We will be open on Valentine's Day at Noon. You may call to inquire if we can fit in anymore deliveries. *If* we are able to, the menu may be limited to our standard cookie packages.
WE ARE HIRING!
Midnight Cookies is hiring friendly personalities to join our team!
Please read the following before applying!
We are looking for both delivery drivers and kitchen staff members.
To be considered, applicant MUST be able to work:
*Late nights - shifts on any given night can last until 2-4 AM.
*At least three nights a week
*All Saturdays (and Valentine's Day if they are with us in the Spring)
Kitchen Staff and Delivery Driver Primary Duties:
*Take customer orders on phones and register
*Prep cookies for baking (portion and shape cookie dough)
*General cleaning (dishes, sweep/mop, etc).
*Must have reliable vehicle and cell phone with GPS
*Must have good knowledge of major roads in Gainesville
*Knowledge of locations dorms/buildings on UF's Campus a major plus
Kitchen Staff pay starts at $8.50/hour. Raises given to those who excel.
Delivery Drivers receive hourly, comp. per delivery, and tips (approximately between $11-18/hour).
Scheduling is flexible! Besides aforementioned required days, we try our best to work with employees for time off needed due to classes/exams. We just ask that you are able to work at minimum of 3 days a week.
HOW TO APPLY:
Fill out an application at our store between 5:30 PM and 8 PM,
Monday through Friday, or 3 PM and 8 PM on Saturday or Sunday.
We accept resumes, but will ask you to fill out an application with it as well.
*Read everything listed above to make sure you qualify to apply.
*Bring a pen
*Bring a smile and your friendly personality!
*Don't bring a friend
*Don't apply with a friend--come in at different times. This shows your ability to be independent. ;)
*Even if a friend gives you ride to apply, ask them to politely wait in the car. There's a Pokémon Go Pokestop nearby if they want to pass the time, or they can get some really good baguettes from EarthFare!
Note for "Gift Orders"
(If you are looking to place an order to be delivered to someone else):
PLEASE CALL BETWEEN 5:30 PM AND 7:30 PM (or 2:30 PM and 7:30 PM on the weekends) AND PLEASE HAVE ALL INFORMATION NEEDED--INCLUDING YOUR ORDER--READY BEFORE CALLING.
Please be reminded that "gift orders" cannot be guaranteed to be delivered at a specific time, but we do offer to time frames for them to be delivered. The arrival of the order will be determined by a number of factors, including where other non-gift orders are going, how busy we are, and if we are able to get in contact with the recipient. Visit our FAQ page for more information.
Midnight Cookies is Gainesville's very own.
We are locally owned, created, and operated.
We offer delivery to most of Gainesville, and we bake your cookies fresh to order when you crave them the most.
So don't bother bringing out the flour and teaspoons (and don't worry about figuring out the difference between baking powder and baking soda).
We got this.
HOW FRESH IS FRESH BAKED?
We start with making our very own dough with a little ol' Kitchen Aid Mixer (or two, or three...) from our very own recipes. Other places often use pre-made and sometimes frozen dough. Maybe they add a "super unique topping" and call it "original," but don't let them fool you.
We start with butter and sugar (sometimes vegetable shortening for vegan doughs). And then we let our imaginations run wild. We've got a core number of delicious flavors, but we sometimes like to go outside the cookie box, having created well over 60 flavors throughout the years.
Mrs. Fields, Otis, and even that Pillsbury Dough Boy--oh, what a delightful character he is!--haven't dared made cookies with pie crust mixed in. Or pudding on top. Or bacon mixed in AND on top. Or chicken tenders. (Grandma did one Christmas, but you know--and bless her heart and those $5 bills she still gives us for our
birthdays--it just didn't quite taste... edible.)
After our cookie shaping machines known as our Awesome Kitchen Staff carefully portion our dough, we wait until you order. Only *then* do we pop the delicious creations into the oven. Then we serve them up to you. Or often our delivery drivers bring them straight to you. Nice and gooey, still a bit warm.
How do other places define "fresh baked"? By baking them overnight perhaps, and then placing them on heating pads or popping them in the microwave, hoping the warmth can pass their factory-made dough as "fresh." Or they don't even bother with serving them warm. They let them sit there. All. Day. Long. Possibly absorbing the scents of pickles, onions, and that really awesome new vinaigrette!