Is Farrah Abraham's Frozen Yogurt Shop Still Open? FroCo Serves Dessert With A Side Of 'Teen Mom' Drama
For fans still loyally watching Teen Mom OG (hands up), you'll know that Farrah Abraham's frozen yogurt shop has been a major plot point for the controversial reality star this season. (You know, in between the world's most unnecessarily dramatic fights with her boyfriend, Simon Saran.) The past two episodes have shown Abraham opening up the Austin-based shop, getting into an argument with and firing an employee, and wearing swirly-printed sunglasses — that, try as they might — did not actually succeed in hypnotizing viewers into agreeing with anything that she was saying. With the mess that the froyo store is, it has to be asked: Is FroCo still open?
The answer to that, my equally as Teen Mom obsessed friends, is yes it is. AND YOU CAN VISIT IT. Literally go to Austin right now and you too can get some soft-serve in a cup with a side of Abraham yelling at her employees, as many people who left one-star reviews on Yelp claim to have done. (TBH, I'm pretty sure the reality star lives in L.A. now — or at least splits her time there — so while you may not get to see Abraham in the flesh, you can definitely still nom some frozen yogurt and peep that creepy Coba the Boba mascot.)
Not that you'd necessarily want to go, though. While some Yelp reviews are OK — as in, "this ice cream is pretty standard" — most are a huge dressing-down of Abraham and an admonishment of the entire establishment. One claimed Abraham threw "the biggest fit raging at an employee" and added, "This literally was the most immature disgusting display I could imagine. The yogurt was so so." Bustle has reached out to Abraham about the Yelp reviews, but has not yet received a response.
But guys, there is even a Froco University (I kid you not): "Get a real tour with the owner, and receive an in-depth booklet of information, including: numbers, food safety pointers, tips on what it takes to run a business, and real life examples from the owner," the site boasts. It costs $200 and I guess Farrah Abraham herself would be there to give you the tour.
In the mood for some froyo and Teen Mom drama? Head on down to FroCo in Austin — and for the love of God, please leave a Yelp review.