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The Cavity Factory expands to new storefront in Fountain Square

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A must-eat destination in the city for those with a sweet tooth, The Cavity Factory food truck and ghost kitchen has a new brick-and-mortar bakery located in Fountain Square.

Located at 1354 Shelby St., opening day saw a long line of customers wrapped around the building eager to try their variety of unique cookie creations. With flavors ranging from the classic chocolate chip to cinnamon toast crunch, a gooey center featuring bites of cinnamon toast cereal, cinnamon chips, and topped with cinnamon sugar icing, the menu rotates each week to give customers the chance to spice up their choice of sweet treats.

The Cavity Factory’s cosmic brownie flavor (Photo/ The Cavity Factory)

“[The flavors] were all amazing…I would definitely recommend it to everyone,” said Anye’a Carter, a first-time customer of The Cavity Factory.

Shop hours are limited; they are only open until the products are sold out and they often sell out early. Currently open on Fridays from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., For those looking to give the cookies a try, owner/operator Destinee Smith suggests getting in line early to ensure you’re able to pick your desired flavor.

The current menu rotation is subject to change but is currently cycling through chocolate chip, oatmeal, apple pie, red velvet & cream, Fluffernutter, strawberry cheesecake, birthday cake, “the O.G. crookie” and the cookie butter “crookie”, a buttery flakey croissant topped with a freshly baked cookie and drizzled with chocolate syrup.

 The Cavity Factory’s expansion comes after the popularity of the pink food truck which gained nearly 20,000 followers, known as the “cookie cult,” across all social media platforms.

Following the success of The Pink Truck, The Cavity Factory launched a ghost kitchen in downtown Indy, an online-only selling point available for only pickup, which saw great success and pushed Smith to open the brick-and-mortar.

I really didn’t know much about the area before I moved in, but I’m super excited,” said Smith in an Instagram post.

With the grand opening of the storefront comes new opportunities for expanded hours and additional cookie flavors being added to the menu, according to Smith. She plans to add breakfast options, more inclusive menu items for gluten and sugar-free customers and drink options.

For those unable to get to the storefront, The Cavity Factory will be selling their products at local vendors around the city and begin making deliveries. The Pink Truck will still be around at select locations and out-of-state customers can order online. 

Smith recommends storing the cookies in an air-tight container for up to four days at room temperature, or in the freezer for a month. When reheating, she recommends microwaving them at short intervals or at 350 degrees for 5-10 minutes at a time.

To learn more, visit cavityfactory.com or follow them on social media @thecavityfactory.

Contact Staff Writer Hanna Rauworth at 317.762.7854 or follow her at @hanna.rauworth 

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