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New Frozen Yogurt Shop Opens in Teaneck

More than a dozen flavors offered at Teaneck Road location

A growing frozen yogurt chain has opened a location on Teaneck Road, according to Bergen County foodie website BoozyBurbs.com.

Fro Yo-Lish offers 16 yogurt flavors including eight mixed flavors, and more than 50 toppings, the site reported. They also plan to sell 11 flavors of bubble tea.

The shop offers a high-tech twist on frozen yogurt with iPads around the store for customers to surf the web and big screen televisions.  

Fro Yo-Lish has locations planned in Englewood and Dumont, according to the site.

The Teaneck location took over space once occupied by Mark De Luca Real Estate near Cranford Place. 

Read more at BoozyBurbs.com 

Lisa Dee June 16, 2013 at 02:50 AM
ZiZi, This is a winner even in Teaneck. They picked a great location and their model seems to be a big success everywhere. ZiZi if Teaneck businesses are dependent on the dozen or two people who comment on Patch they will not make it anyway. I pass Al's Charcoal often after i go to CVS on Cedar Lane, sadly i never see a customer. Yes i have patronized Al's but as i said a few people can't make them profitable they need the residents and business community to support, all successful businesses do.
zizi June 16, 2013 at 06:46 AM
Sorry to say Lisa: just the thought of going to eat at cedar lane is a turnoff for me..... (except the pizza stores)...... I hate that street.... why should I spend my money there when I can get a better deal elsewhere.....
Lisa Dee June 17, 2013 at 07:13 AM
ZiZi, given the amount of customers on the street it seems most of Teaneck agrees with you....
Kelly June 17, 2013 at 11:09 AM
Great little area. Teaneck Sushi is in that strip as well. Nice size Parking lot
Tee Smyth June 17, 2013 at 01:23 PM
I went on Saturday. The owners, I assume they were the owners, were extremely gracious. The yogurt that I had was so freakin' good!! I will definitely visit again. It took everything in me not to go back on Sunday. LOL.

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