Fro-yo girl here. Easy Breezy just opened in Noe Valley last week and it’s been so popular that they sold out of frozen yogurt by Sunday evening. In the weeks before the shop opened, I noticed many people stop and look at the storefront as though they really wanted some fro-yo. The owners are Noe Valley residents who wanted to bring quality fro-yo to the neighborhood.
There’s much to like about Easy Breezy. First, it’s rustic and cute with lots of wood everywhere, including wood log benches. The mascot is an adorable cup of smiling fro-yo with arms and legs. Second, it’s eco-friendly. Third, they’ve come up with their own fro-yo recipes and some are organic. Fourth, they had organic berries, peanut butter filled pretzels and biscotti as toppings.
You’ll find 6 flavors a day (mostly fro-yo but I also spotted a custard) with fresh fruit, mochi, brownies, cheesecake bits, nuts, cookies, candy, cookie dough, popping boba, syrups and more for 50 cents an ounce. My favorite was their organic lime tart fro-yo (it’s so rare to see lime fro-yo) made with fresh lime juice. It was creamy, smooth, fresh and tangy. So good! Tom’s tart, the original tart flavor, was also delicious and creamy, though a bit airier than I prefer.
Fro-yo flavors of the day:
* French custard
* Tom’s tart
* Cake batter
* Vanilla bean
* Chocolate milk
Pick up a frequent buyer card and an Easy Breezy t-shirt if you’re so inclined. The t-shirts feature the cute smiling cup of fro-yo mascot.
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
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* EASY BREEZY FROZEN YOGURT: 4028 24th St., San Francisco, CA 94114