We stopped by this fro-yo place while in Addison. It was.. ok. I wouldn't go back. There are better places in Dallas. It has the normal setup: you choose a bunch of flavors, add toppings, and pay by the pound. So yes, its fine. I like the place by Starbucks at Arapaho & Hillcrest better, Froyo Workshop. In my opinion, it has better flavors than Tutti Frutti. I did enjoy the atmosphere at Tutti Frutti. It was clean, relaxing, shiny, and quiet. Of course, perhaps it does more business after the bars close. Or perhaps more during the day. They have some TV show-watching events they hold there. These certainly could be a good excuse for a Girls' Night Out.
I did think the decor was adorable, as it is with most of these frozen yogurt places. Bright lights, bright colors. All very neon, shiny, modern, and very much my style. These places always remind me of the parfait shops in Japan. There is a bright cleanliness transmitted through such decor that I love. I love hard, clean floors, rather than musty, dusty carpets. A place like this certainly appeals to the interior designer inside me! If all else, that might be a good reason to stop by after a visit to Sherlocks. I hear tell people like to drink there..
5100 Belt Line Rd., Ste. 800
Dallas, TX 75254
There are also locations in Frisco, Plano, and Richardson.
6859 Arapaho Rd. # 603
Dallas, TX 75019