The Best Cookie in Every U.S. State
Chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, oatmeal raisin, oh my!
Cookies come in all flavors and forms and, while you can’t really go wrong with anything that’s pure butter and sugar, some sweets stand out above the rest.
We’ve sifted through (and drooled over) hundreds of reviews to find the bakeries whipping up the crunchiest, chewiest, most crave-worthy cookies. According to Yelp, these are the best-of-the-best.
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Alabama: Cookie Fix, Homewood
You could try the healthy offerings at this beloved Southern cookie shop — the flourless "Superfoods Healthy Peanut Butter" cookie, packed with flax seeds and chia seeds, is particularly popular — but where's the fun in that?
Our advice is to stick to the indulgent, like the "Mocha Landslide" (fudge, dark chocolate chips, espresso) or M&M Chocolate Chip (exactly what it sounds like, in the best possible way).
Pro tip: Buy a hunk of frozen dough before you leave so you can make your own tasty treats at home.
Sample Yelp review: “I've had some pretty tasty cookies in my life but never as good as this shop (sorry mom lol)!!”
Alaska: Marlo’s Bakery, Fairbanks
What started as a farmer’s market stand is now a bustling storefront in downtown Fairbanks due to the popularity of Marlo’s chewy cookies and Filipino pastries. The menu rotates daily but one thing stays the same: The baked goods, starring local ingredients, are always delicious.
Sample Yelp review: “Lord help me and my waistline after finally going. Go! Eat! You won't regret it!”
Arizona: Urban Cookies Bakeshop, Phoenix
On Sunday afternoon, locals line up for “happy hour” at Urban Cookies Bakeshop, during which every dessert is half price. This includes the super-soft cookies, which come in flavors like dark chocolate walnut, pineapple coconut and oatmeal almond raisin.
Bonus: There are plenty of gluten-free and vegan options, too, for anyone with dietary restrictions.
Sample Yelp review: “Sundays right before they close is HH and it's half off ALL goods… there is literally a line out the door then. But I understand why because their cookies are so darn good.”
Arkansas: Rick’s Bakery, Fayetteville
Why settle for a plain sugar cookie when you can have a tie-dye cookie instead? That's one of the specialties at Rick's Bakery, where the confections are as colorful as they are crave-worthy.
Founded by a former NASA engineer, the shop is also a go-to for football fans thanks to the shop’s iced Razorback cookies. (The Razorbacks are the University of Arkansas’ football team.)
Sample Yelp review: “Holy overwhelming with deliciousness!”
California: Milk Jar Cookies, Los Angeles
As the name suggests, this California confectionary serves up warm-baked cookies with a jar of cold milk (for dipping or sipping!). These cookies are crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside, and every flavor is a win — but if you're feeling adventurous, opt for the "Banana Split." It pairs a banana-dough base with chocolate, butterscotch, walnuts and, of course, fresh strawberries on top.
Sample Yelp review: “I don't know what these bakers put in these cookies, but they should come with a serious warning that they are addictive.”
Colorado: Santa Fe Cookie Co, Denver
This isn't your average sweets shop. Aka there aren't any employees — or even a cash register. Instead, you'll pick out your own freshly-baked cookies and leave cash in a plastic milk jug. It's an honor system that's worked since 1986, earning owner Debbie Kuehn the title around town as "The Cookie Lady."
Sample Yelp review: “The Santa Fe Cookie Company is a Denver institution — the cookies are incredible and it's a unique business in that everyone pays on the honor system."
Connecticut: Dee’s One Smart Cookie, Glastonbury
Cookies may not be inherently healthy, but they come pretty close at Dee’s in Connecticut. Here at the only non-GMO bakery in New England, you'll find a variety of "smart" sweets, none of which contain any gluten, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts or soy.
The best part? Customers swear the allergen-free cookies taste even better than the real ones at other shops!
Sample Yelp review: “As someone who has been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and thought her days of flavorful food and baked goods were done, I salute Dee's One Smart Cookie for putting out extraordinary products.”
Delaware: Sweet Melissa, Middletown
Quality over quantity is the motto at Sweet Melissa, where you have only two options when it comes to cookies: sugar or butter. While the signature sugar cookies have been with the bakery since it opened in 2014, the later-addition butter cookies are just as to-die-for. Made from a secret recipe, they're smothered in a homemade lemon-butter icing.
