We knew that we'd be checking it out on February vacation, and that's where we went late Wednesday morning.
It's called "Twisted", I think, though the branding has that little hyphen in between the "T" and the "wisted".
I may not know exactly what they're called - but I know I liked the frozen yogurt.
I know what you're thinking. "After all that health-conscious stuff you've been writing about the past few days, now you're having frozen yogurt before lunch?!"
Well, first of all, I have three kids, so before lunch is prime time for certain things. Secondly, according to the Lose It! app, 5 ounces of frozen yogurt (you weigh when you pay - and if that's not their slogan, it should be) is not all that high in calories.
So here's how it works: You walk in, grab a cup (there were cones available too, though I didn't see them until later), and then face a wall with about 20 frozen yogurt dispensers:
It's self-serve, then you walk over to the toppings and go to town. Everything is available, from chocolate chips and sprinkles to blueberries and other fruits that I didn't stop to look at very much.
Then you go to the register, there's a scale there, and "you weigh when you pay." (I'm telling you. I hope they thought of that.) It's something like $0.49/ounce. It's actually probably the cheapest thing in Sudbury, Massachusetts.
Sudbury is where it's located, right on Route 20 - as you can tell by that top picture, it's kind of tucked away in the back of a little shopping center. It's not going to get much foot traffic, but once word-of-mouth catches on, I think this place will do all right. We were there right when it opened on Wednesday (I told you - three kids), and it's February break. I think, come summertime, or even the spring, the place is going to be packed. Actually, for some reason I got a little anxious thinking about how packed it might get, being not all that far from the high school. I want to go on a hot summer evening, but I'm nervous about how busy it might be. I'll have to get over that.
As for the frozen yogurt itself - it was great. I had cookies and cream - figured I'd keep it simple and go more exotic on future visits. Because there will be future visits. As long as it doesn't get too crowded.