We’ll admit that we didn’t really give Yogurt Harmony a second glance, at first, since the unassuming “pastel minimalist” storefront looks just like every other Pinkberry-esque fro-yo place anywhere. It wasn’t until one of our fellow fro-yo snob friends recommended it that we even gave “Yo-Har” a fighting fro-yo chance.

It was worth it, but–surprisingly–not just for the yogurt. While Yogurt Harmony’s basic tart yogurt was unusually creamy and tasty, we don’t know if the slightly higher prices would make picking Yogurt Harmony over the billion or so other fro-yo places in the vicinity worth it. So what’s so great about Yogurt Harmony, then? read more »