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Yogurtown Comes to Downtown Wyandotte

The store offers customers to choose from 10 flavors of frozen yogurt, add some of the 50 toppings, weigh it, and pay by the ounce.

As the recession drags on and storefronts in Downtown Wyandotte remain vacant, it’s a pleasure to write about new businesses opening in the city. 

Yogurtown, a Dearborn-based self-serve frozen yogurt shop, will open its doors at 2913 Biddle in late February. The shop will be the smaller of the three venues, including the Allen Park store, which opened last November.  

"It was a big hit with customers from Wyandotte," said owner Celia Nasser, who runs the store with her husband, Mikey.

"We wanted to open ourselves up to new customers, while saving others the extra time from driving to Dearborn and Allen Park," she said. 

Wyandotte is very "community-based," and adds to our local feel, Celia said.

"Our shop's yogurt is made fresh on Michigan farms," she said. "So fresh, in fact that the order goes in one ear and out the utter." 

"When we call the farms to say we need a couple cases of vanilla, they literally milk a cow," she said. 

The store offers customers to choose from 10 flavors of frozen yogurt, add some of the 50 toppings, weigh it, and pay by the ounce. 

"If there’s a flavor you’d like to try at Yogurtown, fill out one of the suggestion forms in the store and let us know," Celia said. 

"By texting 'Yogurtown' to 75309, customers can join our texting service that sends them updates, special promotions and discounts straight to their cell phone," she said. 

Adding Yogurtown on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (Yogurtown) also gives you access to special promotions.

Visit the shop's website here. 

andrew.thurlow@patch.com 
Tammy Lynn Haystead January 21, 2014 at 08:07 PM
Are they hiring for the Wyandotte store, my son has been waiting to see something posted at the location?
John S. Cieslowski January 22, 2014 at 10:33 AM
Urg, I'm so mad! I went to one of these yogurt places down south like 4 years ago and said 'This will make a perfect addition to Wyandotte'. I really should've run with it. That being said, my loss is someone else's gain - best of luck to Mr. and Ms. Nasser - I will be a customer.
Sue Czarnecki January 22, 2014 at 01:26 PM
Groovy !!!!
Claus von Bulow January 25, 2014 at 12:06 PM
Congratulations and good luck. You chose a good community in which to open your business.

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