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The Cookie Jar DC Moves Into Adams Morgan

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

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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.

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