Half Dozen or One Dozen Cupcakes at Fusion Bakery & Patisserie (Up to 53% Off)

Middletown

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In a Nutshell

Freshly baked, made-from-scratch cupcakes in a variety of flavors

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 1st, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. Not valid for special orders. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Cupcakes use butter and eggs just like regular cakes do, except that the butter and eggs come from tiny cows and chickens. Smaller is sweeter with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $8 for a half dozen cupcakes (a $17 value)
  • $16 for one dozen cupcakes (a $32 value)

Made-from-scratch cupcakes baked daily in flavors such as classic chocolate with chocolate buttercream frosting, carrot cake with cream-cheese frosting, and peanut-butter madness, a chocolate cake with peanut-butter buttercream and chocolate ganache.

Fusion Bakery & Patisserie

Stillanos Pikos has gone from watching stock prices fall on Wall Street to watching cakes rise in the ovens at Fusion Bakery & Patisserie. The bakery owner—who is originally from the Greek island of Rhodes—found his original career in finance to be less than fulfilling. After resisting the urge to follow in the footsteps of his family's food business, Pikos decided to enroll in the Connecticut Culinary School. He worked at an exclusive hotel restaurant before assisting friends with their bakeries, which gave rise to the development of Fusion Bakery & Patisserie. Jeff Mill of The Middletown Press notes that the name represents "a combination of European and American desserts,” and that the establishment "is a throwback to a time not so long ago when every town had a bakery, and often more than one."

Pikos and fellow pastry chef Jen McGuinness bake cinnamon rolls, brownies, danishes, baklava, and scones from scratch every morning. They prepare decadent wedding and specialty cakes, including The Very Best Carrot Cake with cream-cheese frosting and optional nuts. As reported by Cassandra Day of Middletown Patch, the bakery ran a "Where's Ginger?" holiday promotion in which patrons guessed the location of a gingerbread man shown in photos around town to win a free pound of cookies and a year of icing-based vinyl siding repairs.

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