Charlotte, NC

It’s National Chocolate Chip Cookie Week, Grab your Bite at These Local Bakeries

Ashleigh Dunkem

CHARLOTTE, NC- August 4 is dubbed as the unofficial National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. But if you only get a weekend to indulge in these sweet delicacies, go grab your bite at Charlotte’s local bakeries and make it to Chocolate Chip Cookie Week!

Chocolate chip cookie is the comfort food- or baked goods- we all need once in a while to satisfy the sweet-tooth. Make your way to these local bakeries and bring home some pieces to enjoy from your couch.

1. Ashworth’s Cookies
Ashworth’s cookies just opened during the pandemic to lift our mood. Located in Uptown Charlotte, this bakery makes a massive 5.5 ounces cookie with a mix of flavors. The signature cookie is the chocolate chip walnut but you can try their version of oreo, oatmeal raisin, and Reese’s. If you are too lazy to get up from your bed, order them online on for a single or even dozens of cookies.

2. Insomnia Cookies
If you tend to eat on a sleepless night, Insomnia Cookies might be your perfect partner. Founded in 2003 by college students, Insomnia Cookie now has outlets in more than 100 locations, three of them located in Charlotte.
This bakery offers a combo of two cookies with a glass of milk that will chase away all difficult sleeping. All bake goods can be ordered for a single portion, for larger quantities place your order ahead in

3. Tiff’s Treats
If you want to taste cookies made by Charlotte-native, try visiting Tiff’s Treats. This bakery specializes in warm fresh-baked cookies and the addition of brownies, ice creams, and frosted baked goods. Tiff’s Treats is known for their warm cookies so only a small supply is available in-store as they try to keep cookies as fresh as possible. However, if you plan to buy in large quantities, place your order ahead online on

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