Gourmet Bakery A Biscuit Haute Leaving The Lighthouse For The Inman District

0

Edible cookie dough, ice cream sandwiches and, of course, thick, rich cookies, coming soon to Inman Park.

Shiana White — AKA “The Cookie Lady — opens her gourmet bakery A premium cookie in Inman districtaccording to plans filed this week with the City of Atlanta.

Sign up now to receive our daily alerts on the latest news

Disable at any time

A Haute Cookie arrives in the mixed-use Inman Park Suite J, at 299 North Highland Avenue NE, in a 1,100 square feet space, according to official documents. The construction of the bakery is estimated at $50,000.

White founded A Haute Cookie as a food truck, then opened a brick-and-mortar location at The Beacon Atlanta in 2017. The new Inman Quarter outpost is a relocation of the existing Grant Park location from the company, White told What Now Atlanta on Friday.

“The Beacon was the pits,” White said. “No marketing, no foot traffic, just a bad marriage. Can’t wait for the new location!” White announced the closure on the company’s Facebook page Thursday.”Closed until further notice, however, our new location is opening soon.”

A Haute Cookie will be open late in its new location — until midnight, White said. “Our new location will include a walk-in window, and we’re adding espresso to the menu.”

White’s goal in creating A Haute Cookie was to connect her love for fashion and gourmet treats, according to the company’s website. “A Haute Cookie began with Shiana White’s love of homemade chocolate chip cookies and her appreciation for fashion,” the about page reads. “They’ve both always had a special place in her heart. Just as she loves quality clothes, she can’t live without quality treats either! She loved the idea of ​​combining the two… and it is how she imagined A Haute Cookie!

In addition to its classic thick and rich chocolate chip cookies, A Haute Cookie also offers customers ice cream sandwiches and edible cookie dough.

Photo: Official
Photo: Official
Photo: Official
Share.

Comments are closed.