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Menchie's Frozen Yogurt comes to Westchase Town Center

At Menchie's, customers can choose from a variety of frozen yogurt flavors and toppings. [Courtesy of Menchie's]
At Menchie's, customers can choose from a variety of frozen yogurt flavors and toppings. [Courtesy of Menchie's]
Published May 29

Menchie's Frozen Yogurt recently opened in the Westchase Town Center, offering cool and tasty treats to beat the summer heat.

Owner Donna DeVivo became interested in opening a Menchie's after watching an episode of the CBS show Undercover Boss that featured the California-based franchise.

"I felt passionate about the company and the brand," said DeVivo.

The Westchase location opened on May 18, and DeVivo already has plans to open two more Menchie's in the Tampa Bay area.

Menchie's offers self-serve frozen yogurt that is made exclusively with a custom blend of flavors using the highest quality ingredients. Rotating and seasonal flavors include gluten-free, vegan, lowfat, non-fat and no high fructose corn syrup options.

After filling their cups or waffle bowls with frozen yogurt, customers can choose from a wide variety of toppings. Dairy-free sorbet and custom frozen yogurt cakes are also available.

DeVivo is excited to be part of the Westchase community and looks forward to helping local schools and organizations with the Menchie's Fundraising program. Organizations can earn up to 20 percent on purchases made during their event.

"We give back to the community and schools," said DeVivo.

Menchie's is at 9654 W Linebaugh Ave. next to Crabby Bill's Off The Hook. It is open 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For more information, call (813) 510-4512 or visit menchies.com.

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