Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era
Frozen yogurt at Bloomfield
Elizabethtown boutique Another Mean Cup Grills Goin' Wild to open Subway in truck stop
Frozone Frozen Yogurt, a self-serve frozen yogurt restaurant, has opened at 245 Bloomfield Drive, Lititz.
Frozone, located in the Shoppes at Bloomfield, offers 14 flavors of frozen yogurt from seven machines. There also are a variety of toppings, including cereals, candies and fresh fruit.
Dry toppings are arrayed in long, tower-like wall dispensers as well as a smaller toppings bar.
Customers dispense their own yogurt, add toppings and then pay based on weight.
The yogurt shop has seating for 48 in addition to a room in the back that can be reserved for parties or other events. Frozone is owned by the families of Tina Ko and Joyce Wang.
Ko says her son helped decide on some of the toppings, recommending that Magic Shell and Cocoa Pebbles be among the options.
Hours: 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon-9 p.m. Sunday. 509-3999, gofrozone.com.
Mayita's Boutique has opened on the square in Elizabethtown.
The shop, at 1 S. Market St., takes a space formerly occupied by Center Square Bakery, which has moved to the other side of the square.
Mayita's Boutique sells a variety of fashions and decor, including clothing, bags, jewelry and small gifts. It is owned by Mayita Hoyos, who previously has had space at Shoppes at Market, a conglomeration of shops at 206 S. Market St.
Mayita's Boutique operates out of roughly 500 square feet, although Hoyos says she eventually plans to expand into a space next door.
Hours: 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday. 367-3008.
Mean Cup, which operates a coffee stand at Lancaster Central Market, will be opening a coffee shop at 398 Harrisburg Ave., Suite 200.
The new cafe, which will be located in the Champion Forge Center between Fenz and Evolution Yoga, will sell espresso drinks, drip coffee, iced coffee, chai, flavored sodas and hot and iced tea as well as bulk coffee and tea.
The new Mean Cup also will have food catered by The Goodie Shop, including baked goods, quiche, sandwiches and salads.
The location will have seating for roughly 60 to 70 people, including 16 seats outside. Owner Clark Schenck said construction is about to begin, adding that he expects it to be completed in "the next few months."
Mean Cup will continue to operate its stand at Central Market
Grills Goin' Wild, which has been operating a food truck, will open a restaurant in mid- to late April at 1325 Fruitville Pike, the former home of Hot Diggity Dog.
The restaurant's menu will be basically the same as the food truck's: pulled pork, roast beef and chicken sandwiches as well as burgers and hot dogs. The restaurant also will have fries, soups and salads.
The burgers and hot dogs come in 17 varieties, inclusing some unusual toppings such as The Elvis (peanut butter and banana) and The McCheesy (cheese and mac & cheese.)
Grills Goin' Wild is owned by Don Bouder and Tyler Edmonds. Edmonds is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and a former owner of the Watering Trough in Mount Joy.
Clean-up and renovations are under way on the roughly 1,700-square-foot restaurant, which will have space for 46 seats.
The food truck will continue to operate once the restaurant opens although Bouder said it mostly would be used for special events and private parties.
A Subway restaurant opened recently inside Lancaster Travel Plaza, 2622 Lincoln Highway East, Ronks.
The Subway has seating for about 30. The Sunoco truck stop, including the Subway, is owned by Anil Jivani.
The Lancaster Travel Plaza is open 24 hours daily. Subway's hours are 6 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. 687-6112. subway.com.
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