Great Places for Frozen Yogurt in NYC

New York, like many other cities, has been overrun with frozen yogurt chains like Pinkberry and Red Mango (and about 100 knockoffs thereof). But where can you find even better frozen yogurt in New York? After tasting our way through a few dozen yogurt shops in the city, we've found five that get our stamp of approval. Here they are. More

Sugar Rush: Desserts at Kefi

Greek yogurt I ended up at Kefi twice this weekend—not really on purpose, but I didn't regret it either time. Both visits, I got the same two desserts because I didn't want my fellow dinners to leave without trying... More

Fast-Food Yogurt Parfaits

When fast-food restaurants jump on the health food bandwagon, the results aren’t usually great. (McDonald’s wilted salads and Dunkin’ Donuts cardboard flatbreads come to mind.) But many chains have had luck in the yogurt parfait department. Fruit, yogurt, and... More

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