One More Reason to Move to WeHo: It’s Jaywalker-Friendly
Among the many excellent reasons to move to West Hollywood, two standouts rise to the top. First: Yogurt Stop. Second: The very sane officers in the West Hollywood division of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department, who seem to have found a loophole in the California Vehicle Code’s jaywalking policy.
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There are 30 rotating flavors and 48 toppings, including chunks of chocolate brownie from nearby Cake and Art bakery, at Yogurt Stop, where customers do the heavy lifting (dispensing frozen yogurt, spooning toppings) and a disco ball enhances the funky aesthetic. The mostly nonfat yogurt is so creamy, especially the chocolate, that it could pass for soft-serve ice cream. Even die-hard Pinkberry addicts will warm to the tart selections.
When the bars along Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood’s Boys Town let out, the largely LGBT clientele stumbles down the street in search of … frozen yogurt? That seems to be the case at Yogurt Stop, where the lines at 2 a.m. regularly stretch to the sidewalk.
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With so many frozen yogurt shops popping up all over the place, it can be tough to choose just a few, but West Hollywood’s Yogurt Stop certainly tops our list. With flavors that are always offered, like “Coming Out Cake Batter,” “Charge Your Engine Chocolate,” and “Full ‘Er Up French Vanilla,” they also offer rotating flavors with funny names like “Street Cred Banana Bread,” “Mint Cookie Madness,” “Matcha Tea,” “I’m Coconuts For You,” and “LA Spin It A NY Cheesecake Minute.”
Yogurt Stop attracts paparazzi crowd
What happens when Kim Kardashian, Richard Simmons and Leonardo DiCaprio walk into a yogurt store? If you’re Shoshana Joseph and Marta Knittel—owners of West Hollywood’s Yogurt
Stop—your fledgling franchise gets major free press and street cred just when you need it.
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You know you’re in West Hollywood when the names of the yogurt flavors are “Milk My Harvey Chocolate,” “I’m Comin’Out Cake Batter,” and “‘Fierce’ French Vanilla.” I can’t say that the vanilla was really that Fierce and the Cake Batter tasted disturbingly like..
Kristin Chenoweth Braces Herself For Frozen Yogurt
Kristin Chenoweth isn’t letting her neck injury get in the way of grabbing an afternoon treat.
The blonde beauty, who suffered a neck injury while on set of The Good Wife, was all smiles while stopping at Yogurt Stop in West Hollywood with her adorable dog.
Are those cravings calling? Pregnant Rachel Zoe heads out for frozen yogurt with her lively toddler Skyler
She recently announced that she is expecting her second child.
And it seems that the svelte stylist may be experiencing pregnancy cravings.
Rachel Zoe was spotted spending some quality time with her son Skyler on Sunday and it seems the duo decided to indulge in a sweet treat after enjoying a spot of lunch together.
Rachel Zoe: Sweet Treat For Skyler
Rachel Zoe And Sklyer Are In A FroYo Frenzy!
This weekend was a busy time for celeb stylist Rachel Zoe, with the Emmys and all, but she still made time for her son Skyler! When the little guy asked for some FroYo at Yogurt Stop in West Hollywood on Sunday, saying no to that face was too hard, so Rachel took him to get his favorite sweet treat!
The Best Frozen Yogurt in Town? It Just Might be Yogurt Stop in West Hollywood
Pinkberry, Menchies, Yogurtland. They’re the ubiquitous Los Angeles neighborhood sweet spot. But they’ve got nothing in taste and uniqueness on more local operations like 21 Flavors. And better yet, Yogurt Stop in West Hollywood.
Smiling Kristin Chenoweth keeps her chin up in neck brace on trip to yogurt stop
Kristin Chenoweth’s set injury is still a pain in her neck, but she’s not letting it get her down.
The Good Wife star was in great spirits as she indulged in a cool treat with friends at Yoghurt Stop in West Hollywood on Tuesday. She laughed a lot and seemed to be enjoying the company of her friends.