Press: Serious Eats by Krista Garcia /
Yooglers, a kid-friendly, rainbow-drenched candyland with fuzzy green cube seating and winged cartoon cows decorating the walls, gives little indication that this self-serve frozen yogurt store is a Spanish offshoot straight from Madrid. There’s just something distinctly American about taking a nonfat (or dairy or sugar-free) foodstuff and piling on sticky sweet toppings.
Press: www.amixofthings.com By Chris Evangelista /
Yooglers, a Spanish Frozen Yogurt company recently opened its New York City location in the Greenwich Village neighborhood. I happened to pass by the newly launched establishment and couldn’t resist its bright colors and quirky/trippy decor. From the outside, Yooglers look like it’s just another ordinary froyo place pretending to be a frozen yogurt whiz.
Press: A Piece of Gina /
We went to Yooglers. 791 Broadway is its address. I passed by this place a lot when it was under construction and when it was completed. But I only went to Pinkberry when I craved froyo. This time, we were passing by it, and we spontaneously decided to try it. The inside was really fun and colorful.
Yooglers (Spain) has opened its first stateside location in New York’s Union Square, QSR Magazine reports. The frozen yogurt concept store opened its first location in 2011 in Madrid.
Press: QSR Magazine By Laurel Nakkas /
For one young frozen yogurt brand, age is just a number.
Yooglers, an international self-serve fro-yo concept—which opened its first location in Madrid, Spain, in 2011—has set up its first stateside shop in New York City’s Union Square.
Media: The Compost Cook
Last night I had the pleasure of indulging in The East Village’s newest sweet spot, Yooglers Frozen Yogurt.
To reach all corners of the world in 10 years. “Dreams have to be initiated and viewed in the mind initially, there must be a projection of that recurring dream, in detail, with all its characters, who thrills us and stimulates us to develop a strategy and execute it. Thus will be fulfilled”, says Manuel Fernandez, founder of Yooglers.
Press: The Real Deal
By Guelda Voien
One company is not ashamed of its frozen assets. A new frozen yogurt shop has inked a lease to open up a Greenwich Village outpost — its first in the U.S. — The Real Deal has learned.