Showing posts with label Yogurt Station. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Yogurt Station. Show all posts

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Why doesn't FroYo sell on St. Mark's Place?

Subhead: Important Questions of our Time!

So the Pinkberry has closed for good on St. Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue.

Pinkberry joins several other FroYo joints to shutter in recents years on this same block...

Yogurt Station is now a piercings shop...

[High FroYo Season]

... the Red Mango, which opened after the CBGB shop closed, is now a tattoo shop...

... and Eastside Bakery (.net?) on the corner of Second Avenue served up the FroYo...

… and is now D.F. Mavens, which sells dairy-free ice cream, among other cafe items.

So! Four FroYo places have come and gone on this one block. Is it the block? Is it FroYo?

Dessert still lives here with Spot Dessert Bar and Spot Dessert Shoppe. Not to mention the D.F. Mavens.

16 Handles around the corner on Second Avenue is now left to fly the FroYo flag…

Monday, December 16, 2013

From FroYo to piercings on St. Mark's Place

[High FroYo Season]

Over on St. Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue, the Yogurt Station covered up their windows with trash bags for months at a time … giving us the impression that they had closed for business. But they always came back for the FroYo Season.

We thought the same thing when they closed earlier in the fall. Then the sign came down… and we waited and waited to see what would take the Station's place...

… the sign for the new business arrived last Friday. (Or maybe Thursday.)

Monday, March 18, 2013

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

What's going on with the Yogurt Station?

Back in March, a reader wondered what was going on at the Yogurt Station on St. Mark's Place ... the place had been closed, and the widows had paper over them. Turns out that they were just remodeling.

Anyway. Trashbags now adorn the windows. For how long, I don't know. Do you? Closed for the FroYo season? More remodeling? Yesterday, we spotted someone sleeping on the couch left out front...

[Bobby Williams]