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Freestyle Yogurt to Open a Downtown Hudson Location

Freestyle Yogurt first opened its first location in St. Paul in January and is expanding to locations in Hudson, Roseville and Blaine.

A self-serve frozen yogurt shop is coming to downtown Hudson.

Just before Hudson Booster Days, two large "opening soon" banners popped up in the vacant shop windows on the corner of Second Street and Locust Street (529 Second St.) touting Freestyle Yogurt.

David Brandner first opened Freestyle Yogurt on Lexington Avenue in St. Paul in January and now is expanding to locations in Hudson, Roseville and Blaine, according to the location page of its website.

The shop will compete with other local establishments that serve cold treats such as  and downtown, and and on on the hill.

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Read what the media has to say about the St. Paul location:

 

 

Micheal Foley July 11, 2012 at 04:15 AM
Sounds pretty awesome!
Cheryl McCarten July 11, 2012 at 05:18 AM
This sounds awesome Sue! Looking forward to dog days of September!
James O August 01, 2012 at 05:10 PM
Been making the trek over to their Lexington Ave location. Best stuff of its kind in this area. Can't wait for their arrival in Hudson.
Micheal Foley August 29, 2012 at 02:19 PM
My girlfriend and I made the trip over to the Lexington shop earlier this month, and it was great!
FreeStyle Yogurt August 29, 2012 at 03:02 PM
Thanks to all of you who have commented here and visited our St. Paul store. Big thanks to Michael Foley for breaking the news too! We are SO excited to open in Hudson, yet we aren't rushing things, as we want to get it perfect. We were just issued our building permit today and are now targeting an open date no later than October 29th - hopefully sooner.

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