Sample Yelp review: “One of my favorites. Everyone is always very polite and helpful but her desserts sell themselves.”
Florida: Gideon’s Bakehouse, Orlando
There are big cookies...and then there are Gideon's cookies. Weighing in at a whopping half-pound apiece, these massive treats are dense and chewy and full of flavor. You can't go wrong with the basic chocolate chip, which is topped with a sprinkling of coarse sea salt for the perfect balance of sweet and salty.
Sample Yelp review: “If it were possible for me to give one rating OVER 5 stars in my entire life, I'd give it to Gideon's. Wow....this was 100% the best cookie I've ever eaten and WILL ever eat in my life.”
Georgia: Tiff’s Treats, Atlanta
Started out of a college dorm, Tiff’s Treats is Georgia’s most delicious delivery service. The fresh dough is baked-to-order, meaning that the cookies are still warm (and gooey!) when they arrive at your home.
And if you can't decide whether you're in the mood for cookies or ice cream, you don't have to. Ask for the "TiffBlitz," vanilla ice cream with chunks of chocolate-chip cookies that’s topped with sugar-cookie crumbles.
Sample Yelp review: “[The cookies] are sooo warm and delicious. They literally melt in your mouth with flavor.”
Hawaii: Honolulu Cookie Company, Waikiki
Hawaii is known for sunshine, beautiful beaches...and shortbread cookies. And the pineapple-shaped treats baked fresh daily at the Honolulu Cookie Company are an island institution for a reason.
Bite into the original butter macadamia (made with fresh nuts and real butter) or, if you're feeling adventurous, choose one hand-dipped in chocolate or a fruity flavor like pineapple, passionfruit or mango.
Sample Yelp review: “These pineapple shaped cookies brighten my life. They’re thick, almost scone-like, but buttery and heavy like a delicious cookie.”
Idaho: Chip Cookies, Boise
When that late-night cookie craving hits, there's only one place in Idaho to go: Chip. Open until 2 a.m. on weekdays (and midnight on weekends), this Boise bakery delivers four giant, gourmet goodies right to your doorstep within 30 minutes. Choose one of two flavors: classic chocolate chip or the rotating "Chip of the Month."
Sample Yelp review: “The cookies here are gigantic and delicious. Eight people could easily share four cookies split in half. They’re thick, ever so slightly crunchy on the outside, and chewy on the inside.”
Illinois: The Cookie Joint, Chicago
Cookies + French fries = the dessert dream team.
At The Cookie Joint in Chicago, you'll be handed a carton (which reads "Cookie fries before guys") of delectable shortbread cookies shaped like crinkle-cut fries, served with a side of sauce. Pair cinnamon crinkle-cuts with marshmallow, for instance, or dunk the original into salted caramel.
Sample Yelp review: “These cookies are not only clever — with different cookie flavors and dipping sauces — but they are also delicious!”
Indiana: Taylor’s Bakery, Indianapolis
It's safe to say that the bakers at Taylor's, which has been family-owned for four generations, know what they're doing. Especially when it comes to their "Monster" cookies, each of which is actually made up of two massive chocolate-chip cookies stuffed with handmade cream icing.
It looks like a cookie sandwich but tastes like a slice of cake. The best of both worlds!
Sample Yelp review: “Taylor's has been a family tradition for as long as I can remember. There is such great quality in everything they make!”
Iowa: Thelma’s Treats, Des Moines
Warm in the winter, cool in the summer — the menu at Thelma's Treats has something for every season. They're best known for their incredible ice-cream sandwiches that use two soft-baked cookies as the "bun" and a scoop of local ice cream as the filling.
And if you're a fan of their snickerdoodles, you have Thelma herself to thank. The family still uses a variation of their great-grandmother's original recipe.
Sample Yelp review: “Quite simply, Thelma's rules. It's difficult to find a better cookie, especially when they are warm, fresh, and melting in your mouth.”
Kansas: Cheri’s Bakery, Wichita
There's no way you'll leave Cheri's hungry. After all, who could say no to the dozens of fluffy cookies just begging to be eaten? Cheri’s claim to Wichita fame is its button cookies: buttery bite-sized sugar cookies topped with a healthy dollop of handspun frosting.
Sample Yelp review: “Always friendly, and the cookies are to die for.”
