Cookies & Creamery will open first storefront at Red Bridge

Cookies & Creamery will open first storefront at Red Bridge

Kansas City, Mo. – Red Bridge Shopping Center is delighted to announce its newest tenant, Cookies & Creamery, a locally owned and operated ice cream shop featuring Kansas City’s best treat-makers. Cookies & Creamery will open their first brick and morter location in the almost 600-square-foot space next to Crows Coffee on the north side of the center with hopes to open by late Fall 2020.

The effects of COVID-19 on the event and entertainment industry created an opportunity for owner Kiffany Bosserman and her husband Steve, to capitalize on the rapidly changing industry. Kiffany’s first concept, Cottontale KC All-Natural Cotton Candy, is Kansas City’s premier cotton candy event experience. When faced with the challenges that 2020 offered, Kiffany doubled down by adding a second brand that would open up opportunities to serve Kansas City with a wider range of treats. Her mobile “Treat Trike,” is a one-of-a-kind tricycle concessions cart which sells Cottontale’s organic cotton candy as well as hand-made ice cream sandwiches, fresh-baked cookies, gourmet popcorn, and now hot cocoa; under her new Cookies & Creamery banner.

“Throughout 2020 we have learned that Cottontale and Cookies & Creamery desperately needed a home base to serve our fans more consistently,” Kiffany said.

Cookies & Creamery at Red Bridge will be a wonderland of Kansas City’s best treat-makers featuring signature items like Creamwiches: made with local ice cream, fresh-baked cookies, and rolled in specialty toppings. Another Cookies & Creamery signature will be their hand-crafted non-dairy Horchata. There will be at least 10 flavors of different local ice creams available by the scoop, fresh-baked cookies from Mary’s Mountain Cookies, PopCulture Gourmet Popcorn, and a selection of milks form Shatto Milk Co.

“Cookies & Creamery is going to be a place where people can gather safely, celebrate accomplishments and so much more,” Kiffany said. “It’ll be a place where we train the next generation in entrepreneurship skills, share our dreams, cheer you on, and give back to the city who has given us so much.”

Read the full article from the KC Business Journal.