Go Greek Yogurt has locations in Beverly Hills, Topanga, and Newport Beach. I was invited to attend the grand opening of Go Greek’s newest location in Corona Del Mar. The location is on the corner of Coast Highway and Narcissus Avenue, just a few steps down from El Cholo. The store is located along the busy Coast Highway, with parking behind the building or along the street/ residential area.
It is not a big store, but there’s a lot to offer.
On one wall is Kyro: a self-serve Greek frozen yogurt that is prepared in-house using fresh (FRESKO) yogurt, so it’s rich in protein and probiotics, and lower in sugars and calories. There’s a variety of flavors from plain, chocolate, berries to the flavor of the day. This day’s flavor was biscuit, and yes, it did taste like a biscuit. Adjacent to the self serve machine are medleys of toppings you can add. Priced by weight at $0.75 an ounce.
In addition to Kyro, the staff can prepare over 15 sweet and savory fresh Greek yogurt creations. Prices range from $6.50-$10.50 depending on size and toppings. I tried a sample of the Greek Salad. At first I was a bit apprehensive, but the ingredients of a salad on top of yogurt worked. However, I think I would stick to the sweet toppings.
Go Greek Yogurt also has a cafe, serving up hot and cold espresso drinks, such as a Freddo Cappuccinos, as well as hot and iced teas.
Per Go Greek, they explained their plain Greek yogurt is packed with probiotics, contains double the protein, half the carbs, and half the sodium than that of regular yogurt, and is also lower in calories. When paired with their gourmet Greek and superfood toppings, these creations burst with enough nutritional value to nourish and satisfy the body during any meal of the day extended menu. For those who work out, its is a great protein alternative.