If the temptation of sweet frozen yogurt doesn't entice kids this winter, a shiny new train set in the window just might do the trick.
At least that's what Bruno Gargano, manager of Aunt B's Yogurt Bar in Pleasantville, is counting on.
"I love trains," said Gargano, who has several sets of his own at home.
He built the large working model in Aunt B's in about two-and-a-half weeks. It features a town scape, a fair with working rides and an urban backdrop.
If you look closely, you'll catch miniature size versions of Jacob Burns Film Center, and of course, Aunt B's.
"They kids love it," he said.
January and February have been pretty slow for the business, Gargano said, "but hopefully it will pick up through June."
In addition to the train set, the shop recently started offering make-your-own waffles.
Between these two new offerings, "It should be good," he said. "It should help business."
View a video of the train set to the right.