“Like the Red Line, the Green Line, the Orange Line, the Blue Line, and the Silver Line...” They're the BerryLine!
Locally-owned by good friends Pok Yang and Matthew Wallace, BerryLine is one of Boston’s favorite places to get frozen yogurt (they even won Boston.com’s A-List award for “Best FroYo” in 2010 and 2011). Their first location opened in September 2007 in Harvard Square, and now they also boast locations in Porter Square, Fenway and on Newbury Street.
The concept behind BerryLine is similar to that of Pinkberry – basically, you go in, pick the flavor of fro-yo you want, and then load on the toppings. BerryLine usually features three or so flavors per day, and the toppings are plentiful – everything from Fruity Pebbles to Oreos to strawberries.
On our most recent visit to BerryLine, Z and I popped into the Harvard Square location. I went with a small peanut butter frozen yogurt ($2.76), which was featured that day, and loaded it up with chocolate chips, strawberries and honey nut granola.
Prices for BerryLine’s yogurt are reasonable (a pint, the largest cup you can get, costs $5.33) – and for locally-made, inventive and delicious frozen yogurt, it’s worth every penny.