Crumbl Cookies Opens More NJ Stores – Can We Get One in Ocean County?
The store opened in time for National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, which was yesterday, August 4th.
There's nothing more comforting than the taste of a freshly baked cookie. Crumbl Cookies, a chain that everyone's been obsessing over (and rightfully so), takes the cookies we all know and love to the next level.
If you've never heard of Crumbl, they're known for their specialty flavors and a menu that changes weekly (minus the classic chocolate chip, of course). Their website highlights this week's mouth-watering standout cookies: Monster (peanut butter, M&Ms, chocolate chunks, brown sugar, and oatmeal), Mint Brownie, and more!
Just take a look at their Mint Brownie cookie!
Recently, Crumbl has opened a few New Jersey shops; including Ocean Township, Holmdel, Clark, and Morris Plains. Per NJ.com, they've added another store in Cherry Hill, which is about a 45-minute drive from Ocean County depending on where you're headed from. The store opened its doors yesterday, August 4th, and is having its grand opening today.
While Crumbl seems to be plotting a New Jersey takeover (and we love it), why don't they add a store in Ocean County? They've got Monmouth County covered, locations in North Jersey, and now our friends to the East. Why not show us some love?
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There is so much prime real estate and vacant areas where they could expand in our area. I know I'd definitely be making cookie stops if Crumbl had an Ocean County location. How many times have you craved a sweet treat and didn't feel like baking? This would totally be a good fix! In the meantime, I'll have to check out one of their other Jersey stores.
Have you gotten the chance to try Crumbl Cookies yet?