First, a bit of truth. We didn't go to Pinkberry after a Rangers game. We actually went while waiting to pick up the boys at a NY Titans Professional Indoor Lacrosse Game. As a side note, the captain of the Titans should have given boy #2 an autograph: it would have saved me a lot of grief and I may have actually bought tickets in the future. But enough on that.
While we were waiting, the lovely wife and I got in the long line at Pinkberry, the tart frozen yogurt sensation from Los Angeles. There are now three of them in New York as well. Of course we went to the one near the Garden, in Korea Town, on 32nd Street between 5th and Broadway.
The first thing the lovely wife and I noticed was the crowd. The line literally reached out the door, and we were noticeable both because of our age (everyone else looked like they couldn't buy a drink legally) and because we weren't Korean or of Korean ancestry. Like many other customers, we were on a date. I snagged one of the few plastic seats and tables while the lovely wife waited on line. The line moved, and we got our yogurt within 15 minutes.
Pinkberry has only two flavors of yogurt, green tea and plain. There are three sizes of cups. We, like many other couples, split a large one. Like everyone else, we went for the plain yogurt. You get to choose a wide variety of toppings, including such things as fruit, Fruity Pebbles and Captain Crunch (see photo), which many reviewers have made a big deal of. These reviewers clearly do not have children at home; otherwise they would realize that Captain Crunch is a condiment almost as useful as ketchup.
The lovely wife really liked Pinkberry. As others have noted, the yogurt is tart, and reminded me of authentic Greek yogurt. I liked Pinkberry as well, although it needed Captain Crunch to make it sweet enough for me to enjoy.
After an event at MSG, I would strongly consider going to Pinkberry for dessert. I'm not sure the kids would like it much, however, and I would only go with adults.