The wait is finally over! The new Crumbl Cookies in Fenton has an opening date, and our sweet tooth can't wait.

We told you back in May that Crumbl Cookies was opening a new location in Fenton, Michigan. Gerdom Realty & Investments had announced on Facebook that they had represented Crumbl Cookies in the leasing of new space to bring the bakery to Fenton. The space is located in the Silver Pointe Shopping Center at Silver Parkway and Owen Road. Since then fans of the bakery have been waiting patiently for the doors to open and now the wait is over.

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According to a Facebook post, the doors will finally open on November 4th at 8:00 am and serve up delicious treats until midnight. The new location is owned by the Grossi family, a local family investing in their community which makes it even more special.

Crumbl Cookies, known for its iconic pink boxes with nothing but pure deliciousness inside, has 300 locations spread over 36 states, with 9 being right here in Michigan. Unfortunately, before this getting our hands on those addictive cookies meant a bit of a road trip to Royal Oak or Ann Arbor.

If you aren't familiar with what all the fuss is about, Crumbl Cookies are just something you need to experience to understand. With a rotating weekly menu, there is always something you're sure to love. Always a weekly staple the Milk Chocolate Chip Cookies is joined by such delicious cookie flavors as Pecan Pie, Peanut Butter Bar, Salted Caramel Cheesecake, and Buckeye Brownie just to name a few.

Get ready to indulge right in Fenton starting November 4th!

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