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Pinkberry Begins Delivery Service on December 15

Although the weather has been relatively mild for this time of year, the forecasters are still predicting a brutal winter in Chicago. Pinkberry, a relative newcomer to the cold weather scene (as they are based out of California), has come up with a way for you to be able to enjoy their frozen treats without leaving your cozy, heated home.

Starting December 15 in partnership with Dining In, Pinkberry will start delivery. They will take orders from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and it will take about 20 to 45 minutes to get your froyo. All current flavors and toppings will be available, but they prefer you limit it to no more than three fruit and three dry toppings per cup. Minimum order is $20 so you may want to order with friends. The delivery area will be down to Roosevelt, no further west than Damen and no further north than Irving Park Road.

If you happen to be out and about and temperature is 32 degrees or lower, Pinkberry will take ten percent off your in-store purchase. Also look for a special New Year's treat the last week in December as they will be offering a "happy hour" with froyo half-off between 2 to 5 p.m.

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