Chip NYC is opening a brand new store in Williamsburg on Halloween
Three-year-old cookie chain Chip NYC, identified for its gooey, fist-sized cookies with quirky flavors like oatmeal apple pie and s’mores, is headed to Williamsburg. The corporate, which first launched in Astoria in 2017, now contains 4 places in Queens and Manhattan. This might be its first Brooklyn store.
Greenpointers reports that the chain might be opening its new location at 123 Kent Avenue, between North sixth and North seventh Streets, on Saturday, October 31. Like Chip’s different retailers throughout Queens and Manhattan, the restaurant will inventory 4 each day cookie flavors that rotate out frequently.
The chain follows within the footsteps of equally hefty cookie chain Levain, which debuted its personal first Brooklyn location in the identical neighborhood in June.
Chip’s Williamsburg store will open its doorways at 1 p.m. on opening day, after which begin regular working hours on November 1, from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days per week. Chip is providing a free cookie to the primary 100 clients on opening day.
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