Thursday, March 3, 2011

Ellie's Yoberri


The gate from yesterday's post is at the entrance of another of my favorite places in town. Ellie's Yoberri in my opinion has the best frozen yogurt in town. It's not uncommon for me to make at least two trips in a week for some of their Classic Tart yogurt.

34 comments:

Olivier said...

hummmmmmm ca donne envie

Allison said...

No, no, no! You cannot do this to me! Frozen yogurt is one of my favorite things ever, and we can not get it here! What about the aerial food drop you once suggested for marshmallows, Randy? Could you have the military fly me in some yoberri? Arg!!

Allison said...

p.s. I'll take a large strawberry with lots of sprinkles or white chocolate macademia. Got that?

Eyeliquor said...

I like their logo
Goes well with the pretty blue sky!

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful sign, I love strawberry yogurt!
Léia

Carola said...

Light, sky, icecream, that makes us happy.

Traveling Hawk said...

It seems yummy! The sign looks nice on the blue sky of Sanata Fe!

Randy, I always wandered if you read my 2 posts about Santa Fe (2 and 3 October, 2010) :)

VP said...

Love the sign, twice a week seems quite fair for something like this...

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I would love to pop in there for a yogurt... I imagine that they stay quite busy... nice angle on this photo and the contrails across that vivid blue sky are lovely.

G

Kathy said...

The backdrop of a beautiful blue sky certainly enhances the picture.

texwisgirl said...

There could be worse addictions...

Magpie said...

I'm very proud of your ability to restrain yourself and only go two days a week. Looks like a place that might have the potential to become an everyday stop. :)
It's Thursday!!

Sharon said...

Sounds delicious! Now I'm craving some tasty frozen yogert.

Lúcia said...

Love frozen yougurt too!
What a wonderful sky!
Have a nice day Randy! ;-)

Dawn said...

Oh too good!
Love the sign....but I think I would like to just go in and eat. Picture of your next bowl please?

Dawn said...

Actually...I've been thinking. Why don't we all just come down to visit and celebrate with a bowl. What a picture that could be.

Luis Gomez said...

Yogurt is always good!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

I'd be happy to join you at least once a week if I lived in Santa Fe!

JM said...

In this case the sky replaces the fantastic blue details you've been showing. Just great!

becky said...

Happy Thursday Randy. Sounds yummy. One of these days I've got to get out & try some of these places you post. ( I have yet to dine @ the place on the corner w/ the chicken sandwich you recommended!) Almost TGIF for you...
I'm working all weekend- yikes!

Birdman said...

Looks like it's a bit off the beaten track. It's where we find the best.

Irredento Urbanita said...

I understand your sweet addiction to seet flavours. I do the same.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

L.D. said...

Ooo one of my favorite things..have to remember this when I make it out there one day. Cool photo too

Tracy said...

Oh, I love the name!

SKIZO said...

Wonderful
work
thank you for sharing

Jack said...

I'll join you and the others for companionship, but I'll go find a coffee shop for some caffein.

NYC In Photographs said...

This is making me want some yogurt! I love the blue sky in this shot! Very nice!


I agree, it's interesting how the Tammany Society picked it's name. From what I know so far, the real Tammany, Chief Tamanend, was a leader of a tribe somewhere in the Mid-Atlantic who ended up selling large portions of land to William Penn. These vast tracts of land would later become were Philadelphia was founded. A group of Quakers who set up a fishing club picked Tamanend as a sort of patron saint to their organization. Some time during the Revolutionary War, a group of colonists wanted to pick a figure to rival the English's Saint George and Saint Andrew. They picked Tamanend and carried flags with his likeness on it into battle. By the end of the war, a sort of lore was established about Tamanend. He was said to be a friend of America who lived somewhere to the west of the Appalachians; a man who discovered bread, tobacco, improved the bow and arrow, taught people how to make canoes, created the Great Lakes, and even to have fought the devil for 50 straight days in hand to hand combat(Looks like Chuck Norris has some competition.). Many former soldiers from the war would start to create societies in various cities with the name Tammany in it and one of these ended up being the one in New York.

RedPat said...

I love frozen yogurt in the summer! I can hardly wait. Nice capture!

Tommy Andre Nekkoy said...

now I want ice-creame - Mmmm

bfarr said...

Neat sign and I am sure the yogurt is delicious, but more interesting to me is that there is not a soul on the road or sidewalk...except you.

Beatriz said...

Hi Randy,
more ... there is a beautiful clear blue sky

Regina K said...

Yummmmm

cieldequimper said...

Ah... Something that does not really exist here. I could O.D. on frozen yoghurt.

Olga said...

I feel like I was walking down this street too. Very lovely shot!