This Ultra-Decadent New Cookie Spot In Montreal Looks Straight Out Of The '90s (PHOTOS)

Inflatable furniture + lava lamps + adult Dunkaroos = best nostalgia trip ever.
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This Ultra-Decadent New Cookie Spot In Montreal Looks Straight Out Of The '90s (PHOTOS)

After operating online since 2019, cookie company Sundaiz is opening its first brick-and-mortar location tomorrow — a bakehouse and café in Montreal. Not only are Sundaiz cookies ultra decadent and delicious, but they are also the perfect nostalgia trip for a couple of reasons.

First, they'll remind you of the best days of your childhood, which obviously involved fresh-baked cookies. Second, the new space looks like it's straight out of the '90s.

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The café is tucked away in room #130 of the Lachine Canal Complex.

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Decorated with lava lamps, smiley faces, neon and an inflatable pink bubble couch, it'll take you right back to the '90s and early 2000s.

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If that's not enough reason to let your inner child or teenager run free, the cookies come in all sorts of fun flavours like "Oreo," "Cinnamon Roll" and "Fudgee-O."

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Sundaiz also sells cookie cakes and cookie dips, which are basically adult Dunkaroos

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Sundaiz announced to Narcity Québec that they will soon offer picnic packages, which they'll organize along the Lachine Canal.

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According to Narcity Québec, Sundaiz will be offering a free cookie to all customers on June 25 to celebrate the opening.

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