Late-night cravings are a part of every college student’s life, and one cookie company is helping students quell their midnight munchies.
That’s the concept behind Insomnia Cookies, a late-night bakery that will soon enable John Hopkins University students and Baltimore residents to have freshly-baked cookies delivered to them as late as 3 a.m.
Insomnia Cookies will open its first Maryland location on July 21 in the Charles Commons building at 3201 N. Charles St.
Founder Seth Berkowitz came up with the concept in 2003 in his University of Pennsylvania dorm room. He tried out the idea on his own campus first, baking and delivering warm cookies late at night to other students.
Now, Insomnia Cookies has enjoyed sweet success, with over 40 locations throughout the United States.
The chain serves and delivers desserts, including cookies, cookie cakes, brownies, ice cream, and milk to help wash it all down.
Cookie flavors include chocolate chunk, snickerdoodle, chocolate peanut-butter cup, and s’mores deluxe.
The bakery’s operating hours are 11-3 a.m., with delivery from 5 p.m.-3 a.m. on weekdays and 1 p.m.-3 a.m. on weekends.
Even if you don’t suffer from insomnia, our guess is that these sweets are worth waiting up for.