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A Guide to Finding Your Perfect Dallas Yogurt Shop

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Now that Pinkberry's opened its new West Village location, the Dallas frozen yogurt invasion may finally be complete.

Alongside Uptown competitors OrangeCup, Red Mango and The Yogurt Shop Formerly Known as Yogilicious, how many more yogurt shops can one neighborhood support?

All these options can make choosing your yogurt stop a little daunting. Whether you're a fan of the trendy Pinkberry, a sucker for the sample crazy self-serve fro-yo, or a loyalist to the creaminess that started it all -- Red Mango -- here's a guide (with the help of our Art Director Alexander Flores) to help you find the perfect light, tasty treat.

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