$13.20 for One Dozen Assorted Cupcakes at Cake in the City ($24 Value)
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Gourmet cupcake flavors include carrot, coconut, cookie dough, chocolate banana, and red velvet
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$13.20 for One Dozen Assorted Cupcakes ($24 Value)
Bakers whip up a smorgasbord of cupcake flavors such as pumpkin swirl with cheesecake filling, strawberry, chocolate peanut butter, and carrot-and-pumpkin swirl. They also craft cupcakes for ages 21 and older in flavors such as banana-nut rum, chocolate rum, and margarita. See the full menu here.
Cake in the City
At Cake in the City, four sisters and their mom combine a passion for baking and years of experience to craft delicious sweet treats. Using recipes that date back to their youth, the ladies craft yummy desserts including gourmet cookies, apple pie, cheesecake, and Alpha bars—a blondie-esque blend of brownie and chocolate-chip flavors that the girls’ mom used to mail to them at summer camp. They also specialize in 45 different rotating cake flavors, which they mold into luscious cake pops, full-size cakes, or cupcakes in flavors such as carrot, red velvet, key lime, and banana butterscotch.
Small treats such as cupcakes, magazine subscriptions, and deli punch cards
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