San Marcos location of Tiff's Treats celebrates anniversary

The Austin-based cookie delivery company opened a San Marcos location in 2019. (Courtesy Tiff's Treats)
The Austin-based cookie delivery company opened a San Marcos location in 2019. (Courtesy Tiff's Treats)

The Austin-based cookie delivery company opened a San Marcos location in 2019. (Courtesy Tiff's Treats)

Austin-born baked goods delivery shop Tiff’s Treats celebrated the first anniversary of its store at 200 Springtown Way, San Marcos, on July 29. The store, located on the ground floor of The Lyndon apartment complex, features fresh-baked cookies, brownies, ice cream sandwiches and more. 512-957-0704. www.cookiedelivery.com
By Evelin Garcia
Evelin Garcia covers local government, education, business and development as the reporter of Community Impact Newspaper's San Marcos/Buda/Kyle edition. Evelin is a graduate of Texas State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a minor in international studies.


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