Media has always had a vibrant global dining scene, but was always missing one thing-a frozen yogurt shop to call their own-until now. Mango’s Frozen Yogurt located at 311 E. Baltimore Pike is the coolest destination for families this summer.
Customers weave their way throughout their whimsical, orange and green dining room as they build their dessert masterpieces. Mango’s Frozen Yogurt has options for everyone- dairy-free, gluten-free, low fat, no fat and sugar-free frozen yogurts.
The price is based on weight and costs 49 cents an ounce. Their daily offerings include Alpine Vanilla, Pomegranate Raspberry Sorbet, Classic Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Irish Mint, Cookies n’ Cream, Red Velvet, Cake Batter, Dulce de Leche, Espresso, Very Strawberry, Island Banana, Blueberry, Peach Mango Tart, Hawaiian Pineapple and Strawberry Lemonade Sorbet.
After customers pick up a 16 oz, 24 oz cup or waffle cone and flavors, they enter the ultimate test of self control-the topping bar. First, customers pass by containers of fresh cut pineapple, bananas, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and fresh fruit. Dessert-goers can forgo the fruit and load up their froyo with over 20 sweet options-everything from mini marshmallows to brownie bites, chocolate pretzels to frosted animal cookies, Ghirardelli Creamy Caramel Sauce to Whipped Cream.
Mango’s Frozen Yogurt only opened on May 19 and has already churned out quite the following. “We have these punch cards for frequent buyers, when they buy 10 they get $4 off their next yogurt purchase. We’ve seen people come in with five or six punches or they’ve already finished their punch card,” said Joe Narzikul, co-manager.
Mango’s Frozen Yogurt is always sprinkled with Narzikul family members, both working behind the counter and helping out throughout the shop. In February, Joe and his co-manager and cousin, Erika Narzikul, were brainstorming ideas of businesses to fill one of the empty spaces in their family’s property.
Joe’s younger sister has a love affair with frozen yogurt and as their busy store has proven, she is not the only one. The store’s namesake is after their grandfather, who was floored by a mango dessert when he was out dining with Joe and is always on a quest at every restaurant to find his favorite dessert.
“All of the little guys just come in and help, they just want to be a part of it. You always see someone of any age running around here doing something. To be part of the family or the team, it makes everyone happy,” said Erika Narzikul.
Families and sports teams have come from neighboring towns with one common message- Mango’s Frozen Yogurt was the missing piece to Media’s culinary scene. Mango’s Frozen Yogurt is open Mondays through Saturdays 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays. Like them on Facebook!