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Stellar flavors: Mariah’s Cookies, MrBeast Burger brighten ABQ’s delivery-only options

A couple more celebrities have brought their food and confection lines to Albuquerque.

Cookie enthusiasts can now get Mariah’s Cookies delivered to their door.

Legendary recording artist Mariah Carey launched the virtual brand in partnership with Virtual Dining Concepts. Carey joined forces with restaurateur Robert Earl to create a delivery-only brand of cookies.

“Yay, cookies! We love ’em … love ’em during the holidays. … love ’em all year round!” Carey said in a news release after the launch of her cookie brand in December.

Mariah’s Cookies recently became available for purchase in Albuquerque through various delivery services, including Doordash, Grubhub, UberEats and Postmates. Cookies are sold in dozen and half-dozen assortments, with an option to add individual cookies.

Mariah’s Cookies, a delivery-only cookie line brand by Mariah Carey and restaurateur Robert Earl, are now available in Albuquerque. (Courtesy of Virtual Dining Concepts)

Boxes include the Chocolatey Treats Box with Chocolate Chunk, Triple Chocolate Chunk and Heath Bar; Mimi’s Mix Box, with Carey’s favorite homemade flavors; Chocolate Chunk Box, with butter, chocolate, chunk cookies made with all natural ingredients and loaded with rich gourmet chocolate chunks, according to the news release.


“Mariah and I have chatted over the years about working together on a food business, and with her love of baking, cookies were a natural fit,” Robert Earl, co-founder of Virtual Dining Concepts, says in the news release.

More information on Mariah’s Cookies can be found at

Satisfy your burger or sandwich cravings with something from the MrBeast Burger menu.

Online celebrity Jimmy Donaldson, aka MrBeast, at a pop-up of his restaurant brand, MrBeast Burger. (Courtesy of Dennis Leupold)

Jimmy Donaldson, better known by his online alias, MrBeast, joined forces with Virtual Dining Concepts to start his virtual restaurant brand, MrBeast Burger, now available for delivery in Albuquerque. The delivery-only brand launched in mid-December 2020 and continues to expand its reach through partnerships with restaurants throughout the country.

“I am really excited about the launch of MrBeast Burger,” Donaldson says in a MrBeast Burger news release. “We have put months of hard work into putting this together and can’t wait for our fans to have a taste of what we’ve cooked up! We’ve had such a great response from our fans, and we’re excited to sign up more restaurants.”

YouTube sensation MrBeast has joined forces with Virtual Dining Concepts for his virtual restaurant brand MrBeast Burger, which is now available in Albuquerque. (Courtesy of Virtual Dining Concepts)

MrBeast is one of the fastest-growing digital creators globally. He has built a loyal and extensive fan base through his YouTube videos featuring “elaborate stunts with a purpose.” He has become recognized for giving back to organizations and individuals with monetary gifts and other surprises.

MrBeast Burger’s menu has made-to-order smashed burgers and sandwiches inspired by his three closest friends. The Beast Style burger has beef patties with house seasonings, American cheese, pickles, diced white onion, mayonnaise and brown mustard on a soft roll. Chris Style offers two smashed crispy beef patties with house seasoning, American cheese and bacon topped with crinkle fries. Chandler Style has two smashed crispy beef patties with house seasoning served plain with American cheese on a bun. Other menu items include Karl’s Grilled Cheese, Beast Style Fries, Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich, Crispy Chicken Tender Sandwich and seasoned crinkle fries.

MrBeast Burger is available through third-party delivery apps, including Grubhub, DoorDash, Postmates, UberEats and Seamless. For more information, download the Beast Burger app through the Apple Store or Google Play.

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