Monday, October 28, 2019

[SWEET!] Atlantic Station Lands NoBaked Edible Cookie Dough

Atlantic Station will next year welcome Atlanta’s first location of NoBaked Cookie Dough, an edible cookie dough business.  Georgia will be the fifth market for the growing franchise.  The new eatery will open in a 1,200 square foot space between Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ and Poke Bar in the mixed-use development which is currently undergoing an evolution of sorts.   
Megan Beaven and her husband Jimmy Feeman opened the first NoBaked in Nashville in 2017, and through franchising have since expanded the company to eight locations across Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee.   

In Atlanta, NoBaked joins Batter Cookie Dough Counter, which local entrepreneur Julie Abes opened in late 2017 at Ponce City Market.   Sources close to Atlantic Station indicate that the new NoBaked, currently slated to open in the spring, will be corporately owned, but could convert to a franchise in the future. 

Have you ever been to NoBaked?  Where is your favorite place to get edible cookie dough?  Where would you like to see NoBaked open next?

Please share your thoughts below  


oden said...

Something is seriously wrong with people who eat cookie dough.

Anonymous said...

People still go to Atlantic Station? I thought that place closed years ago

Anonymous said...

That's an indication of a sad state of affairs at Atlantic Station. Most of the retail and dining has closed. The only thing driving traffic there is Publix, LA Fitness, and the movie theater.

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