A late-night snack option for Minneapolis-area students

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Insomnia Cookies Marketing Manager Renee Sarnecky tells MPR reporter Curtis Gilbert why the chain wants to open up in Dinkytown and serve student partiers — and crammers — till 3 a.m.:

 “With limited late night food options, especially on the sweeter side, there definitely is a market for the cookies.”

Its license was approved by a Minneapolis City Council committee, and will likely be approved when the full council votes a week from Friday.
Gilbert reports that the new service wouldn’t really threaten the 10-year-old cookie seller Tank Goodness, which delivers till 4 p.m.

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