Yogli Mogli Plops Down Another Atlanta Location

yogli mogli to open a virginia highland location ~ what now, atlanta?
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Virginia Highland Gets Flash Freezed

Yogli Mogli signed another lease in the Atlanta market, this time in Virginia Highland.

The lease was secured this past Sunday, October 31, according to a representative for the company.

But does Atlanta need more yogurt? Well, Wikipedia says, “People have been eating yogurt for at least 5,400 years.”

Our [unapproved] edit to that page: People have been eating yogurt for at least 5,400 years. Atlanta’s mission: to open a yogurt shop for every year people have been eating it.

Yogli Mogli has been helping Atlanta’s mission by, what seems like, replacing oxygen with bacterial fermented milk taking every available corner. And that’s a lot of frozen cow juice.

But hey, at 39 cents an ounce, at least it’s an affordable and healthy alternative to sweaty treats such as the ice cream served at Repicci’s in Midtown.

Taking space next to Murphy’s and across the street from the new YEAH! Burger, Yogli Mogli is opening at 1002 N. Highland avenue February, 2011.

Other upcoming locations for Yogli Mogli include the Newnan, Dunwoody, Buckhead, Snellville, Cumming and West Cobb markets, all slated to open March 2011. Spaces for most of these locations are still in the works and leases are still under negotiation.

As much as we love covering new burger, pizza and yogurt joints, we’ll be sure to update on those locations as soon as leases are secured.

Yogli Mogli
1002 N. Highland Ave
Atlanta GA 30306

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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urban
9 years ago

Let me make one thing clear, you can NEVER have too many Yogli Mogli’s! I hope they one day become a worldwide standard like Starbucks is to coffee.

9 years ago

so sad that Starbucks is the standard for coffee…I haven’t succumed to the whole “froyo” craze that is repeating itself 20 years after the original but I have no want to either. although, there is a frozen yogurt place at Terminus that has an awesome Taro froyo…delish!

Jennifer
9 years ago

I am so excited! I really truly love Yogli Mogli

jon
9 years ago

wow more froyo news. never boring on this blog…

Missy
9 years ago

LOVE YOGLI MOGLI…very exciting!

Allen
9 years ago

Chains as a whole do poorly in Virginia Highland. Starbucks closed their one location down the street. This establishment is contrary to the unique flavor of Atlanta’s best neighborhood.

Jenna
9 years ago

How long until Juicy Green is gone??? Which space is the new Yogli Mogli going into next to Murhphy’s?

sammy
9 years ago

Not sure what the buzz is here. YM is really nothing special.

Ron Dean
9 years ago

So now that will be the third yogurt shop in maybe a mile stretch on the same road. Virginia Highlands seems very loyal and to support individually owned businesses and I don’t think a chain is going to do well there. I may be wrong but I will continue to support the “regular” businesses in the area.

amy
9 years ago

It is going in the former dentist office that was there for 30+ years. The space was in awful condition! Again I think there is enough fro-yo already in a mile radius down there…

R
9 years ago

I don’t understand how the rest of Atlanta is flooded with frozen yogurt, but there is yet to be a single fro yo place in Midtown…

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