First Frozen Yogurt Shop Opens in Euclid

City Planning & Economic Development officials and members of the Yu family celebrated the sweet arrival of Yogurt City with the presentation of a commemorative friendship plaque from the City of Euclid and ceremonial ribbon cutting.

On October 23rd, Yogurt City, located at 22312 Lake Shore Boulevard, officially opened its doors to the public to much fanfare, and offered free frozen yogurt to customers all day long. Representatives from the Mayor’s Office and Euclid City Council, City Economic Development officials and officials from the Euclid Chamber of Commerce celebrated the franchise’s sweet arrival to the City.

Euclid residents will have a healthier alternative to satisfy their sweet tooth in the City.

Frank Yu, owner of the China House at 22316 Lake Shore Boulevard in Shore Center Shopping Center, will operate Yogurt City right next door.

Yu recognized that the City lacked a place to get a healthy snack. At .45/ounce residents can also expect a bargain.

The store operates on a self-serve model. Customers choose from 10 flavors available daily and then select from more than 40 toppings which range from fresh fruit to candy. In total, the store boasts over 40 flavors which are rotated periodically.

The most unusual flavor is Maple Bacon Donut although Frank says his favorite is Peanut Butter.

Frank Yu transformed the vacant storefront making the space a place a great place to enjoy a guilt-free frozen confection.

Sheila Gibbons, Executive Director at the Euclid Chamber of Commerce is happy to have the new business in town. “We are always excited to see new businesses open and we encourage the community to come out and support our local business owners,”  she said.

Nicole Musgrave

Economic Development Coordinator, City of Euclid

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Volume 4, Issue 10, Posted 1:09 PM, 11.11.2013