Kentucky: Please & Thank You, Louisville
"Please and thank you" is exactly what you'll be saying when you step up to the counter at this Kentucky confectionary. With their crispy exterior and doughy interior, the cookies here boast a spot-on texture, and they pair perfectly with a steaming cup of freshly-ground coffee. No wonder this shop is the state's most recommended restaurant on Facebook.
Sample Yelp review: “THE BEST CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES IN THE CITY HANDS DOWN!!!! They're perfectly soft and chewy and rich!”
Louisiana: Willa Jean, New Orleans
Pro pastry chef Kelly Fields, who runs the kitchen at Willa Jean, knows that few things go together better than cookies and milk. Which is why, in addition to perfecting chocolate-chip cookies made with three different varieties of cocoa, she also pairs her concoctions with Tahitian vanilla-bean milk. The delectable platter also comes with a whisk laden with decadent dough.
Sample Yelp review: “The best thing on the menu here is the chocolate chip cookies! They even give you some cookie dough as well. Fat kid heaven!”
Maine: Two Fat Cats, Portland
When in Maine, get a whoopie pie. Part cake, part cookie, no one does the state's signature sweet better than Two Fat Cats Bakery. Its classic whoopie pie, which has been featured on Food Network's "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," stars rich buttercream icing sandwiched between two cakey chocolate cookies.
Sample Yelp review: “The whoopie pie was fresh, moist, chocolatey in all the right ways and most importantly, not too sweet!”
Maryland: Berger Cookies, Baltimore
At Berger, thick, cake-like shortbread cookies are hand-dipped in thick fudgy chocolate — and this cocoa coating (literally) takes the cake.
Berger’s cookies have been a Baltimore staple since 1835, and will no doubt remain that way for a very long time.
Sample Yelp review: “The greatest cookie ever created. Take a big, soft cookie, then double its weight by adding a slathering of chocolate fudge.”
Massachusetts: The Cookie Monstah, Boston
New England’s favorite food truck now has a super-sweet storefront, where customers line up en masse to devour mouthwatering ice-cream sandwiches. Try "The Salty Dog" (salted-caramel cookies with turtle ice cream), "The Date Night" (coconut cookies with German chocolate ice cream) or "The PB&J" (peanut-butter cookies with strawberry ice cream).
Sample Yelp review: “The cookies were perfect and the ice cream was a perfect compliment. I couldn't eat it fast enough. Don't walk...run to get some of these. Game. Changers.”
Michigan: Detroit Cookie Co, Ferndale
There's something for everyone at Detroit Cookie Company, whose menu boasts over 25 fun flavors, from "Circus Snack" (frosted animal crackers and rainbow sprinkles) to "Mad Mix" (barbecue chips and Butterfinger bits).
Dessert daredevils should ask for the "Peanut Butter Volcano," a peanut-butter cookie piled high with more peanut butter, then covered in creamy chocolate and graham-cracker crumbs.
Sample Yelp review: “How do you make a cookie both chewy AND crunchy!? I'm not sure but it must be magic. These cookies are the real deal.”
Minnesota: T-Rex Cookie, Minneapolis
It's no coincidence that this Minnesota mainstay is named after such a formidable dinosaur. Its delectably doughy cookies are monstrous, each one equivalent in size to about six "regular" treats.
Fun fact: For some of the seasonal flavors, like apple pie or pumpkin pie, entire pies are baked into the cookies!
Sample Yelp review: “The cookies are perfection! Soft and fresh, with the perfect amount of topping (they didn't skimp!). It was probably one of the most perfectly baked cookies I've ever seen/had!”
Mississippi: Broad Street Bakery, Jackson
If you're eating lunch at this Southern cafe, make sure you save room for dessert. Because some would argue that the cookies are Broad Street Bakery's best-kept secret.
The cowboy cookies are a crowd-pleaser, loaded with everything you've ever wanted in a dessert: chewy coconut, gooey chocolate chips, toasted nuts and hearty oats.
Sample Yelp review: “When you want a dessert, something to go with your coffee in the morning, or a sweet snack in the afternoon there's nowhere else to go to get it.”
Missouri: Hot Box Cookies, St. Louis
Want the taste of Mom's fresh-out-of-the-oven cookies, but don't actually feel like baking them? Hot Box is here for you.
