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“Insomnia Cookies, a bakery known for its warm cookie delivery is opening its first store in D.C. this summer!”

by Prince Of Petworth March 18, 2016 at 10:35 am 15 Comments

2318 18th Street NW upstairs

Ed. Note: Opening above Wash Hydro. Just saying…

From a press release:

“Insomnia Cookies has officially signed its first lease in Washington D.C. after years of looking for a location. The D.C. storefront is set to begin delivering warm, delicious cookies to the capital city this summer. The new location at 2318 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan will open to serve retail customers daily from 11 a.m. until 3 a.m. and will begin delivery from noon until 3am.

courtesy Insomnia Cookies

A D.C. location for Insomnia Cookies has been highly requested by fans. The brand has already gained popularity in other major cities on the East Coast including New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Miami. The company has also developed a strong presence throughout the Mid-Atlantic States in recent years and is continuing its growth.

“Opening a store in D.C. has always been a goal of ours” said Seth Berkowitz, CEO of Insomnia Cookies. “We are thrilled to have found the perfect location in Adams Morgan and are looking forward to opening more locations across the city!”

Insomnia Cookies delivers warm, delicious cookies from the oven and straight to their customer’s doors until 3am daily. Whether you need cookies for a meeting, just a mid-day pick me up or to fulfill a late night craving, Insomnia Cookies will deliver. Popular cookie flavors include Chocolate Chunk, Snickerdoodle, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup and the S’mores Deluxe. The requisite pint of cold milk can also be added to any order. Insomnia Cookies also serves and delivers cookie cakes and brownies with various toppings like M&M’s and white chocolate chips; all of which make a great gifts for celebrations large or small.

Insomnia Cookies will also offer a full ice cream menu with customizable options such as the cookie a la mode and cookiewich, ice cream sandwiched between any two cookies of your choice. For more information call 1-877-63-COOKIE or visit www.insomniacookies.com.”

  • That One Guy

    So instead of drunk jumbo sliced pizza it’ll be drunk warm cookies?!?! What is the world coming to.

    • Timebomb

      Personally, I imagine getting a drunk jumbo slice (or U St. taco) and then having a slightly less drunk warm cookie.

  • CoHi

    Oh man, I used to get these occasionally in college in Ithaca. I think they opened my sophomore or junior year. It became the age-old late night question of “wings, calzones, or cookies?” If you had enough people, it was all three. Also, thinking back, I don’t think we ever ordered pizza for delivery. It was too easy to pick it up on the way home, but other things you would order.
    Now I feel kind of warm and fuzzy about Insomnia Cookies, and I really want some. Right now.

    • TruxtonCir

      If only they’d open a Collegetown Bagels-type restaurant somewhere so I could eat bagel sandwiches and drink sangria all night long…

    • DCNow

      Same here. Fond memories from Ithaca! Super excited for this to come to DC, great business :)

  • V

    Being above that store…how about some space cakes!

    • annonny

      I know….perfect symbiotic business relationship!!!

  • eggs


  • COOKIES!!! Nom nom nom nom nom

  • Philippe Lecheval

    Don’t eat them on a weeknight. You’ll be up till 4 AM.

  • Anonymous

    Is it too hard to keep a roll of slice & bake in your fridge?

    • palisades

      Is it too hard to have a frozen pizza in the freezer? Is it too hard to have leftovers in the fridge? Is it too hard to just not eat?
      Sometimes at 3am I just want a huge greasy jumboslice. Or some cookies. Food always tastes better when someone else makes it.

    • Anonymous

      Go back to sleep, Grandpa Simpson.

      • DCReggae

        Loving all these Simpsons refs lately

    • Philippe Lecheval

      A lot of people are really shitty cooks these days, often because they think they don’t have time.


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