Get Dessert at the East End’s Best Frozen Yogurt Shops

Who serves the East End's best frozen yogurt?
Who serves the East End's best frozen yogurt? Photo credit: romrodinka/iStock/Thinkstock

Best Frozen Yogurt was a brand-new category for 2015 in the Dan’s Best of the Best contest—and the competition was heated.

Dan’s Papers readers feel passionately about these cold treats and showed it by voting for their favorite fro-yo shops on the Twin Forks.

South Fork platinum winner Buddhaberry (125 Main Street, Sag Harbor; 631-808-3888, is so sure of their quality and reputation, they turned Rihanna down at the door after hours this past summer! And unlike many froyo options, their offerings include five cultures, including three live probiotic strains selected for their digestive benefits and immune system strengthening. Buddhaberry has 12 regular flavors and oodles of unexpected and healthy topping choices, such as chia seeds, chocolate covered coconut, cocoa dusted acai berries and raw chopped nuts.

For Yummylicious (2-8 Main Street, Sag Harbor; 631-223-8119,, the name says it all! This ice cream parlor and frozen yogurt shop draws customers in with it’s fun pink decor and colorful spherical lights, but they keep coming back for the yummy frozen treats. Flavors such as salted caramel pretzel and birthday cake make for a decadent, unforgettable froyo

Our North Fork Best of the Best honorees are also neighbors, both located on Mattituck’s Main Road.

Platinum awardee Magic Fountain (9825 Main Road, Mattituck; 631-298-4908, in Mattituck has been making homemade frozen treats and delighting customers with unique and creative flavors since 1977. A former Dairy Queen, this ice cream shop became anything but a corporate, cookie-cutter establishment. Magic Fountain is also our plantinum winner in the Ice Cream category, so it only makes sense that the family-owned and operated shop gives their frozen yogurt a chance to shine.

Yogurt Expressions (13175 Main Road, Mattituck; 631-298-7954, has a wide range of flavors, fun yogurt dispensers built into the walls, late hours and a fun, casual atmosphere. This shop grabbed the gold.

More from Our Sister Sites