OKC's Insomnia Cookies delivers its treats until 3 a.m.

Published Thursday, February 23, 2017
by Jack Money

If you are near Oklahoma City and crave a late-night treat, you don't have to lose any sleep over it.

Insomnia Cookies, a late-night bakery offering cookies and other treats, opened earlier this month in Midtown, at 1131 N Walker Ave.

The response has been sweet, said Catharine Gatlin, marketing manager with the firm.

"We opened just in time for Valentine's Day, there," Gatlin said Wednesday. "We have been getting a great response, so far. Things have been going really well.

"We really have been having a good time getting to know our neighbors."

Insomnia Cookies is open for at store pickups and also delivers cookies until 3 a.m. every day of the week.

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