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Insomnia Cookies

  1. Baked
    It’s Four-Twenty: Do You Know Where Your Donuts and Cookies Are?Like you and the degenerates you play Hacky Sack with, these donuts and cookies are freshly baked.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    A Pub Crawl Through Ditmas Park; Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square Is TonightPlus: Rwandan coffee comes to the Village, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  3. Cartography
    Sweet News for Drexel?Drexel stoners now have access to fresh-baked cookies, too
  4. Sweet News
    Reconsider the Ice-Cream SandwichSeven new ways to keep cool.
  5. Mediavore
    Beard Awards Get ‘Sex’y; Pizza.com Selling for $2.6 MilA Sex and the City star will host the James Beard Awards, the domain pizza.com is selling for over $2.6 million, and the Patsy’s v. Patsy’s trial rages on.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Single, Attractive Cooks Wanted in Williamsburg; Rhum Sure to Make You Frisky onA cooking show wants to mate sexy Brooklyn foodies, Insomnia Cookies could be faster, and Madaleine Mae is marketing rum shots as “cures.”
  7. NewsFeed
    Insomnia Presents the Peacemaker of CookiesInsomnia Cookies has expanded its late-night delivery operation by opening a daytime store. And yet there’s something very 2 a.m. about its “ménage à trois.”
  8. In the Magazine
    Spanning the Globe, From Africa to ConnecticutIn this week’’s magazine, eat African food, buy a Jewish cookbook, and find four restaurants that warrant a road trip.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Late-Night Cookie Delivery Seeks Disciplined Help in the East VillageClinton Hill: The laundromat space on Greene Avenue near Grand has been leased to a gourmet store that will offer charcuterie, cheeses, and fresh flowers. [Clinton Hill Blog] East Village: Insomnia Cookie specializes in late-night sweets delivery and wants a vehicle-equipped employee who can make it to NYU dorms without eating the booty (or trying to get some). [Eat for Victory/VV] Neighbors of Le Souk want the bouncers to stop chatting up girls and rein in the noisy crowds. [Villager] Long Island City: The owners of Italian restaurant Manducatis may be opening a 5,000-square-foot gourmet marketplace on Vernon Boulevard and even bringing gelato to the ice-cream war. [Joey in Astoria] Midtown West: The Copacabana closes its doors tomorrow night to make way for the number 7 subway line. [NYDN] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: One can only dream that the now-closed Access Point space could be taken over by a falafel purveyor. [Across the Park] Soho: Provence has just introduced brunch service sweetened up by items like cherry mimosas and chocolate-bread French toast. [Restaurant Girl]