Been to. This location multiple times and they are NEVER OPEN. Waste of time. Luckly I discovered a local fro yo just down then street.
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Although it is fun to make your own sundae & choose as many toppings as you like, the price is determined by weight and it always winds up being very expensive. Not worth it in my book.
to a rich dessert after dining out - or after a movie. I like being able to choose which flavor(s) and control the amount of yogurt, as well as the toppings. Place is bright & clean and yes, sign up for their frequent user card...More
Their website advertised tons of different flavors but we had no more than 12-14 flavors to choose from at the location in The Market Common. The butter peacan/banana mix is delicious! Pretty inexpensive compared to other frozen yogurt places back home.
Who doesn't like froyo? You pay by the ounce for the frozen yogurt and toppings. Price is the same as what we have around our hometown, so you aren't getting taken. The froyo flavors were VERY flavorful. Overwhelming thumbs up for the chocolate cake batter...More
Clean, bright, & colorful, this self serve yogurt shop is conveniently located at Market Commons (beside Orvis). It is a great place to stop in and get a little or a lot (no one's judging) of tasty yogurt in classic and artisnal flavors. Weight based...More
There are several frozen yogurt outfits out there and more popping up each month it seems. Discovered Orange Leaf in Market Commons (Myrtle Beach, SC) after getting our first taste of such establishments in NC. Have been by couple of times with kids already. If...More
Orange Leaf is a great spot to get yogurt while you're shopping in Market Common. It's not too expensive as long as you watch how much you're pouring into your bowl. You buy it by the ounce and of course if you get a huge...More
In the Market Common. A great spot to stop and refresh on a hot day. Yummy yogurt and do it yourself toppings. sold by weight.
Yogurt was not frozen well. Soup within two minutes even in the air conditioning. $20 for two small bowls!