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Penn Station Area and Upper West Side: Pinkberry, An Expensive Addiction

Every day, I walk by the Pinkberry frozen yogurt store on my way home from work. It’s been too cold for frozen anything, so typically, I walk right by.

But the weather has been warming up and so has my Pinkberry habit. It’s an expensive addiction. A small 5 ounce cup of plain, green tea, or coffee yogurt with some strawberries scooped on top is more than $5.00. But I have to say, despite the hefty price, I’m hooked.

I particularly love the coffee yogurt with berries. It’s tangy and not to sweet and incredibly refreshing. Plus, I can fool myself into thinking that I’m eating something sorta healthy.

There are about a dozen locations around the city, including one near Columbia U. on upper Broadway and one at 70th and Broadway-both dangerously close to my house.

7 W. 32nd St.
New York, NY
212 695 9631

2041 Broadway
New York, NY
212 580 3410

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