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It seems that Crumbl Cookies is on a mission to take over as “the world’s best cookie.” The Camden Park location finally opened this month and now the Bay Area is due for its seventh Crumbl store at 179 N. McDowell Blvd. in Petaluma, based on recent real estate intel.
The 1,620 square-foot space was formerly the site of two different massage businesses, so now it will undergo a full buildout to support some serious cookie-baking activity. Based on the timing of our source, we’ll hopefully see an opening by this summer.
The iconic pink boxes have taken the nation by storm and are usually filled with Crumbl’s signature Chocolate Chip or Pink Frosted Sugar Cookies, plus a weekly rotation of new and creative flavors. It all started in 2017, when cousins Jason McGowan (CEO) and Sawyer Hemsley (COO) set out to create the “perfect cookie.”
Opening their first store in Logan, Utah, it was important to them that customers see the cookies being mixed, balled, baked, and dressed right before their eyes. That concept has taken the company across the nation after they began franchising and it seems that America can’t get enough.
What Now San Francisco has contacted representatives for Crumbl, who have not returned requests for comment at the time of publication. Until the Petaluma store opens, Sonoma County Crumbl fanatics can travel to the location in Santa Rosa. For more information, visit crumblcookies.com.