Tcby!

<p>Judging by the photos, it looks like the former location of Strip Teas & Coffee is now one of TCBY's new store designs. Basically, it's a ripoff of just about every frozen yogurt store out there. I'm pretty sure I'll prefer TCBY to Strip Teas; while I was, admittedly, a huge fan of their "Red Eye" (3 shots of expresso in a large coffee cup, the rest filled w/ black coffee) I can get pretty good coffee elsewhere, or my dorm, for that matter.</p>

<p>I fully expect Yogurt Mountain to take a pretty big hit from TCBY's opening- both chains have similar products, similar prices, and TCBY has a far better location (albeit one with astronomical rent).</p>

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<p>I still prefer Coldstone...once you dress up your cup with all those toppings, there isn't much difference health-wise between frozen yogurt and ice cream. ;)</p>

<p>I was there this week moving D into apt. While visiting the Supe Store they came in with prepacked samples which may be what they are selling on the strip. Still they made quite a few patrons and employees happy at the Sup!!</p>

<p>Oh! also the Qdoba is now a Moes!!</p>

<p>^
The local barbecue, or the southwestern grill? Either way, I'll have to stop by there when I arrive on Monday or Tuesday.</p>

<p>Southwestern Grill! Which happens to be a family favorite!</p>

<p>I still want a Steak n Shake to open up!</p>

<p>My daughter is hoping for a Steak-n-Shake as well as a Panda Express!</p>

<p>WHAT, NO MORE QDOBA?! This might affect my choice in college LOL.</p>

<p>just went to tcby at 10:30 pm tonight. hours are 6:30a to MIDNGHT. cost 45 cents/oz -- currently has opening special that if your item is at least $3, they will take a dollar off. Was planning to go to Coldstone, but since Coldstone was closed and TCBY was open, TCBy got our business instead.</p>

<p>Peachtide - I want a Panda Express in Ttown SOOOO BADLY! It's so hard to go an entire semester without their orange chicken.
Sounds like TCBY costs the same amount as YOMO per oz.</p>

<p>There should be a Panda Express on campus.....like in the new Lloyds mini food court. Seems like a good place to put one.</p>

<p>I wonder if you contact the powers that be at Bama Dining - like Brent Davidson, Director of Retail Operations - to see if one can be put on campus. <a href="mailto:davidson-brent@aramark.com">davidson-brent@aramark.com</a></p>

<p>Or ask Publix to put one in their store. </p>

<p>Or, contact Panda Express and ask for one....
Panda</a> Express: Chinese Food, Wok-Cooked and Served Fast</p>

<p>Right now, there are no Panda Expresses in Alabama.... :(</p>

<p>But, they are in Georgia, so it shouldn't be a huge deal to add some in B'ham and T-town!</p>

<p>Is Panda Express really any better than local, family-owned Chinese restaurants in town, like Swen, Pearl Garden, or China Garden in University Mall? :)</p>

<p>I don't know if it's any better, but I know it's a lot quicker and more convenient.</p>

<p>My son, his girlfriend and his younger brother went to TCBY last week. Very nice. A lot like Yogurt Mountain inside. But he is bumming over Qdoba. That was a weekly dining place.</p>

<p>Well, it's a Moe's now, your son will still able to get high-quality tex-mex.</p>

<p>Also, remember, for quick service Chinese, there's Lai Lai on the Strip (Also, they deliver! That's quite a rarity for Tuscaloosa.)</p>