Hamilton Mill Froyolo Out of Business

Frozen yogurt shop on Hamilton Creek Parkway closes its doors.

After just over a year in business, the Hamilton Mill Froyolo is now closed.

Signs posted in the restaurant window stated simply, "Out of business, thank you for your patronage." Attempts to reach a store representative were unsuccessful.

opened in spring of 2011. The shop, one of two Froyolos in Dacula, carried a self-serve selection of frozen yogurts. Customers could choose one or more flavors of yogurt and then customize the dessert with an assortment of toppings. The completed treat was then weighed and priced by the ounce.

Froyolo faced competition from several other frozen yogurt stores in the Dacula area. In addition to the , there are two other frozen yogurt shops already open -- the and the -- and a third opening soon -- Sweet Monkey Frozen Yogurt

Do you think the Dacula area can support four frozen yogurt shops? What type restaurants would succeed in our area? Let us know in the comments.

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Cynthia Montgomery June 23, 2012 at 03:42 AM
I would love to see an International House of Pancakes at our exit. IHOP for breakfast with the kids, lunch to get away from it all and a good dinner with peasant staff. Nothing is better than pancakes at midnight! and while we are at it how about a Cracker Barrel also! Same but so DIFFERENT!
R++ One of the Famous Dacula Crew June 23, 2012 at 04:27 AM
"peasant staff"? Been eating at Medieval Times have we now???? I CERTAINLY hope you meant "Pleasant" staff... Or next we could be having to "answer me these questions three, or nary the other side you see" before we can proceed...
Benny M June 23, 2012 at 04:06 PM
How about a good seafood restaurant.
GEM June 26, 2012 at 12:02 PM
And here here I was hoping for a Houstons and a Fresh Market. Look, merchants do demographics before spending money on a store. We only have a couple of decent non fast food restaurants, and I would love to see more. As for 2 frozen yogurt stores in "spitting" distance...that's called competition and it's the backbone of America.
Lori July 21, 2012 at 10:13 PM
I agree with you GEM- A HOUSTONS and FRESH MARKET would be so great!! I love them both :) They would be good for the area too. I get tired having to drive down to Suwanee for Fresh Market and Buckhead for Houstons.


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