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Insomnia Cookies Opening In Williamsburg This Summer

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WILLIAMSBURG-An official date has been announced for the opening of a new cookie establishment in Williamsburg that will cater to college students.

On Friday, July 1, Midtown Row shared the news on their social media channels that Insomnia Cookies will open in the mixed-use development later this month.

Insomnia Cookies specializes in a variety of cookies and other treats. Cookies are usually available for delivery late into the night. The company was started in 2003 by Seth Berkowitz while he was a student at the University of Pennsylvania.

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