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Broad Ripple Village Meets Zoe’s Yogurt Village

On a quaint little side street sits a cute little shop, not full of clothes or alcohol like your normal Broad Ripple store, but a wide selection of frozen yogurts. It may be November, but on a day like it was a few weeks ago when it’s 70 outside, some frozen yogurt can sure hit the spot!

With a menu that changes daily, Zoe’s Yogurt Village offers its customers small, medium, and large cups to fill with their choice of yogurt and over 25 toppings. Small usually does the trick for me and if you’re trying to keep it healthy I’d suggest some strawberries and kiwis. I’m also a little bit crazy over the not so healthy cheesecake bites.

Feel free to try it all but be warned, what you pay depends on how much your yogurt weighs. At $0.49 an ounce, it can be hard to figure out what you’ll be paying until they ring you up. Good news, discount if you have a student ID. Still feeling hungry? Try Zoe’s sister business, Gourmet Franks in the back.

With employees and an interior that are always bright and cheery, it’s sure to be an enjoyable experience. If you’re cruising through Broad Ripple, go north on Guilford from the main strip, Zoe’s is on your right at the next street.

If you don’t want a yogurt machine in your house after you visit this place, you may need to come back again for convincing!

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Written by : Kayla is a junior at Butler University majoring in Public Relations and Advertising with a minor in Critical Media Studies. She is involved in various campus organizations including PRSSA, ADrenaline, and HRC Special Events. Originally from Shoals, Indiana, she enjoys watching the Colts and spending time outdoors. You can follow Kayla on Twitter: @kaylawininger. Click here to find out more about our Butler Bloggers program and the bloggers or click here to read posts written by the Butler students.