The best cookies in D.C. -- I promise!  Is there anyone out there who does not love cookies? Mouthwatering chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and macadamia nut cookies are usually the go-to snack to satisfy one’s sweet tooth. From different flavors to textures, they really are an assortment of happiness.

Unleash your inner cookie monster, by finding out the best cafes and bakeries that serve the best cookies in D.C. Whether you like your cookies crunchy, ooey-gooey, bite-sized or as large as your face, there's something here for everyone. 

1. Insomnia Cookies

Popular among many college students, Insomnia Cookies are known for delivering fresh-baked cookies well into the night. What started off in a small dorm at the University of Pennsylvania, has now taken over college campuses across the country one warm, gooey cookie at a time. 

The late-night bakery feeds the late-night munchies cravings to an increasing number of universities. Insomnia may not deliver to all campuses, but you can still pick up warm cookies till 3 am at Adams Morgan or Georgetown.

Suggestions: Peanut Butter Chip and Snickerdoodle 

2. Captain Cookie & the Milk Man

Captain's Cookies lets you choose from eight kinds of cookies, all specializing in warm deliciousness on where you may ask... a food truck!

Located on H Street near George Washington University, this mobile bakery also offers ice cream, mini milk bottles, milkshakes (if you ask nicely, they can even crush a cookie into your shake), and ice cream sandwiches. It's a simple concept: delicate, soft cookies, ice cream, and milk in any combination you desire.

Suggestions: Chocolate Chip and Ginger Molasses 

3. Uncle Chip's Cookies

 Made with love and affection in a cheerful turquoise townhouse, Uncle Chip's makes the chewy, buttery, tasty cookie, without the egg!  Right along North Capitol St, Chip's serves a few flavors of freshly baked, ginormous cookies, with no artificial ingredients. Better than your momma's cookies, Chip's is a great tiny spot to catch up friends over non-artificial cookies.

Suggestions: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip

3. Baked & Wired 

Baked & Wired may be known for cupcakes, but they sure know damn well how to satisfy your cookie cravings. The bakery features a self-serve cookie bar with rows of cookie jars, each sporting a different variety of freshly baked cookies.  Tucked away in a corner of Georgetown, the bakery offers a rotating selection of non-traditional cookie flavors packed with sweetness. 

Suggestions: Ginjah Lemon Sandwich Cookie and Chocolate Chip with Walnuts

4. Larry’s Cookies & Ice Cream

Stumbled upon the Ronald Regan Building, and a need a quick sweet snack? Stop by Larry's to indulge in soft middles and crispy edges of cookies. Need a cold treat on top? You can also order from a wide selection of creamy ice cream such as Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, Mint Chocolate Chip, Vanilla. P.S You may want to become before lunch rush because tend to sell out fast.

Suggestions: Butter Pecan and M&M cookie

5. Buttercream Bakeshop

Cookies beyond your wildest dream. Buttercream offers the sugary goodness of cookies at Shaw’s 9th Street corridor. Among the cakes, cupcakes, and creampies, this mighty little bakery in the heart of D.C offers does not disappoint customers with its vast array of  Buttercream does not disappoint with its vast array of classic cookies.

Suggestions: Double Chocolate and Chocolate Chunk

6. Three Fifty Bakery and Coffee Bar

Baked goods paired with a warm cup of joe in a little bakery - how cozy can that even get? Three Fifty's location is part of its charm: a basement off of not so busy side of U Street. Coming Fifty's is as if you are home chilling on the couch in your cold basement with a freshly baked cookie to keep you warm. 

Suggestions: Nutella and Peanut Butter cookie sandwhich and German Chocolate cookie