The Brookline location will be 16 years old this summer. It was opened by Robert Shuman in the year 5757 - which represents the Jewish calendar year 1997. He wanted to open a place that had Jewish cuisine that wasn’t solely kosher, serving upscale Jewish food. From the classic chicken soup the banana stuffed French toast, I feel as if we could be open 24 hours a day with all the tourists and students around here.
The creators of the soft-serve, all-natural frozen yogurt first opened their doors in Chicago, IL on July 2011, where CEO Ron Graves shook hands and gave out free samples at the 635 N State St. location. Just months after the grand opening, Pinkberry partnered with DiningIn to provide ‘swirly goodness’ to customers without them leaving their home.