Cookie Plug Offers a Hip-hop-themed TreatJan 11, 2023 12:00AM ● By By Thomas J. Sullivan
The grand opening of Cookie Plug will be held on Saturday, January 21 at 10:30 am at its 5237 Hazel Avenue location in the Madison Marketplace in Fair Oaks. Photo by Thomas J. Sullivan
FAIR OAKS, CA (MPG) - Fresh out of the oven! Created by using only the highest quality ingredients. Dropping a limited edition flavor every month, while servin’ up the G.O.A.T cookie, the OG Chocolate Chip, nonstop. It’s a vibe, combined with the finest cookies that you will find anywhere on the planet, that’s the Cookie Plug.
Cookie Plug’s new Fair Oaks location opens on Saturday, January 21, at 10:30 am in the Madison Marketplace at 5237 Hazel Avenue in Fair Oaks, according to franchise owner, Erik Martinez in a telephone interview.
“We’re on track to open on January 21st”, Martinez said. Three Cookie Plug locations are planned for the greater Sacramento area including one in Elk Grove which is scheduled to open this spring, he said. The three franchise locations will be locally owned and operated by Pam Fyock.
Founded in 2019 and actively franchising throughout the West since 2022, Cookie Plug is a fresh-baked cookie company that combines graffiti, street art and hip-hop culture to create a unique twist on cookies. Each local franchise location features a colorful design, with street art-themed graffiti on the walls to create a vibe that is unmatched.
Opening day patrons at the new Fair Oaks Cookie Plug can enjoy one of 12 different stackable cookie flavors with a serving of purple ice-cold milk.
Each Cookie Plug location typically offers a dozen different flavors with names such as “SnooperDoodle” (snickerdoodle), “Bam Bam” (fruity cereal), “Pink Elephant” (strawberry cheesecake), “Pixie Junkie” (sugar cookie), “Purple Haze” (purple velvet), The “Mac Daddy” (white chocolate chip macadamia nut) and of course, the “OG” (chocolate chip). Each cookie measures four inches in diameter and is one inch thick. Four Keto cookie options are available, including chocolate chip, peanut butter chocolate and dark chocolate, Martinez said.
While the Cookie Plug brand uses cannabis slang to name all of its cookies, Cookie Plug’s cookies are 100% kid-friendly and do not contain any cannabis, THC or CBD. Individual cookies cost $5 each, four for $15; seven for $25; and 12 for $35.
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., Cookie plug has 23 corporate locations open in southern California, and 98 additional franchise units in development.
Local staffing in Fair Oaks will include five to 10 employees who will bake cookies fresh on site, Martinez said.
Look for the grand opening of Cookie Plug at 5237 Hazel Avenue in Fair Oaks on Saturday, January 21 at 10:30 am in the Madison Marketplace near the corner of Madison and Hazel Avenue.
Now active on social media at Cookie Plug Sac County on Facebook, Martinez invited customers to “stop by and checkout the ‘fattest and thickest’ cookies in town.” Visit a sample menu at: https://cookieplug.com/menu/
Business hours will be Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm. Phone (916) 844-7122 for more information or email: [email protected]