Fro-yo girl here. Frog makes its mark as the most club-like fro-yo shop out there and the location is perfect for late night fro-yo. It’s open till 2 AM most nights and 3 AM on Fridays and Saturdays.
The décor is striking, including the ceiling with tiny round lights that change colors and the wall covered with a graffiti style mural. The Frog Project features work from local artists on display at Frog and limited edition t-shirts with all proceeds going to the charity selected by the featured artist.
The sleek white interior with textured walls, attractive signs, overflowing bins of toppings, and 10 flavors of self-serve fro-yo a day make fro-yo hard to resist. Sample cups and hand sanitizer are prominently displayed and sampling is encouraged. The pristine toppings bar featured hot syrups, popping boba, mochi, candy, cookies, cookie dough, cheesecake bites, big brownie pieces, chocolate chips, nuts, and fresh fruit. The fruit looked fresher than what you normally find at a fro-yo shop. They also cut it into larger pieces.
Every frozen yogurt flavor that I tried was smooth, thick, firm and creamy. They only had one tart flavor though, original plain tart. The original plain tart was rich, thick and smooth. It had a heavier, cheesier flavor that I still enjoyed and paired well with fresh fruit. Luscious lemon is a sweet fro-yo flavor and it’s light on the lemon flavor. I would have preferred a tarter, more lemony flavor. About half the flavors were sweet classics like French roast coffee, Madagascar vanilla, Dulce de leche, and the rest were fruity, including one sorbet.
They charge 44 cents an ounce which I thought was worth the price since it felt like a premium experience. I saved my Frog spoon, the clear plastic one. Great branding!
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
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* FROG FROZEN YOGURT BAR: 1550 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028