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7.5

Ali's Cookies

$$$$

1561 N Decatur Rd, Atlanta
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With regular, gluten-free, and vegan options, almost everyone can get in on the sweet treat action at this Atlanta-based kosher cookie company, which has three metro locations. They have at least 15 different cookie flavors (our faves are the red velvet and snickerdoodle), and their melt-in-your-mouth softness will have you questioning why you’ve ever f*cked with the Kroger bakery. And when you really want to load up on dessert, order the ice cream sandwich and pick your own cookie and ice cream flavors—it’s the most efficient way to try it all. Indoor tables are covered in kraft paper with a basket of crayons if you're trying to keep kids occupied while you reach for the last cookie.

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