It’s Cookie Time Dunedin!

Cookie Time’s second New Zealand Cookie Bar is scheduled to open in Dunedin tomorrow, putting a treat spin on some traditional breakfast items.

The first Cookie Time Cookie bar opened in Queenstown in 2010, followed by an international flagship Cookie Bar in Harajuku, Tokyo, in 2013. Vibrant, fun, and interactive, the Cookie Bars are designed to be the hottest place in town for cookies and their perfect partners, plus instore karaoke, and gift merchandise.

Cookie Time Co-Founder and Managing Director Guy Pope-Mayell said the Cookie Bar in Dunedin will have all the usual attractions, plus some new lines only available in Dunedin.

New in Dunedin are Dough Dogs — sticky cookie dough, encased in crispy doughnut, batter, and deep-fried to perfection on a stick. It is reminiscent of the classic Kiwi hotdog, but sweet and served with lashings of ice cream and melted chocolate.

Another hero for the Dunedin menu is a selection of freakshakes – extraordinary concoctions of ice cream, cookies and confectionary made famous at the Harajuku Cookie Bar – customised with American cereals for Dunedin only. Plus, there are s’mores, hot cookies and hot and cold drinks. A cutdown Mini Clubman – Cookie Time’s first delivery vehicle – and a neon Cookie Muncher are key features of the store fitout.

The Dunedin Cookie Bar will open to the public at 10am Saturday 26 November.