Yakima’s new Crumbl Cookies store is baking dreams crumb true for late-night snackers
YAKIMA, Wash. — A new cookie store has opened up in Yakima and with extended hours, it’s a dream crumb true for locals craving a late-night sweet treat.
Crumbl Cookie, a national chain with several locations already in the Tri-Cities, held its grand opening Friday at its new location at 2412 W. Nob Hill Blvd. #104 in Yakima.
The store is open later than most, closing at 10 p.m. on weekdays and midnight on weekends. They have more than 200 flavors, but only have six available at any time and change them out every Sunday.
This week’s selections include raspberry cheesecake, lemon poppy seed, French silk pie, milk chocolate chip, peanut butter blossom and caramel popcorn.
TONIGHT AT 6:30 ON @KAPPKVEW #Yakima finally has its own @CrumblCookies store at Rainier Square and it’s baking dreams crumb true for late-night cookie monsters. More tonight on the new owners – and their connection to #TriCities. pic.twitter.com/ussjTpfIPg
— Emily Goodell (@GoodellEmily) August 20, 2022
Yakima Crumbl Cookie co-owner Kevin Hatch was a teacher before he decided to go into business with his friend Ian Taylor to open up a location in Richland in 2021, in Pasco earlier this year and now, their latest location.
Hatch said out of the three stores, Yakima’s is the biggest and had brought in more than 60 new jobs for community members. He said combined, their stores employ more than 120 people.
People can buy just one cookie for $4.80, a batch of four, for $15.60, a half-dozen for $24 or a party box with a dozen cookies for $40.80. If it’s for a special occasion, you can pay $1 to add on a sticker, a bow and a label with a personalized message.
The Yakima Crumbl Cookies location is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, and is closed on Sundays.
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