Junior Cookies is Coming to West Hollywood in April

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Junior Cookies is finally opening its storefront in West Hollywood, at 8703 Santa Monica Boulevard, on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Westbourne Drive. The bakery known for bite-size cookies and cookie cups was originally slated to open this past summer. An opening date was reset for April 1st, but owner Halil Sevis tells WEHO TIMES, permits and various city inspections have delayed its grand opening to April 15th.

Junior Cookies was founded in 2018 with what its website calls a simple mission: “Create bite-size cookie cups and stuff them with the most delicious ingredients from around the world. The result is a perfectly crisp outer shell with a tender chewy center that melts-in-your-mouth. It took us months to get the recipe right. There’s a science behind them. Our cookies do not contain any mixes, artificial preservatives, or shortening. Each single Junior Cookie is handcrafted daily from scratch and creates a spark that makes your taste buds dance.”

Sevis says Junior Cookies has been baking their goods fresh-to-order via a ghost kitchen that uses delivery services while they get ready to open their storefront. People seem to be eager to visit an actual physical store. “If people see me in the store, they knock on the door and ask me when we will open,” he said. “The hours are uncertain, but we will most likely open from 11am to midnight, and possibly later on the weekends. We may have limited hours in the beginning to go with our soft opening and then expand from there. So far it is looking like April 15 will be our opening if all goes well with our health inspection.”

 

Junior Cookies currently caters events such as business meetings, birthday parties, family and friend gatherings, or any kind of celebration in the Los Angeles area.

Check out their menu at: https://www.juniorcookies.com/collections/online-order.

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Curious
Curious
6 months ago

I first assumed this was another pot store, given the same name as the dispensary on Melrose.

Enough!
Enough!
6 months ago

Do you know how many cookies you have to sell every hour just to pay your worker(s) the minimum wage in West Hollywood? Then you have all your other business expenses. That’s a lot of cookies. Good luck.