If you’re having trouble fulfilling your late night cravings for baked goods, fear not. Insomnia Cookies is almost here.
The popular bakery and delivery service will soon open in Mount Pleasant and remain open late for the midnight studiers, after-hour partiers or anyone who needs to indulge their nighttime sweet tooth.
Students appear delighted by the newest addition to the small stable of Mount Pleasant bakeries.
For Glennie sophomore David Frasher, he cannot see a reason not to order Insomnia Cookies when they officially open.
“Yeah, who wouldn’t use that at 3 a.m.,” Frasher said.
Aside from Robaire’s Bakery, 1903 S. Mission St., which holds traditional business hours, Insomnia Cookies will give students a great option for baked goods at a time that better suits their hectic schedules.
Having eaten Insomnia Cookies before at Purdue University, Illinois sophomore Kirstin Deichstetter said her boyfriend is familiar with the delightful delicacies.
“(My boyfriend) goes to Purdue and they have an Insomnia Cookies on their campus, and it’s amazing,” Deichstetter said. “I am psyched about it, I am so pumped. I love Insomnia Cookies.”
Founded in 2003 by University of Pennsylvania alumnus Seth Berkowitz, Insomnia Cookies now boasts more than 35 locations, with its newest addition opening soon at 1620 S. Mission St. in the Campus Court Mall next to Pita Pit.
Insomnia Cookies offers 12 types of cookies along with brownies, toppings, mix-ins, frozen desserts and pints of milk, all which can be delivered to the customer’s doorstep.
Along with serving the late night crowd, Insomnia Cookies offers a catering menu for businesses, as well as a nationwide gifting option.