The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Crumbl Cookies on Oct. 5. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Crumbl Cookies on Oct. 5. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Crumbl Cookies opens Federal Way store

Crumbl Cookies offers a rotating weekly menu of flavors to keep customers coming back for another bite.

Your one-stop cookie shop in Federal Way has arrived.

Crumbl Cookies, located at 1812 S. 320th Street, is opening its new Federal Way location with a soft launch Thursday, Oct. 7. The store’s grand opening is Friday, Oct. 8.

The location was set to open in June, however permitting and construction processes delayed the opening until autumn.

Known for their gourmet, fresh-basked cookies, Crumbl Cookies offers a rotating weekly menu of flavors to keep customers — and their taste buds — coming back for another bite.

“It’s exhilarating, I’ve got goosebumps,” said Kandace Alcocer, general manager. “To finally get to this point … the team’s ready. We’re super excited to be part of this wonderful community in Federal Way.”

Hundreds of cookies are made every day in the modern, bright cookie kitchen. The Federal Way location employs 65 people.

“On average, we’ll probably make… a lot of cookies,” Alcocer said with a laugh.

The Federal Way franchise owners include Cole and Emily Baldwin, Cameron and Danielle Rounds, and TJ and Brittany Adams. The trio of business partners are also longtime friends who grew up knowing the original Crumbl Cookies founders in Utah.

Gourmet cookies are available for purchase in singles or in packs of four, six and 12 via pickup, delivery and catering.

For more information, visit crumblcookies.com.


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Crumbl Cookies’ franchise owners and employees stand for a photo with Mayor Jim Ferrell, Chamber CEO Rebecca Martin and Council President Susan Honda. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Crumbl Cookies’ franchise owners and employees stand for a photo with Mayor Jim Ferrell, Chamber CEO Rebecca Martin and Council President Susan Honda. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Crumbl Cookies employees making cookies on Oct. 5. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Crumbl Cookies employees making cookies on Oct. 5. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

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