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The Cookie Jar DC Moves Into Adams Morgan

It’s selling ready-to-eat cookie dough at Rise Bakery

Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Union Kitchen alum The Cookie Jar DC has cut a deal with Rise Bakery in Adams Morgan to sell ready-to-eat cookie dough out of a jar after Rise closes up shop each night.

Starting Thursday, June 8, The Cookie Jar plans to sell its signature sweets — which include eight cookie dough flavors like sugar cookie funfetti and double chocolate M&M — at 2409 18th Street NW from 7 p.m. on.

The company, which bills itself as D.C.'s first and only edible cookie dough confectionery, has sold its products online and in local markets for over a year. This new pop-up, which The Cookie Jar says could go on “indefinitely,” is designed as a strictly grab-and-go operation so as not to compromise Rise’s operation.

"Rise Bakery has been a terrific partner to us so far, and we want to diligently respect their gluten free space,” The Cookie Jar CEO Lindsay Larner said in a release.

Dough will be sold a la carte, or customers can mix and match flavors. Also expect vegan, gluten-free, and seasonal selections.