One quick phone call and 15 minutes later, you'll be diving into a box of warm treats (without even having to leave your house!). Mix and match flavors like peanut butter Reese's Pieces, chocolate white chocolate and red velvet.
Sample Yelp review: “Their cookies are always warm and soft — just the way I like them. They are also a bit thicker than most cookies you see at cookies shops, which I really like.”
Montana: Elle’s Belles Bakery, Bozeman
Everything at this Bozeman bakery tastes as good as it looks, but the real star of the show is the sugar cookie.
What makes these beautifully decorated desserts so delicious? Owner Elle swears it's the secret ingredient that she puts in all of her handmade treats: love.
Sample Yelp review: “Elle makes a sugar cookie that is to die for and they are actually slightly addicting!”
Nebraska: Sweet Magnolias Bake Shop, Omaha
Nestled in one of Omaha's most charming neighborhoods, this boutique bakery evokes the kind of nostalgia that only a made-from-scratch cookie can provide. The ever-changing list of flavors puts a twist on the traditional, with creative confections like white-chocolate sugar cookies and layered unicorn bars: blondies stuffed with Oreo cookies and smeared with marshmallow buttercream.
They’re famous for a reason.
Sample Yelp review: “So delicious! My cookie was perfectly balanced and not so overly sweet!”
Nevada: The Cookie Bar, Las Vegas
The Cookie Bar proves that baking and booze are a great combination. Ask your bartender/baker for an alcohol-infused bite like "Tipsy Velvet," a red-velvet cookie made with cake-flavored vodka and white chocolate, or the crowd-favorite "Mug Shot," a root-beer schnapps cookie topped with whipped-cream-flavored vodka frosting and a root-beer gummy.
Sample Yelp review: “The Cookie Bar food truck delivers with wholesome, delicious cookies with an edge!!! They’re handmade in small batches using the finest quality ingredients, and made everything from scratch.”
New Hampshire: Ceres Bakery, Portsmouth
Instead of asking what flavors Ceres Bakery has, it’s better to ask what flavors they don't have.
The selection here is almost as extensive as the cookies are massive (these are definitely two-hand affairs!). Not sure exactly what fillings you want in your treat? No worries — you can grab the aptly-named "Kitchen Sink," which has chocolate chips, cranberries, white chocolate, walnuts and coconut.
Sample Yelp review: “Unbelievably delicious cookies (filled with yummy things like chunks of chocolate, walnuts, pecans, coconut, ginger, lemon, etc. — not your standard fare cookie!).”
New Jersey: Bang Cookies, Jersey City
It’s easy to understand what all the fuss is about at this Jersey City institution that favors all-natural organic ingredients. And it’s the newest addition to the menu that really has people talking: oversized stuffed cookies oozing with fillings like strawberry jam.
Sample Yelp review: “Think of BIG, WARM, PERFECTLY CRUNCHY EXTERIOR, PERFECTLY JUST COOKED INTERIOR. That's what you get with Bang Cookies.”
New Mexico: Rude Boy Cookies, Albuquerque
What's on tap at Rude Boy Cookies? A tall glass of cold, frothy milk paired with two pillowy cookies. Pair your pint with classic chocolate chip or a deluxe oatmeal pie or, if you stop in on a Friday afternoon, enjoy a round of "cookie shots" (shooters made out of buttery dough and filled with the flavored milk of your choice).
Sample Yelp review: “Some things in life are worth it, and the joy this place's goodies brings me is a no-brainer.”
New York: William Greenberg Bakery, New York City
If there's one baked good that defines the Big Apple, it's the black and white cookie. And every New Yorker knows that the best place to get the city's sweetest souvenir is William Greenberg.
So thick it's almost like a cupcake, the cookie here features dense dough frosted half with chocolate ganache, and half with vanilla fondant.
Sample Yelp review: “I always go out of my way to get my black & white cookies from here because I refuse to eat them anywhere else.”
North Carolina: Appalachia Cookie Company, Boone
Once voted one of the top 10 cookie shops in all of America by the butter queen herself, Miss Paula Deen, every treat at Appalachia Cookie Company is made to order on the spot.
The sinfully sweet deliciousness that you'll be handed hot out of the oven is well worth the inevitable wait. Especially if you choose Paula's top pick: blueberry white chocolate oatmeal.
