Frozen yogurt doesn't seem to fit at a burger place. But then again ahi poke tacos do not seem to fit either. Gott's Roadside does both and does it well while keeping that burger joint feel. Gott's keeps the tradition of thick burgers, flavorful fries and gourmet shakes.
One fun things about burger places in general is that you can have your dessert with your meal. Here you can get six dollar milkshakes and five dollar root beer floats. That may seem like a hefty price tag for just shakes and root beer floats. But really, how many places out there can you get a really good strawberry shake? ("Really good" as in made with the milkshake wand, not some overly-sweet, partially-melted ice cream base that comes out of a dispenser.)
It's made with Double Rainbow ice cream, a San Francisco ice cream company that has been around for almost 40 years. Who can resist a White Pistachio shake or a scoop of Mint Chip ice cream?
But along with ice cream, a new addition to the Gott's Roadside family is the frozen yogurt kiosk in the Ferry Building. It is located right behind the Gott's restaurant. There are only four flavors to choose from: Vanilla, Dutch Chocolate, Original Tart and Pomegranate-Blueberry, made with Straus Organic dairy. For $1.20 more, you can choose two topping or sauces.
So whether you are in the mood for something indulgent or something lighter, Gott's provides the decant, local favorite and the organic (still local) healthier option.