Bethesda Frozen Yogurt Shop To Add Sushi Bar


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  Berry Yogurt, the frozen yogurt shop with the ping pong table, foosball and air hockey, is adding a sushi bar to its spacious Norfolk Avenue store. An employee said the sushi bar should be installed by the end of next week. The popular ping pong table will be moved to make room, but it was a natural next step for the store, which opened in August 2011. The 2,000-square-foot space (7920 Norfolk Ave.), a former Chico's clothing store, is much bigger than a typical froyo stop. Customers will be able to pick out sushi at 49 cents a piece, similar to the 49 cents an ounce charge for yogurt. A special sushi chef will start Monday and eventually Berry Yogurt will offer $6 and $8 lunch specials for those looking for something quicker than nearby sit-down sushi spots such as Hanaro Restaurant & Lounge (7820 Norfolk Ave.) and Satsuma (8003 Norfolk Ave.).

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