Sample Yelp review: “The special thing about these cookies (apart from their large size) is that somehow they succeed in making just the outer layer very nice & toasty, and the inside super gooey.”
North Dakota: Cookies For You, Minot
Small-town atmosphere, big-city taste. That sums up the experience at Cookies For You, where every moist morsel almost dissolves in your mouth. The frosted sugar cookies, in particular, are a hit, with the perfect ratio of dense, cakey cookie, sticky-sweet glaze and sprinkles.
Sample Yelp review: “Stopping in at Cookies for You is like arriving home from school to find that your Mom has your favorite cookies coming out of the oven.”
Ohio: Blackbird Baking Company, Cleveland
Get back to basics at Blackbird, where locals swear by the chocolate-chip cookie (it was named one of the best in the country by “Food + Wine,” too!). Crispy edges give way to a chewy, doughy center oozing with bits of melted chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt for an out-of-this-world experience.
Tip: Go early, as cookies tend to sell out.
Sample Yelp review: “I started my day with a nibble of the most magical cookie ever. I'm not sure how they manage to create such perfection, but they have and I love them for it!”
Oklahoma: One Smart Cookie, Oklahoma City
Ice, ice, baby. At One Smart Cookie, it's as much about the frosting as it is about the hand-crafted cookie beneath it. Start by choosing your base (like the special "smart" cookie made with banana, chocolate chips and oats), then have your treat designed and frosted by a skilled "cookie artist" for an extra sweet touch.
Sample Yelp review: “It's the best frosting I've ever had, and the cookie itself is glorious.”
Oregon: Pearl Bakery, Portland
You'll smell Pearl Bakery from a mile away as the heavenly aroma of baked goods swirls through the streets of Portland. Once inside, ask for either the city's beloved chocolate-chunk cookie or the regional favorite, the fig cookie. It’s similar to a fig newton, but gooier and more delicious.
Sample Yelp review: “Pearl Bakery has the best chocolate chip cookies I have ever tasted, and I have eaten a lot of chocolate chip cookies in my time. They have a crispy exterior and the chewiest, moistest, butteriest, chocolaty-est interior ever.”
Pennsylvania: Famous 4th Street Cookie Company, Philadelphia
There's a reason there's always a crowd at this cookie confectionery hidden inside Reading Terminal Market. The bakery, named one of the best in the country by Food Network, sells cookies made fresh from scratch every day with all-natural ingredients.
You can't go wrong with any of the homestyle flavors, from rainbow M&M to snickerdoodle to double dark chocolate.
Sample Yelp review: “Melt in your mouth awesomeness!! I never thought a cookie would have such an impact on my life.”
Rhode Island: Ellie’s Bakery, Providence
Go to Paris without ever leaving the U.S. with a trip to Ellie's Bakery, where you can indulge like the French on a trio of cloud-like macarons.
The bakery’s signature collection includes a lemon lavender, chocolate peanut butter and pistachio confection; a rotating seasonal collection showcases boundary-pushing flavors like everything bagel, orange mimosa and red chili chai.
Sample Yelp review: “The macarons are filled with a silky smooth buttercream or ganache filling, sandwiched between two soft thin cookie crusts. Perfection!”
South Carolina: Blue Flour Bakery, Columbia
Three days. That's how long it takes to make each signature sugar cookie from start to finish at Blue Flour, where the bakers pour their heart and soul into every single sweet. And it shows — the must-try monster-cookies (they're almost half a foot in diameter!) are golden-brown gems that will have you coming back for more.
Sample Yelp review: “Their cookies are insane. Seriously so good! At first glance you'll think wow this cookie is way too big but guess again. You will want more!”
South Dakota: CH Patisserie, Sioux Falls
You'll be saying "oui, monsieur" to more macaroons at this patisserie, where world champion pastry chef and “Top Chef: Just Desserts” winner Chris Hammer serves up French fare. Light and airy, the chic cookies here are some of the best this side of the pond, featuring inventive flavors like salted caramel, Nutella and chocolate-covered strawberry.
Sample Yelp review: “All the desserts are meticulously created, beautiful and delicious.”
Tennessee: Moonshine Mountain Cookie Company, Knoxville
If you try nothing else at this treat shop, make sure you get one of the award-winning "Caramel By The Sea" cookies. While the pairing of gooey caramel and crunchy chocolate toffee contributes to this cookie’s popularity, the secret ingredient that really puts it over the top is a splash of butterscotch moonshine straight from the Tennessee mountains.
