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Crumbl Cookies sets opening date at Dartmouth location, more spots opening soon



Photo courtesy of Crumbl Cookies

Dartmouth MA – A popular and fast-growing cookie franchise is making its way to the South Coast in the matter of days.

Crumbl Cookies was co-founded by cousins Jason McGowan (CEO) & Sawyer Hemsley (COO) who opened their first store in Logan, Utah in 2017 and has now expanded to over 600+ bakeries in 47 states nationwide.

“Our cookies are delicious and take any celebration to the next level,” said McGowan. “We offer takeout, local delivery, curbside pickup, nationwide shipping, and catering. When it comes to celebrating with friends and family, we want Crumbl there to make it even sweeter.”

One of Crumbl’s new locations will open on September 1st at the Dartmouth Towne Center at 452A State Road (Route 6) in between Sally’s Beauty Supply and JOANN Fabrics.

The cookie chain is known for its menu of rotating cookie flavors, however, their award-winning milk chocolate chip cookie is a constant. New flavors are also added frequently. Some of their current offerings include original w/ M & M candies, Chocolate Covered Strawberry, Chocolate Caramel, New York Cheesecake, Muddy Buddy, Biscoff Lava, Funfetti, Snickerdoodle, Coconut Lime, Hazelnut Sea Salt, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip, Rocky Road, S’Mores, and Pumpkin Pie.

The cookies are also sold in their popular pink boxes.

Camio Custom Cabinetry announced near the beginning of May that they were working on buildouts at North Dartmouth and Dedham locations.

Crumbl Cookies Dartmouth is also looking for a morning baker at $15-17 an hour plus tips.

Hours of operation will be Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Friday/Saturday 8:00 a.m. to midnight.

Crumbl also has locations in Foxborough, Attleboro, Plymouth, Hanover, and several in the Boston area with more Massachusetts locations coming later this year at undisclosed locations. One also opened earlier this year at 1000 Division Street in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

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  1. Em

    August 21, 2023 at 4:13 pm

    Thanks for this! I had been looking for an open date for MONTHSSSS now, even driving by on occasion and I just kept seeing “soon”! I am dying to try one of thse cookies after hearing about the cookie lawsuits a year or so ago, lol! So many people said these cookies were SO good. I can’t imagine they would be any more different than Black Tie Cookies who I think closed during shut downs…another great little local business killed off by shut downs if true, but now having its slot taken or competing with (if still open) another large chain. Hate to see it, but its how it is now, I guess.

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