Captain Cookie & the Milkman is soaring into Courthouse today, opening its new location on Clarendon Blvd.
A ribbon-cutting is set for 10 a.m. at 2600 Clarendon Blvd for the first Arlington location of the D.C.-based cookie shop. It’s moving into a 700-square-foot space that was formerly a GNC. There will be indoor and outdoor seating.
At the grand opening there’s set to be a wheel where locals can spin to win free t-shirts, cookies, ice cream, and other Captain Cookie merchandise.
Join us at 10am on 2/10 for a fun-filled Grand Opening in Arlington. Spin a wheel to win t-shirts, cookies, and more! 10% of our grand opening sales will benefit the Arlington Food Assistance Center @AFACfeeds! Save the world, one cookie at a time! #arlingtonva #washingtondc pic.twitter.com/srk6s8DZYC
— Captain Cookie (@captaincookiedc) February 8, 2023
Ten percent of sales on opening day will be donated to the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC), per a social media post, which also noted that Arlington County Manager Mark Schwartz and Arlington Chamber of Commerce president Kate Bates are expected to be in attendance at the ribbon cutting.
Captain Cookie’s new location was first announced a year ago. Started as a food truck by a husband and wife team in 2012, the couple opened its brick-and-mortar location in D.C. three years later. They have since opened two other shops, but this one will be the first outside of the District.
Co-owner Kirk Francis told the Washington City Paper last year that he noticed customers from Arlington were coming to the Foggy Bottom shop since they were outside of that store’s delivery radius.
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