Muggle Shakes Frozen Yogurt closed June 28 at Alliance Town Center

According to a company announcement, all three Muggle Shakes locations in Dallas-Fort Worth will close. (Courtesy Muggle Shakes)
According to a company announcement, all three Muggle Shakes locations in Dallas-Fort Worth will close. (Courtesy Muggle Shakes)

According to a company announcement, all three Muggle Shakes locations in Dallas-Fort Worth will close. (Courtesy Muggle Shakes)

Frozen yogurt shop Muggle Shakes, located in Alliance Town Center at 9409 Sage Meadow Trail, Ste. 101, Fort Worth, closed June 28.

According to a company announcement, all three Dallas-Fort Worth locations of the shop will close, including the Alliance location.

Muggle Shakes Frozen Yogurt offered frozen yogurt “with a twist,” according to the company’s website.

Menu items included the Birthday Wish, made with cake batter frozen yogurt, and the Campfire, made with toasted marshmallow and chocolate frozen yogurt. 817-886-8767.

www.muggleshakes.org




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