The Whole Frozen Yogurt Experience at Menchie’s in Nashville Is Somewhat Lacking

Menchie's

Back when I wrote my review of Martin’s Bar-B-Que in Nolensville, I also visited another restaurant for the first time that evening. Initially, Haley and I only wanted to get some cupcakes at Sparkle Cupcakes. Seeing how Menchie’s is right next door, we decided to give it a try since it’s been in Lenox Village for over a year now.

For those of you that don’t know, Menchie’s is another frozen yogurt franchise chain …

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Pinkberry #2 Is Arriving In Cool Springs on February 18

Pinkberry's Original Frozen Yogurt

A little over 3 months ago, Kevin Henderson (one of the people responsible for bringing Pinkberry to Tennessee) told me that he planned on opening a second Pinkberry in Cool Springs.  Well that time has come. As reported by Cool Springs News, Pinkberry is opening their 2nd store in the Cool Springs area. No longer will Pinkberry lovers have to trek all the way to the 1st location at 2306 West End Blvd in …

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Among Nashville’s Frozen Yogurt Wars, Sweet CeCe’s Proves One Of The Best

Sweet CeCe's Frozen Yogurt & Treats

Since my original review of the newly opened Pinkberry, I’ve heard a lot of comments about it in the world of frozen yogurt reviews. Basically there are two camps of commentators. One says Pinkberry is the best tasting yogurt ever and the other camp states that Sweet CeCe’s blows Pinkberry out of the water. Evidence of both of these opinions is shown on various websites such as Urbanspoon, Yelp, and the like. There really is no …

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Genghis Grill of Franklin Is A No Frills, Tasty Mongolian Stir Fry

Genghis Grill

The first time I had experience with Mongolian Stir Fry (or Mongolian Barbecue) was at a Chinese buffet a several years ago. Over time, more and more Chinese buffets would offer food in this manner, but the selection of meat, vegetables, and sauces were limited. I didn’t experience my first full commercialized experience until bd’s Mongolian Grill back in Lexington, Kentucky. Since then, that has been my benchmark for all Mongolian stir fry restaurants.

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