5 Places to Treat Yourself on National Cookie Day

Here’s where to celebrate the Dec. 4 foodie holiday around the Main Line and western suburbs.



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Baked Cookies & Dough

Indulge your cookie dough cravings—minus the raw ingredients—with Baked’s egg-free dough in flavors like s’mores, brownie batter and salted caramel swirl. The shop also offers cookie trays and ice cream sandwiches.

34 S. High St., West Chester.

Clay’s Creative Corner Bakery

This family-owned bakery in Berwyn is known for its fantastical cakes, like Gritty cupcakes and a unicorn cake. Clay’s sugar cookies are equally tasty and oh-so-Instagram-worthy.

700 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn.

Hope’s Cookies

This award-winning cookie shop makes made-to-order treats like chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies, plus other classics, which you can pick up in-store or have shipped anywhere in the country.

1125 W. Lancaster Ave., Rosemont. 

R. Weinrich German Bakery

This Newtown Square staple has been in business for more than 50 years, serving up freshly baked traditional German treats, like linzer tart cookies, spritz cookies and German butter squares.

3545 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square.

Sweet Freedom Bakery

For those with food allergies, Sweet Freedom is just that–a place to indulge without worrying. The bakery, which has locations in Bryn Mawr and Philadelphia, offers vegan and gluten-free cookies, as well as some peanut- and soy-free options.

1039 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr.

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