Thursday, April 12, 2018
The Ever Changing Yogurt Shop in Valencia - Currently Known as Yogurt N' Things
Fro-yo girl here. I don’t make it out to Valencia too often, but I had a reason to be there, so I thought I would check out the old Brew Le space. When Brew Le closed in late 2016, Things-N-Yogurt took over the space. When I finally found the shop, it wasn’t Things-N-Yogurt. About a month ago, new owners took over and changed the name to Yogurt N’ Things.
Some digging revealed that before Brew Le opened, the space was occupied by Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt. Brew-Le went upscale and offered organic and vegan froyo, along with coffee drinks.
It’s a cute space (when it was Brew Le, it was owned by Sasha Pieterse of Pretty Little Liars fame (Alison DiLaurentis) with a chalkboard wall, dark wood panels, and a tiled toppings counter. Some of the drinks on the chalkboard menu are the same ones that Brew Le offered – the menu wasn’t changed. The frozen yogurt has changed though. They no longer have organic frozen yogurt.
Based on old pictures, the décor hasn’t changed much from the Brew-Le days. It’s right next to a movie theater and if you present your movie ticket, you get 15% off.
The froyo is still self-serve. There are 10 flavors a day and toppings. The price is 55 cents an ounce. Toppings included: candy, granola, chocolate chips, cookies, mochi, coconut, fruit, cookie dough, popping boba, nuts, sprinkles, and syrups. They had some interesting flavors like unicorn yogurt and White Russian gelato.
Service was friendly. Unfortunately, Yogurt N’ Things seems just a continuation of Things-N-Yogurt. Even the name is similar. And the shop is walking distance to Menchie’s and Yogurtland.
* YOGURT N’ THINGS: 24415 Town Ctr Dr., Ste 125, Valencia, CA 91355
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
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