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Milk Bar and &Pizza Team Up For a Cookie Collaboration

Starting today, Cereal Milk cookies and cream soda are available at the Center City pizza shop

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Philly doesn’t have its own outpost of Milk Bar, the buzzy bakery from Christina Tosi with shops in New York, D.C., Vegas, and Toronto. But what it does have is an &Pizza, and what &Pizza has is a partnership with Milk Bar. What does that mean for you? Cereal Milk cookies, starting now.

The fast-casual Washington, D.C.-based &Pizza opened its first Philly location last year, at 1430 Walnut Street, serving up customizable pies along with unusual soda options in flavors like cherry bomb and ginger berry lemonade. Starting today, &Pizza (and only &Pizza) will be selling Milk Bar’s Cereal Milk Cream Soda Collection, making it the only place you can buy a Milk Bar concoction in Philly.

The collection includes the Cereal Milk Cream Soda Cookie, which is a vanilla cookie with white chocolate chips, milk, cornflakes, brown sugar, salt, and a secret ingredient. It’s supposed to taste like the milk at the bottom of a bowl of cornflakes but with a little bit of fizz (that’s where the secret ingredient comes in to do its magic). The cookies are $1.25 each.

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Also available at &Pizza is the Cereal Milk Cream Soda fountain soda, a vanilla-flavored, fizzy drink with hints of butterscotch and salted marshmallow and, yes, the taste of milk left over in the bottom of a cereal bowl. It’s caffeine-free and there’s no actual milk, or any type of dairy. For $2.75, get a 16-ounce cup with free refills.

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