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Meet the Locals:

Froyos & Vinos
2864 B Highway 54 W
Peachtree City, GA 30269
(678)271-2008
Froyosandvinos.com
Facebook.com/FroyosAndVinos/



So, tell us a little about yourselves!
We are Josh and Nikki Weaver, the owners of Froyos and Vinos. We have lived in Peachtree City for the last 6 years and in fact, live less than a mile from Froyos and Vinos.

What are 3 fun facts about your local business?
1. The idea was created and morphed over a 2-year period from having 5 kids that frequently wanted Froyo, but 2 parents who frequently needed a drink!
2. Josh was the “decorator” and in fact took many trips to Florida to visit “mom & pop” shops, antique shops etc to gather and load up most of the décor in a Uhaul. We also brought the nautical float lights in a suitcase from an artist in Las Vegas and had another artist/surfer make the surfboard tables for us.
3. The Frose’ machine was a bit of an after-thought and last minute purchase, but it has turned out to be one of our most popular items!

What is something unique about your menu or on your menu that sets you apart?
Our entire menu is unique. We don’t know of anyone else in the US that mixes liquor with froyo. Our drinks were created out of trial and error with our group of bartenders before we opened. We are also constantly adding new drinks and ideas to the menu and you are always welcome to “create your own.” We also, of course, have froyo, including gluten-free, dairy-free, and low sugar options with toppings for the kids or those who don’t want alcohol and any of our “Drinks” can be made without alcohol in them.

What’s the most exciting thing about being a new business in Peachtree City?
Being in PTC is just a fun, unique place. We cannot wait for Covid to be over and for the golf cart bridge to be completed over Hwy 54 so residents can just cart over, hang out, and enjoy some Froyo and drinks.

What would be a tip or piece of advice you give to someone who’s never visited Peachtree City before?
Rent a cart and get a map. That is really the best way to explore PTC and see parts of PTC that you don’t get to see riding in a car on the road. Also, take time to visit the locally owned restaurants and shops. We really have a lot of unique, one-of-a-kind places here in our city.

Anything else new/exciting that you’d like to share?
During the colder months we plan to have our fire pits going on the patio and some warm drinks and warm “adult” drinks to choose from. You will have to come check it out!