Johns Hopkins students can soon add "fresh-baked cookies" to their list of after hours food options.
Insomnia Cookies, a bakery that specializes in fresh cookie delivery until 3 a.m. daily, will open its first Baltimore location late next month at 3301 N. Charles St. (just across the street from the Homewood campus), the Baltimore Business Journal reported.
The Bryn Mawr, Pa.-based chain was founded in 2003 by a University of Pennsylvania student, who began baking and delivering warm cookies to students late at night. There are now more than 40 locations nationwide because ... well because they deliver warm cookies late at night. Enough said.
Insonmia's cookie choices include chocolate chunk, snickerdoodle, peanut butter, and double chocolate mint. The menu also features cookie cakes, brownies, ice cream, and (of course) pints of cold milk.
We have a hunch this place is going to be popular.
Nom nom nom.
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