Another Crumbl Location Opening?

The new Crumbl location in Westover Village. Photo by Caroline Sanders 23

The new Crumbl location in Westover Village. Photo by Caroline Sanders ’23

Caroline Sanders, Co-Editor in Chief

Since the first store opened in 2020, Crumbl has become extremely popular in Fort Worth, along with many other cities across the country. Recently, a new location opened in Westover Village in Fort Worth, the fifth Crumbl location in the area. 

“The Crumbl in Westover Village is right by my house and I go there all the time,” Sutton Howard ‘23 said. “I love Crumbl, it’s my favorite place to go when I want a sweet treat.”

With their weekly drops, Crumbl keeps everyone interested in their cookies with new and different flavor combinations. Personally, I don’t love their chocolate chip cookies; however, they have a lot of other amazing cookie flavors, usually coming out with six different ones every week.

I bet if you blindfolded someone and gave them a stick of butter with sugar on top, they wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between it and a Crumbl cookie.”

— Jaiden Patel '23

When I went to Crumbl this past week, the flavors included: Buckeye Brownie, Strawberry Cake, Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecake, Cookie Butter White Chip, Classic Pink Sugar, and Milk Chocolate Chip. The four I chose to try out were Buckeye Brownie, Strawberry Cake, Cookie Butter White Chip, and Milk Chocolate Chip. My favorite by far was the Buckeye Brownie one, but that could also be because I am a sucker for any dessert with peanut butter in it. Surprisingly, I also really enjoyed the Cookie Butter White Chip cookie. In my opinion, it tasted similar to a Girl Scout Shortbread cookie. The Strawberry Cake cookie was pretty average, along with the Milk Chocolate Chip cookie.

I got my cookies at the new location in Westover Village. There was ample parking, the service was fast, and overall it was a good experience.

Crumbl’s Cookie Butter White Chip, Buckeye Brownie, Milk Chocolate Chip, and Classic Pink Sugar cookies after being taste tested. Photo by Caroline Sanders ’23

Although many people do love Crumbl, it has also proven to have a lot of “haters,” seemingly becoming a very divisive place. 

“Crumbl is actually disgusting,” Jaiden Patel ‘23 said. “I bet if you blindfolded someone and gave them a stick of butter with sugar on top, they wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between it and a Crumbl cookie.”

Another location that is soon to open in Fort Worth is on Bryant Irvin, next to the Smoothie King. Although it is not open now, it will most likely be open within the next couple of months. 

“I’m so excited that another Crumbl is opening on my side of town,” Vivian Todora ‘23 said. “Hopefully it will be open just in time for the holidays.”