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New location in Hewitt
Perhaps I caught it at a slow time, but we didn't have to wait at all at the new location in Hewitt. As a low-carb eater, I was very pleased to find a no-sugar-added option that was something other than vanilla. They had a chocolate option and fruit toppings that were actually fresh fruit, not drowning in heavy syrup. Delightful!

Of course, if you aren't watching sugar, then the selection is much, much broader. Everyone in my group of six found something they really liked.

too long to wait for overpriced self serve!
3 Spoons is good as far as self serve yogurt places go, but lets face it, it is overpriced and the lines are way too long. You can get faster service and less time waiting in line on LaSalle at the 'other' place as well as a lower price per ounce. It is the only place in the Highway 6 mega-mess so it has a huge corner on that market....somebody needs to open up another at the other end and compete!

Ooops! Meant to give it four stars.

Probiotic? More like PROBELLY.
Okay, okay, let me start off by saying I'm all for frozen yogurt. I like frozen ice cream, frozen custard, etc. and I don't like to discriminate. What's awesome about 3 Spoons is they lure you in with their well designed atmosphere and their super friendly staff. Before you know it, you're paying six bucks for "a little" bit of yogurt that you covered with healthy things, like strawberries, blueberries, sprinkles, and just a TEENY BIT of chocolate chips. I mean, come on.

They also cleverly blast you with healthy propaganda that all starts with Pro and ends with Awesome. By the time you walk out, you are patting yourself on the back for successfully pleasing your sweet tooth and your waistline.

BUT BE WARNED. You will eventually become addicted, eat frozen yogurt all the time, and no one will love you. True story.

All jokes aside, I loved 3 Spoons when it opened. I felt like I had found the metaphorical closet that leads to Narnia. Then, every sorostitute and her new BFF were there after every possible Crush, along with a ton of high school kids who went there to escape their middle class white lives. It's hard to be a teenager, okay?!
Vanilla Briceby

Hope you like long lines
I'm from Brenham, so I grew up with ice cream. REAL ice cream. The best on the planet. Thus, maybe I'm biased against these yogurt places, but I really don't understand the craze.

Yes, it's still new, but 3 Spoons always seems to be swarming with people, and there is never enough seating. The yogurt itself is OK, and the big draw appears to be the fact that you can top your dessert yourself. Mmmmmkay. Personally, I'm not so enamored with toppings that it's much of a big deal for me.

In fact, my suggestion would be this: Park at 3 Spoons, walk over to Cold Stone, get some ice cream there, and walk back. Perhaps you'll make up the difference in the nutritional value in the exercise. And you'll definitely eat better.

That said, I speak only for myself and not for my family. My wife and kids love 3 Spoons, but again, I think it's mostly for the novelty of the picking out and piling on of toppings.

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