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“Edible cookie dough shop” opens evenings in Adams Morgan starting Thursday.

by Prince Of Petworth June 5, 2017 at 11:00 am 6 Comments

2409 18th Street, NW

From a press release:

“The Cookie Jar DC, DC’s first and only edible cookie dough confectionery, is opening a pop-up shop, indefinitely, in the heart of Adams Morgan, beginning this Thursday, June 8. The shop will sell eight signature flavors of cookie dough. It will be open every evening starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Rise Bakery space at 2409 18th St NW, after the bakery closes each afternoon.

Our hours will be:

Monday-Wednesday: 7-10pm
Thursday: 7-11pm
Friday-Saturday: 7pm-12am
Sunday: 7-11pm

“With the cookie dough craze on the rise, we can’t be more excited to open our doors to the District’s dough lovers, in one of DC’s hottest neighborhoods,” said Lindsay Larner, The Cookie Jar DC’s Founder/CEO. “We’ve been selling online and in local markets for over a year, and now we have a spot you can visit to get your cookie dough fix. Date night, out with friends, an evening stroll, or a late night craving…we have you covered.”

The dough will be available in jars to order a la carte, or customers can create “mix & match” packs of their favorite flavors — perfect to give as gifts or to treat yourself. In addition to the signature flavors like chocolate chip, sugar cookie funfetti, and double chocolate M&M, there will be vegan and gluten-free varieties, as well as seasonal favorites. The Cookie Jar DC currently delivers via six on-demand delivery platforms (including UberEATS and Postmates), and will continue to offer delivery every night.

The pop up will be “grab-and-go” style with no seating, so customers should plan to take their cookie dough on the go. “Rise Bakery has been a terrific partner to us so far, and we want to diligently respect their gluten free space.” The Cookie Jar DC will post updates to open hours, new flavors, and other news on their website and social media — @thecookiejardc.”

  • Sydny

    Definitely got misled by the URL, I thought this was saying Rise was doing a pop up weed edibles shop. Nope, just delicious cookie dough.

    I really hope cross-contamination is heavily considered since I go to Rise for my Celiac friendly treats!

    • Lindsay

      Hi Sydny! I’m Lindsay, the Owner of The Cookie Jar DC. We will keep all cookie dough production at our production facility outside of Rise Bakery, so only sealed jars will enter the Rise Bakery space. So don’t worry, there won’t be any cross-contamination. We also have gluten-free cookie dough, and hope to see you there!

  • MadMax

    I’ve seen the lines for this stuff on visits to NYC, and they blow away cupcake / restaurant / whatever else lines. Like wrapped around several blocks. Hopefully DC doesn’t follow suit, but given our propensity already for line-waiting I’m not optimistic.

    • AW91

      Thankfully you can get this DELICIOUS cookie dough at several stores throughout the city and I think you can get it delivered too.

  • Lauren
    • Arouet

      From their FAQ:

      I heard that eating raw flour was risky. Can I still eat this dough?

      Yes! We use a heat treated flour, which means the flour has undergone the necessary chemical processes to make sure that there is absolutely no risk of any bacteria.


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