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Locations: Richardson

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ADDRESS
1920 N. Coit Road, Suite 211
Richardson, TX 75080

PHONE & FAX Phone: (972) 234-1574
Toll Free: (972) 234-1574
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HOURS Monday-Friday:
Shoppe Manager: Adrienne Hand
Cookies by Design Franchise
COOKIE BOUQUET - BABY BLOCKS {A109}
Surprise the parents of the "New Kid on the Block" with a delightful treat for themselves in addition to their friends and family.
Starting at $32.99
Cookies by Design Franchise

Stop by our Cookies by Design Richardson location, you never know what treat will be in store. As the Cookies by Design product test location we are always baking up something new to sample.

Our colorful shoppe has an extended customer area that offers a great place to relax and have a conversation while enjoying our latest cookie and bakery creations. If you are looking for that one special sweet or a dozen - dozen for a family party or office gathering come by and see us on the corner of Coit and Campbell in the Pavilion East next to Washington Federal Bank and Richardson Bike Mart.

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