Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Pinkberry, a.k.a. D.I.N.K.berry
melrose & la brea is pretty dink-y, wouldn't you say?
Having finally tried the goods at the overly-hyped frozen yogurt chain, I have to admit that I found the yogurt, having a more sorbet-like icy texture than a rich, creamy one, very refreshing. Paired with some diced strawberries and pineapple as well as some fruity pebbles for some color and crunch, it was the perfect cool-me-down snack on an unseasonably hot November afternoon.
i like how they covered up the "pink" with the $4.95 price sticker
But at an average of five bucks a pop per person for frozen yogurt (because trust me that I finished a medium with three toppings by myself), my husband and I would have to remain D.I.N.K.'s for the rest of our lives (that's Duel Income No Kids for those of you not in the know) if we were to continue fueling any sort of Pinkberry habit.
D.I.N.K.berry, I mean, Pinkberry
in a DINK-y neighborhood near you