Tangysweet Opens With Free Fro-Yo

The second outpost of the frozen-yogurt shop Tangysweet opened its doors today in Penn Quarter (202-347-7893), and until 11 tonight, it’s giving customers a free small fro-yo (plain, pomegranate, or green-tea flavor) with one topping—choices include fresh pineapple, chocolate chips, and Cap’n Crunch cereal. If the tart snack leaves you with too much of a chill, head next door to sister spot Red Velvet Cupcakery (202-347-7895) and warm up with a cup of Valrhona hot chocolate ($4) and a cupcake ($3.25). Former DC Coast pastry chef David Guas has created the trendy confections, which come in flavors such as lemon cake with coconut frosting and espresso cake with mocha buttercream.  

Tangysweet and Red Velvet Cupcakery, 675 E St., NW.


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