History in the Making: Forever Yogurt

Forever Yogurt is located in one of the most historic downtown blocks of buildings in the Western Suburbs of Chicago. As one of the bookend buildings of the 100 block of W. Main Street, this building dates to the late 19th century and is a great example of Italianate Commercial architecture. But, if it hadn’t been for a tremendous fire in the late 1950s, this building would have been in the middle of the block – and next to it was one of the finest clothing stores outside of Chicago. Johnson’s Clothes Store had a fantastic selection of clothing and accessories, but St. Charles firemen were unable to save their building from being totally destroyed in a fire – today the site is a parking lot.

Forever Yogurt was the first to bring serve-yourself premium frozen yogurt to the Midwest. You control what you get, how much and in what combinations from our more than 16 flavors and 40 toppings at a time. Flavors change all the time – so there’s always something new to try!

For more information on what Forever Yogurt has to offer visit http://www.foreveryogurt.com/