Crumbl to Open Cookie Bakery in Frisco

Crumbl Cookies is continuing to expand its fresh-baked gourmet goodness in North Texas.
Crumbl to Open Cookie Bakery in Frisco
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Crumbl, the Utah-based cookie chain, has opened a bakery shop in almost all of the major North Dallas suburbs.

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Addison. Allen. Flower Mound. Garland. Lake Highlands. McKinney. Mesquite. Plano. Rockwall. Wylie. And now Frisco is about to be added to the list.

According to a recent state project filing, a location is planned for 4880 W Eldorado Pkwy. The take-out only cookie shop will occupy suite 400, a 1,500-square-foot space.

In talking to What Now Dallas, the franchise owner for the forthcoming shop said there has been some delay on construction of the building, but it is likely to open some time in summer 2022. “We’re definitely eager to be in the area,” he said.

Launched in 2017 by cousins Jason McGowan and Sawyer Hemsley, Crumbl has grown to over 360 stores in 42 states across the U.S. Known for its open-concept kitchen and totally Instagrammable pink box, becoming a viral TikTok sensation is just one of the many feats the brand has achieved amidst its fast-growing rise.

With over 200 unique cookie flavors, locations feature a weekly rotating menu offering 4-5 specialty flavors inspired by cakes, candies, and pies such as Sugar featuring Twix, Bubble Gum, and Peanut Butter Cup ft. REESE’S. Famous flavors such as Milk Chocolate Chip and Chilled Sugar are always available.

Crumbl to Open Cookie Bakery in Frisco
Photo: Official
Crumbl to Open Cookie Bakery in Frisco
Photo: Official
Crumbl to Open Cookie Bakery in Frisco
Photo: Official

Note: This article has been updated since its original publication to include comment from the owner.

Danita White

Danita White is a staff reporter for What Now Media Group. Born in Georgia and raised in Texas, she reports on new and forthcoming businesses in the Atlanta and Dallas/Fort Worth markets.
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