Bake up

. August 24, 2012.
mindingbizcookies

Summer has come to a close, but with school starting Ann Arbor is about to get busy. With the influx of students comes a slew of new businesses. Whether you have the cravings of Cookie Monster or you're looking for the perfect gift item, local business owners do their best to make A2 the regional hub to buy anything!

You don't have to stay up late to enjoy a good cookie, but it can help! Insomnia Cookies is a fun new addition to downtown Ann Arbor, offering late-night goodies until 3 am, and delivery within a five mile radius. And if you've got a birthday party in the works, Insomnia has cookie cakes and bulk discounts for big orders. So when your sweet tooth keeps you up at night, give them a call.

1229 S. University.
734-769-1011. www.insomniacookies.com.

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