So today as I was waiting for my pinkberry after work I was wondering why they bother asking if I want it to stay or to go because either way they give you a container with no cover (at least here in nyc). The funny thing is this bothered me months ago and I actually asked them why they asked that question and they assured me that if you ask for it to go they do indeed put a lid on it for you (at the time I was getting to stay so I didn't really know better). So tell me pinkberry - are you just doing a survey? wanting to know how many people want it to stay and how many people want it to go? If that's the case then fine - but otherwise you're wasting precious time asking questions that have no relevance! ;)
So the other day as I was stopping on my way home from work at the Spring Street p-berry, I decided why not - I'll be bad and get a second original with mango-mochi-yogurt chips to go! A friend of mine swears by this (see previous post) so I was curious to try it out.
I have a couple of observations:
1. You get a decent amount of toppings by asking them to pack them separately - but...
2. The yogurt gets a bit too frozen so it's not quite the same experience (though it does make it last longer since it takes more time to eat it!)
So I thought I was bad having to stop at pinkberry on my way home from work at least once a week. This is the picture of a friend's freezer....
granted he has been away and needs to catch up on two months sans-pinkberry but from what I understand this is a fairly normal occurrence. The only reason I hadn't thought of it was that I thought the toppings would not keep well. Little did I know that they will actually pack your toppings separately! now my freezer might have to be chock full o'pinkberry too.