Sample Yelp review: “These cookies are hauntingly good. If you favor a warm, chewy, cookie goodness then this is your place.”
Texas: Hayley Cakes and Cookies, Austin
Hayley has garnered quite the following on social media (over 300,000 fans to be exact!), and one look inside her cases of cookies proves why. Beautifully decorated with frosting in every color imaginable and sprinkles galore, the sugar cookies are as Instagram-worthy as they are addictive.
Sample Yelp review: “Best cookies and cupcakes in Texas. Possibly the world. Always has unique cookie designs that are each iced by hand.”
Utah: RubySnap Fresh Cookies, Salt Lake City
The bakers at RubySnap know it's what's on the inside that matters most. That's why all of their cookies are made with completely natural ingredients, fresh fruits and no preservatives.
Can't decide on a flavor? Sample as many as you'd like (or as your stomach can handle!) before settling on one, like "Margo," featuring chocolate-cinnamon dough and a melty chocolate-mint center.
Sample Yelp review: “Their cookies are soft, full, decadent-just bursting with flavor. It was almost a meal in itself, let alone a snack!”
Vermont: Vermont Cookie Love, North Ferrisburgh
It will be love at first bite when you sink your teeth into one of the sinfully sweet goodies at this family-run bakeshop. While some varieties, like "first love" (classic chocolate chip), stay on the menu year-round, Vermont Cookie Love also offers seasonal flavors like "fall in love" (pumpkin chocolate chip) and "summer love" (white chocolate chip with raspberries and blueberries).
Sample Yelp review: “The BEST COOKIES I wish I could give them more that 5 stars! They always have fun seasonal cookies, definitely worth the try.”
Virginia: Red Eye Cookie Company, Richmond
Fuel your late nights with a stop at Red Eye Cookie Company, where the midnight snack of choice is a cookies-and-cream option featuring crushed-up Oreos tucked inside buttery dough. Not only are they served hot out of the oven, but the cookies here are also made with quality local ingredients, like whole-grain flour and milk from a Virginia creamery.
Sample Yelp review: “Their cookies are absolutely delicious! It's the right balance of moist and fluffiness and the right amount of sweetness.”
Washington: Hello Robin, Seattle
The tagline at Hello Robin says it all: "Cookies you wish your mom had made."
The perfectly-textured treats are available in flavors that range from traditional (like classic chocolate chip, birthday cake and molasses) to totally out-there. Think: orange habanero chocolate chip or the popular “Mackles’more” made with hunks of cocoa and marshmallow.
Sample Yelp review: “Robin knows how to make her cookies. Not doughy, not too crumbly, just soft, super fresh, and scrumptious.”
West Virginia: Spring Hill Pastry Shop, Charleston
Step inside Spring Hill Pastry Shop and not only will you be surrounded by the heavenly aroma of fresh-baked bread, but you'll find rows and rows of drool-worthy cookies and pastries just waiting to be devoured.
While locals say you can't go wrong with any sweet you select, a crowd favorite is the star cookie, which may be small but packs a punch of buttery flavor.
Sample Yelp review: “Everything here is skillfully made and so delicious that you’ll want to return soon to buy more of their tasty treats.”
Wisconsin: Peter Sciortino’s Bakery, Milwaukee
At Peter Sciortino's in downtown Milwaukee, feast on a dizzying assortment of authentic Italian cookies made with only the best and freshest ingredients. There's crunchy biscotti in all different flavors, chocolate-dipped almond amaretti, butter stars, mezza luna sandwich cookies and more to choose from.
Sample Yelp review: “It's like getting hugged by the world's best grandma.”
Wyoming: Eileen’s Colossal Cookies, Cheyenne
A true cookie connoisseur knows that it's all about the perfect ratio of dough to filling — and Eileen's can proudly say they've nailed this balance. The oatmeal-raisin cookie has just the right amount of raisins, while the chocolate-chip cookie is loaded with enough cocoa to satisfy your craving without being overpowering.
Bring a friend, too, as cookies are big enough to share (although you likely won't want to!).
Sample Yelp review: “Best cookies, best frosting, best service! The cookies are thick, moist, chewy and crunchy in all the right ways.”