In late February, Levain Bakery introduced the first new cookie to its regular lineup in 25 years: the "two chip," made with bittersweet and dark chocolate chips.
Notably, unlike its famous original chocolate chip cookie, this one doesn't include walnuts.
But there was one catch: it was only available in its just-opened NoHo store.
Levain promised to bring the two-chip to all of its other locations in late March, but then the coronavirus hit.
Fast forward more than three long, pandemic-filled months, and the bakery's newest 6-ounce treat is now finally available across all stores, including the Harlem location at 2167 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, open for delivery and pick-up.
Responding to the ooey gooey cookie's arrival in Harlem, local singer Tansu wrote, "Best news I've heard in 2020."