You Need to Go to: BerryLine

You Need to Go to: BerryLine

I have one very important piece of advice for you. If you’re in Boston, run to Harvard Square. Or whatever, you can walk; that’s what Sara and I did today (LONG walk!). Or you can even take public transportation. Just yourself there and to 1 Arrow Street as soon as possible.

Why? To get to BerryLine. BerryLine is officially my new favorite place. It’s a frozen yogurt place, but you know how most frozen yogurt tastes pretty much like ice cream? This actually tastes like real yogurt. Amazingly good, creamy yogurt. Of course, the best part is the toppings. They offer tons of different fruits, candies, cereals (Fruity Pebbles!), etc.

Or maybe the best part is that the yogurt has 25 calories/oz. So a small yogurt has 125 calories. A medium, 200. Wow. I’m seriously in love.

Finally. BerryLine is Boston’s answer to PinkBerry. Now if only there were one just a little bit closer to my apartment, I think I might move in.

Sorry, we couldn’t really wait to take pictures before we started eating!


6 Responses to "You Need to Go to: BerryLine"

  1. Sara says:

    or wait… how many does a large have? because that’s what i ate! gosh, my picture is a pathetic site. half of it’s gone.

    can’t WAIT to go back! all other frozen yogurt is dead to me.

  2. Rachel Ann says:

    That is so awesome to hear! I’m moving to Boston June 1st and I’ve been in Bulgaria for five months where on every corner there is a man selling homemade frozen yogurt with berries. It’s cold and tangy and unsweetened and thought I may never have it again. I’m so glad I can get it in Boston!

  3. ToKissTheCook says:

    OMG! It’s Starfruit! That’s the place D and I have gotten addicted to!

    Although, per the above, those vendors in Bulgaria sound like a favorite thing as well!

  4. Erin says:

    Haha… I’m going over to Harvard Square this afternoon. I may have to drop by for some Fruity Pebble topped yogurt now. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Alya says:

    I want one!

  6. Larissa says:

    Mmmm! I love this stuff. In LA, Pinkberry and all of its knockoffs are EVERYWHERE. And I am not complaining.

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