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DiY Frozen Yogurt (Boynton Beach)

Posted on June 25th, 2013 · American Boynton Beach Desserts Fast Food


***** DiY Frozen Yogurt, 524 East Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach, Florida 33435, (561)733-8221.

Got a real-good… self-serve yogurt/sorbet joint for you—DiY Frozen Yogurt in Boynton Beach. Something like 14 different yogurt/sorbet flavors, all kinds of toppings, 42 cents an ounce.

Checks DiY’s menu/photos at website

Between you-me and the bedpost, these self-serve yogurt joints are literally a dime-a-dozen down here in South Florida…In Jeff Eats’ case, they are kinda a huge blur—like, they are all basically the same…remember that Bill Murray movie “Groundhog Day?”


Mrs. Jeff Eats wanted to give this one a shot, soooo a couple of nights ago- we gave it a shot. Clean as a whistle…great looking setup…loads of flavors (chocolate and vanilla were delicious), tons of toppings and a very-very upbeat and pleasant staff.

Nothing for nothing…

The way Jeff Eats sees it—if I’m gonna eat this stuff, I might as well get-it at a joint that seemingly wants my business.

DiY is open Monday-Saturday 10am-11pm, Sunday 11am-10pm.

4 Comments to “DiY Frozen Yogurt (Boynton Beach)”

  1. gina sanchez says...
    place looks great.
    it’s 5 minutes from my house.
    definitely will try it.

  2. JOE ROB says...

    jeff, you hit the nail on the head. they are all basically the same. so d├ęcor, cleanliness, staff are important factors to tip the scale (pun intended)

  3. gary says...

    Has anyone done this concept with REAL ice cream or frozen custard? I was in Mizner Park last week and heard a young girl ask her mom if she could go to Orange Leaf. Her mom said “no, but you can go to Sloans, I would rather you eat real ice cream rather than chemicals”.
    I believe that it was back in the 90’s when all the local ice cream parlors became dominated by the yogurt shops, after a couple of years the yogurt shops went out and the ice cream shops sprung back up.
    The self serve yogurt shops are a great concept but I think real ice cream is what the general population really wants.

    • JeffEats says...


      Just had a chance to read your comments.

      Like your ideas.

      How about a combo yogurt-ice cream store?

      Seven yogurt flavors and seven soft serve ice cream flavors.

      Thanks for reading…

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