Saturday, June 12, 2010

Red Mango is what dream food tastes like!

PLEASE NOTE: The contents of this blog post may or may not be based on actual events in the life of 4T4F. Any similarities you may find to your own life experiences or to those of people you know are pure coincidences. 

I promise. :)


Since Ivana has dedicated quite of her own posts to our favorite hot-spot in Boston, MA, I figured that I just had to be in the loop too, so here goes: 

Have you ever had one of those dreams where you're being chased by some "thing" (ie: a big dog, the Headless Horseman, Jack Skellington, a Tetris block... to name a few) until you run into a really fancy Italian restaurant to hide, yet suddenly realize that you're ravenously hungry, and then sit down to eat, but wake up with a jolt because the aforementioned "thing" has reappeared right before you can get that first morsel of deliciousness into your mouth?? 

If you've been lucky enough to get past this point in the dream, feel free to leave a comment and let 4T4F know otherwise, but if I had to guess, I'd have to say that dream food tastes strikingly like Red Mango! 

Not only is it natural and healthy to the T, but the froyo at Red Mango has a tang-y zip that complements its creamy and rich nature just right. oh and did I mention the fresh fruit??! :D 

Beyond the food, though, the inside of Red Mango is trendy and always vibrantly clean, too, so it's a great place to hang-out. At the same time, the service at Red Mango is great. I've never felt bad standing in front of the window of flavors for a good 5 minutes trying to decide which toppings I want, and if you're the type of person who could spend the entire morning dwelling over what to have for lunch (guilty as charged!), the people there are more than happy to give you a sample of the different froyo flavors available. 

So if you're ever in the neighborhood of a Red Mango store, be sure to stop by -- you (hopefully!) won't be disappointed! 



P.S. Learn this combination: Regular size. Original flavor. Strawberries. Mangoes. After all, you can't have Red Mango without the Red and the Mango! 

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