In July, I reported that Berry Me Frozen Yogurt and Cafe opened at 1320 E. Brady St. In November, Sam and Geeta Patel took over the business and have brought new ideas and products to the yogurt shop and cafe.
"We are a self-serve frozen yogurt shop that provides our customers a healthy and customized treat that they have created. Our promise is to give our customers exactly what they want and how much they want," says Geeta.
Berry Me now has an additional seating area and a fireplace, creating a more inviting atmosphere. They also added even more toppings for the frozen yogurt and now serve fruit smoothies and Ghiradelli hot cocoa.
Soon, Berry Me will sell gourmet chocolates, too. For Valentine's Day, Berry Me will offer chocolate bouquets and they are now taking orders. Starting Jan. 7, every customer who buys frozen yogurt will get a raffle ticket to possibly win a chocolate bouquet. The winner will be picked on Feb. 8.
"Let Berry Me bury you with goodness â€“ that is what we believe in," says Geeta.
New store hours are Monday-Friday from 2 to 10 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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