By: Jeff Walker, Business Preview
Something sweet and ‘oh so flavorful’ is coming to Summerville on March 17th. Crumbl Cookies is set to open their uniquely oversized cookies and ice cream shop in the Target anchored Azalea Square Shopping Center. With its beginnings just four years ago the Utah based franchise has grown into more than 75 locations across 11 states, with Summerville becoming the first in the greater Charleston area. Crumbl has locations in Greenville, Lexington, and Fort Mill in South Carolina.
With gourmet, made from scratch cookie offerings such as Raspberry Cheesecake and Chilled Sugar (almond frosting), and cool ice cream treats Salted Caramel and Lemon Poppyseed on the menu, it’s as though Crumbl Cookies was meant for the south. They may have a few signature flavors oozing with goodness, but their website says they rotate more than a hundred specialty flavors from week to week in their shops, where the customer can see the Crumbl Crew baking up a storm.
You might want to keep this delightful location on your radar moving forward. The Summerville location opens 8am Wednesday March 17th. Their normal hours will be 8am-10pm daily, and open until midnight Friday & Saturday. During this grand opening week if you download their app you can get a free cookie on Friday of this week. Let’s extend them a southern hospitality Holy City welcome.
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