Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Goodnight Fatty to Get Kitchen Space in Salem; "Top Secret" Plans Also in the Works

A late-night cookie business on the North Shore has some new plans in the works.

According to a Facebook post, Goodnight Fatty is getting its own kitchen space somewhere in Salem, with the note saying that the "Fatty factory" will let them do more in the way of pop-ups and it will also help support the "top secret plans" that they have. Last fall, the people behind the company set up a cookie pop-up within Derby Joe's coffee shop on Friday and Saturday nights, offering a variety of cookies to customers looking for a late-night snack.

The address for Goodnight Fatty (and Derby Joe) is 142 Derby Street, Salem, MA, 01970. The website for Goodnight Fatty can be found at

[May 16 update: Eater Boston states that Goodnight Fatty is setting up shop in a conference room space that is accessed via the Higginson Square alleyway in back of the building at 10 Derby Square. The post says that the owners of the late-night weekend-only cookie business have partnered with Sperling Interactive on the space, with the dough being cooked onsite after being made at a rented commercial kitchen space. Eater says that Goodnight Fatty had a soft opening last weekend with its grand opening coming this weekend, and that it will be open from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM on Fridays and Saturdays.]

[Earlier Article]
Goodnight Fatty (Late-Night Cookie Pop-Up) Debuts in Salem

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