The Pinkberry franchise has quickly become a recognizable name in frozen yogurt. Besides their trademark yogurt swirls, the company also serves fruit bowls, parfaits, and smoothies.
The brand rekindled the frozen yogurt fad, turning a nostalgic 1980s treat into a modern sensation that continues to captivate frozen treat lovers across the globe.
|Frozen Yogurt with Toppings||Small||$4.95|
|Frozen Yogurt with Toppings||Medium||$5.95|
|Frozen Yogurt with Toppings||Large||$7.95|
|Frozen Yogurt with Toppings||Cone||$3.95|
|Take Home Yogurt||$9.95|
|Toppings To Go||$1.95|
Made With Frozen Yogurt
|Featured Flavor Shake||$4.95|
|Chocolate Peanut Butter Shake||$4.95|
|Chocolate Banana Shake||$4.95|
Made With Greek Yogurt & Fresh Fruit
|Strawberry Banana Smoothie||$4.95|
|Tropical Mango Smoothie||$4.95|
|Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie||$4.95|
|Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie||$4.95|
Pinkberry Brownie À La Mode
|Brownie À La Mode||$4.95|
The Pinkberry brand began in sunny Los Angeles in 2005 and was the brainchild of entrepreneur Shelly Huang and architect Huang Lee.
This SoCal sensation revived the popularity of tart frozen yogurt, which quickly became popular across the U.S. and throughout the globe. Today, there are 260 Pinkberry locations in 20 countries around the world.
Most stores in the chain have the same clean, chill, and modern ambience. The array of available toppings and flavors are easy for the customer to see.
The Pinkberry specialty revolves around frozen desserts. Although your options are not as varied as other frozen yogurt shops, the chain serves them at a reasonable price. The diverse array of toppings can add variety to the yogurt, but can be a pricey addition.
Everyone has their own personal favorite flavors. The store’s flagship regular yogurt—with its balance between sweetness and tart—remains a must-try for newer customers.
Rather than rely on self-service, the chain relies on the staff to serve customers. In most cases, the staff are fast and responsive.