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DoubleTree by Hilton New York Times Square West Celebrates their 500th Hotel & National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day!

Come Enjoy a Warm Cookie and a Chance to Win a Stay at their New 500th Hotel!

WHO: DoubleTree by Hilton New York Times Square West

WHAT: National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day –

Monday, May 15th is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day and The DoubleTree by Hilton is celebrating! Between the hours of 2PM and 4PM, the newly opened hotel will be handing out their famous warm DoubleTree Cookies in their outdoor atrium. All are welcome to stop by and enjoy a warm DoubleTree Cookie.

Attendees are invited to take a guess at how many chocolate chips are in their cookie jar… The person with the closest guess receives a complimentary 1 night stay and a copy of Doubletree’s Cookie Cookbook – “We Have Cookies: Taste the World of DoubleTree by Hilton.”

WHERE: 350 West 40th Street, (between 8th and 9th Avenues)

WHEN: Monday, May 15th | 2PM – 4PM

Freeloaders, engage!

119 Comments

  • Hmm I was early on FotW this week. surely not a good sign.

  • FREAK OF THE WEEK

    The “tax cuts will be paid for later, under a different president, of course” edition

    • The “If we could only get back that pallet of $1.7 BILLION DOLLARS IN CASH that the Traitor Obama illegally airlifted to Iran, we’d be covered” Edition

  • testing, testing……

    • Was just coming here to see what you typed to elicit another unhinged rant from wayne this week.

      • I dont think Wayne has seen it because my FotW post for this week doesnt show up on the most recent links list on the main page – which is why I was “testing”

      • I do still plan on rescuing him from the mutant overlord as mentioned earlier

      • It isn’t visible to me in this thread, either. The rock crushing machines are taking over, finally.

        But I think the stapler is going to burn down with the Initech White House.

    • I wonder if the rock crushing ads were all sent here just for me, you know, what with me working in a rock quarry for Mr Slate and all.

      I had always wondered just how many other readers of Midtown Lunch they had thought would be interested in purchasing a rock-crushing device

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