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Craig’s Cookies to Open at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre 

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Toronto-based cult-favourite Craig’s Cookies announced on Instagram Thursday that it would be opening its fifth retail location this fall at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre. The 1,200 square foot storefront will be located in a retail space vacated last year by NYX Cosmetics. 

The location is prime being at the end of a hallway that leads to the mall’s TTC subway station. A Roots store is located immediately north and a busy Starbucks is located across the way. 

It will be the fifth location for Craig’s Cookies which was founded in 2013. Founder Craig Pike has developed over 85 flavours of the over-the-top cookies which burst with chocolate and other sweet fillings. The brand’s first Toronto location opened in the city’s Parkdale area and was followed by locations on Church Street in Toronto’s Gay Village, on Bayview Avenue in Leaside, and most recently on Queen Street East in Leslieville. 

Yorkdale has been adding various food and beverage offerings to the shopping centre since the beginning of the pandemic, including Danish Pastry House and a Chinese restaurant called Yu near the mall’s RH store. The centre continues to diversify its offerings which also includes the most comprehensive clustering of standalone luxury brand stores anywhere in Canada. 

Craig's Cookies on Church Street
Craig’s Cookies on Church Street – Photo by Dustin Fuhs
Craig's Cookies on Church Street
Craig’s Cookies on Church Street – Photo by Dustin Fuhs
Craig's Cookies on Church Street
Craig’s Cookies on Church Street – Photo by Dustin Fuhs
Craig's Cookies on Church Street
Craig’s Cookies on Church Street – Photo by Dustin Fuhs
Craig's Cookies on Queen Street
Craig’s Cookies on Queen Street – Photo by Dustin Fuhs

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider and President/CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Director of Applied Research at the University of Alberta School of Retailing in Edmonton, and consultant to the Retail Council of Canada. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

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