Food & Drink

Grand Opening of Fusion Yogurt Lounge

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Opening Day at Fusion in Clarkton Shopping Center
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A self-serve wall of yogurt flavors awaits guests
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Fusion has a casual lounge feel for patrons to enjoy
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Customer creativity rules on this enormous whiteboard wall
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CLARK, NJ- Fusion Yogurt Lounge, located in the Clarkton Shopping Center in Clark, recently held its Grand Opening Celebration offering buy-one, get-one free frozen yogurt.   Offering a great selection of frozen yogurts, toppings, French-pressed coffee and smoothies, Fusion may soon be a new destination for families, friends and folks of all ages.   In Fusion, warm colors, textures, discreet lighting and a jewel-toned glass tile wall put an upscale spin on the typical yogurt shop. 

Owner Jim Szamreta said, “We wanted to create a vibe and mood here that people want to be around.   A place for families to spend time together and for kids to meet up and hang out.”    One of the features designed to make spending time in the lounge unique is the whiteboard wall.   Customers were using the wall to write reviews, wish the new owners good luck and in the case of some youngsters to draw with their parents. About the wall Szamreta shared, “iPads on every table are cool, but I think when families go out to spend time together, they want to be together, not everyone staring at a screen.” 

Making the lounge even more appealing to a variety of customers, Szamreta shared that they are sensitive to the needs of people with various food allergies and requirements.  To that end, they do offer gluten-free, fat-free and sugar-free options of yogurt.  In addition, in order to avoid cross-contamination, they have one yogurt machine that is dedicated to nut-flavored yogurts.   All yogurt products are also kosher at the point of production.  

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Szamreta has two partners Joe Palmieri and Joe Loscialo.   The shop is open daily and promises to offer a great local destination for families and friends to meet and spend time.





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