CHELSEA — A British bakery that sells “world-famous” cookies done with chocolate chunks instead of chips is opening a second U.S. outpost in a neighborhood.
Ben’s Cookies, that also has a emporium nearby Union Square, will open a doors during 345 Seventh Ave., between West 29th and West 30th streets, a week of Sept. 18, a bakery announced.
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The candy emporium has locations via England, as good as in Tokyo, Seoul and Abu Dhabi
Cookies in flavors including divert chocolate and peanut butter chunk, oatmeal raisin and white chocolate macadamia chunk, and dim chocolate and walnut cube will sell $3 each, a mouthpiece said.
The sequence also serves ice cream cookie sandwiches.
The bakery started as a case during a ancestral marketplace in Oxford, England, in a 1980s, according to a website.
Along with a cookies, it’s famous for a trademark designed by British artist Quentin Blake, who illustrated author Roald Dahl’s children’s books.
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