CherryBerry Frozen Yogurt Shop Opens In Maple Grove

The shop, scheduled to open April 11, lets people create their own frozen concoctions.

Think it would be fun to mix up your own frozen treat?

You’ll soon have the chance: CherryBerry Self-Serve Frozen Yogurt is set to open in Maple Grove the first week in April 2012, said Dan Nelson, who represents all the new Minnesota CherryBerry stores.

According to Nelson, in a phone interview with Patch April 11, the yogurt shop will open 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 11 and regular business hours will start Thursday, April 12. They will be open seven days a week, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The new shop in Maple Grove will be located at The Fountains at Arbor Lakes, 11630 Fountains Drive. One of the reasons CherryBerry choose Maple Grove, Nelson said, was due to the location.

"We have some really great co-tenants," he said.

The shop will occupy the space formerly filed by Stone Source and have nearby neighbors such as and the upcoming new cupcake shop and custom cake studio.

CherryBerry shops have 12-16 flavors of frozen yogurt and about 50 toppings for customers to choose from, Nelson said told Patch. There will be fresh fruit, cut daily, he said, with about five to six varieties.

“But we’ll still have cookie dough and candy pieces,” Nelson said. “It’s a great product—not what I remember about frozen yogurt as a youngster.”

The store will seat about 32 people inside and 24 outside during warm-weather months, he said.

CherryBerry will also have free wi-fi, televisions and an environment that Nelson says "encourages people to hang around" and is family-friendly.

The Oklahoma-based company has dozens of locations across the country.

For more information check out the CherryBerry website.

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