While its iconic footlong sub is a Subway staple, the Subway cookies have always been a fan favorite. With Cookieway for National Cookie Day, the sweet ending to a meal is the gift that keeps on giving.
Did you know that Subway’s cookies are one of its most popular menu items? While there has been much talk about low-carb bread options and returning favorite subs, that little bite of dessert brings people back for more.
In honor of National Cookie Day, Subway has created a special pop-up restaurant experience that highlights its signature cookies. Cookieway will celebrate cookie love in the tastiest way. From cookie installations to special, one of a kind cookie flavors, everyone will making a special trip to the event.
As Carrie Walsh, Chief Marketing Officer, Subway said, “Subway is launching Cookieway as a special thank you to our fans, who overwhelm us with love for our cookies and have helped make Subway cookies the co-star of our menu, alongside our subs.”
What can guests order at the Subway Cookieway pop-up restaurant?
Located at 91 Allen Street, the New York City location will be open on select hours from December 2 through December 5. The special event will feature a variety of Subway favorite fresh-from-the-oven cookies as well as some Cookieway only flavors.
The special menu includes fan favorites like “Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin, Raspberry Cheesecake, and White Chip Macadamia Nut.” In addition, special offerings include “Caramel Apple, S’mores, Caramel Brownie, M&M and Double Chocolate.” Although it might be hard to pick a favorite, the special cookies might be ones that will tempt even the person with the most willpower.
While everyone will have a favorite, the Caramel Brownie might be the must have treat. The combination of crisp cookie and chewy brownie that is topped with caramel is perfection. Whether enjoyed with a glass of milk or a coffee, this cookie is the one that people will rave about time and again.
Another popular choice is the Double Chocolate. Since this flavor hasn’t been available in the U.S. before many people will be lining up to get that first taste.
While the cookies might be the star of the plate, Subway is using the National Cookie Day event to give back. As Walsh shared, “National Cookie Day is the perfect holiday to celebrate our iconic cookies and creates an opportunity to support the great work of Make-A-Wish by encouraging Cookieway visitors to make a donation when they receive their delicious cookie sample pack.”
Guests who choose to make an optional donation to Make-A-Wish can receive a cookie sample pack. Subway did not disclose if there is a suggested donation amount. Since it is the holiday season, it might be nice to make a reasonable donation to charity. After all, the holiday season is about giving back.
Don’t let Santa be the only one with a plate full of holiday cookies this year. Celebrate National Cookie Day at Cookieway. For Subway cookie fans, it is a holiday wish come true.