Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies opens up in Hoboken

Today at noon.

“Hoboken just got a whole lot sweeter! Insomnia Cookies, known for its warm, delicious, cookies opens its doors to the public today. The new location, conveniently located on Newark Street near the PATH train is the company’s first location in New Jersey and will offer delivery throughout the entire city.

In honor of the grand opening, Insomnia Cookies is offering a free cookie to all customers presenting a coupon in store between Tuesday, October 18th and Monday, October 24th. For more information, opening details and for a free cookie coupon, find them on social media.

Insomnia Cookies offers freshly baked cookies in an assortment of flavors. Cookies are delivered warm out of the oven and straight to the customer’s door as early as 10 a.m. until 3 a.m. every day! Popular cookie flavors include Chocolate Chunk, Snickerdoodle, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup and the S’mores Deluxe. Insomnia Cookies also serves and delivers cookie cakes and brownies with toppings such as cookie dough and peanut butter chips. The requisite pint of cold milk can also be added to any order.

Insomnia Cookies will also offer a full ice cream menu with customizable options such as the cookie a la mode and cookiewich, ice cream sandwiched between any two cookies of your choice. The Hoboken bakery will be open every day until 3AM with delivery beginning at 10AM on weekdays and 12PM on weekends. Delivery is also available until 3AM every day. For more information or to order call 1-877-63-COOKIE or visit

Insomnia Cookies {SOS blood sugar levels!}


Opening up soon at the old Re/Max Realtor’s office at 56 Newark Street is Insomnia Cookies.

Insomnia Cookies a dumb idea to kill your body in Hoboken NJAlready with locations in 30 states(!), they’re trying their luck in Hoboken. The “chainification” of Hoboken continues – as the mega-stores are trouncing true mom & pop shops left and right. Here’s a new phrase I just coined (you heard it here first): “The Mile Square Strip Mall.”

While true home-grown shops (like Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe) weren’t supported enough by locals (and closed) – those same mentally-enslaved morons will flock to the mind-numbing (social) marketing of a chain just like that. Shame on anyone that can’t see how they’re contributing to the decline of small business in America. Hashtag I’ll see you in Hell!

Insomnia Cookies will probably survive

Being in the “drunken weekend hunger zone” near the PATH station, Insomnia Cookies will probably do fine – especially considering they plan to be open until 3am during the weekend, effectively cashing in on shit-faced patrons who cannot properly manage their finances or hunger pangs.

Ought to make for interesting “technicolor yawns” as well, as sugary sweets and booze can be a recipe for a major queasy digestive disaster.

Expect a diabetes clinic to shortly follow the opening of Insomnia Cookies.

(Note the interesting trend as well – as almost all relatively new businesses MUST have some stupid charity shit attached to their business model. “We give back x% of our sales, etc.” Sickening, if you ask us… because people are stupid as hell. I’d rather pay 10% less for the stupid God Damn cookie than you re-directing my money somewhere else. Fuck off! Why don’t they give people the option to “opt out” of those charities for a discount? Mutha F…)

Insomnia cookies Hoboken NJ 56 Newark Street

Description: Fuck Charity! They went LONG on diabetes pharmacuetical stocks! KA-CHING!
Address: 56 Newark Street (Soon to be called “The NEW birthplace of diabetes”), Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: TBD

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2 Comments on "Insomnia Cookies"

1 day 13 hours ago

Just tried – VERY mediocre tasting. It had a funny aftertaste. Their thing seems to be WARM COOKIES! ANY TIME! But I overheard that they just bring in frozen dough to bake. And then they keep them in a warming box, which makes them too gooey to even eat when you buy them. Unless you’re walking by and ready need a warm cookie (or it’s really late), you can do better elsewhere.

1 month 29 days ago

I was telling a friend of mine this exact thing the other day. What if I don’t support your charity of choice? Can I get a rebate for my purchase? Agree it’s getting to be too much.