Move over, Taco Bell. A new midnight munchies venue is coming to town. 

Insomnia Cookies will be opening a location in Laramie this Friday, July 28. The bakery is located at 305 S. 17th St, just south of the University of Wyoming Campus, in the building with Domino’s, Niko’s Sushi, and Subway. They’ll be offering delicious baked goods from 11 a.m. or noon until midnight or 1 a.m. every day of the week.

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This is the first Insomnia Cookies location in Wyoming (it’s like they did their research), and their 246th bakery nationwide. 

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In celebration of the new Laramie location, Insomnia Cookies will be holding an all-day grand opening event on Friday, July 28 from noon to 1 a.m. The event is kicked off with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance. The party will continue into the wee hours, baked full of freebies, treats, and more.

Grand opening attendees will receive one free classic cookie, enjoy other giveaways, a prize wheel, a milk-pong table, and philanthropy as a bonus, with 15% of sales from the event donated to Feeding Laramie Valley. 

Their press release details some delicious flavors:

“From the classic chocolate chunk cookie to favorites like snickerdoodle and confetti deluxe; cookies IN ice cream flavors, decadent brookies, brownies, and blondies, a full slate of vegan options, and a frequently-rotating limited-edition menu, the brand’s offerings satisfy every sweet tooth – warm or cold.”

The new store will deliver to Insomniacs at the University of Wyoming, and throughout surrounding neighborhoods. Insomnia Cookies looks forward to satisfying the cravings of UW Cowboys and Laramie cookie lovers, and is also looking for part-time cookie-crew members: Careers.InsomniaCookies.com.

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