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New Froyo Spot Coming to Camelback East Area

Heads up, froyo freaks! The Chill Frozen Yogurt is moving into the space of the former Tall Girl Shop (a moment of silence, please, for inseams of 34" and over), in the strip mall at North 16th Street and East Bethany Home Road (next to Fleur de Teas and Phoenix City Grille.)

Currently slated to open on Thursday, September 1, The Chill will feature twelve flavors everyday with over forty toppings to choose from in addition to flat screen TVs and Wi-Fi for your eating entertainment.

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