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Popular Eatery Opens Second Nassau County Location

Chip City opened its second location on Long Island, located at 951 Franklin Ave in Garden City, in September 2022.
Chip City opened its second location on Long Island, located at 951 Franklin Ave in Garden City, in September 2022. Photo Credit: Facebook/Chip City

A popular bakery is delighting cookie monsters of all ages after opening a second location on Long Island.

Chip City, located at 951 Franklin Avenue in Garden City, held its official grand opening on Friday, Sept. 9.

The cookie shop, which has 12 locations in New York City and another in Oceanside, offers up a mouthwatering rotation of cookies that changes each week.

Flavors include 18 “classics” like chocolate chip, white chocolate macadamia, funfetti, oatmeal apple pie, and Nutella sea salt.

Chip City also has several Thanksgiving cookies, including pecan pie, made with brown sugar and candied pecans topped with flaky pie crust, as well as a white chocolate cranberry oat cookie, featuring spiced oatmeal and dried cranberries with white chocolate chips.

For those who can’t be there in person but still want to satisfy their sweet tooth, the bakery also offers local delivery and nationwide shipping, according to its website.

So far, the eatery appears to be a hit with online reviewers.

“These cookies are huge!!!” Judith J., of East Northport, wrote on Yelp. “I had the s’mores flavored one. My friend’s girl had the chocolate chip and pecan pie. They are warm, gooey, and delicious.”

“The cookies are huge and more than enough for two people to split in half,” another reviewer said on Yelp. “The cookies and cream, and chocolate chip were delicious.”

Chip City is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Find out more on its website.

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