North Jersey residents have opened a cool sensation on Moorestown's Main Street.
It’s a pretty easy concept. Even a toddler can do it. And 3-year-old twins Declan and Liam Williams seemed a bit anxious to get their chance. On a wonderfully warm afternoon, the bouncing boys, along with their parents Karen and Brendan, were patrons at YogoMix on Main Street, where they were setting up a birthday bash for their daughter Abigail, who was turning 5. In minutes, she and her 20 school friends—and of course, Declan and Liam—were going to be busy building mounds of frozen yogurt treats with cutting-edge flavors like cake batter, peanut butter, strawberry lemonade and red velvet cake. “My daughter goes to school at Our Lady of Good Counsel. We thought it would be very easy to walk the kids over here,” said Karen Williams, …
The burger joint closed this fall, but will soon be replaced by YogoMix, a frozen yogurt chain with shops in NJ and PA.
- Rob Scott
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Maxx's Burgers has closed, but a new business is set to take its place early next year. Developer Joe Ventresca, who owns the property at 37 E. Main St. where Maxx’s had operated, said the burgers, shakes and ice cream joint closed in late September or early October, less than six months after it opened. Ventresca said sagging sales ultimately did Maxx’s in. Contact information for Maxx’s owner could not be found as of press time. Fortunately, Ventresca said he already has a new tenant ready to take Maxx’s place: YogoMix Frozen Yogurt. The self-serve, nonfat yogurt shop has opened two locations already in Hamilton, NJ, and Yardley, PA, earlier this year (and are planning to open another shop in Hamilton soon). Co-owner Carlo Pugliese said …