Cinnamon rolls are like post-its: fun to peel apart in layers and sticky enough to adhere to coworkers' foreheads. Get a delicious memo with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $10 for $20 worth of baked goods, pastries, muffins, and breads
- $20 for $45 worth of baked goods, pastries, muffins, and breads
- $100 for $200 worth of specialty or wedding cakes
- $150 for $325 worth of specialty or wedding cakes
Chefs whip up fresh-baked confections such as cookies and cannolis (approximately $1.25–$3 each). Elevating playing with food to an art form, cake-smiths construct elaborate specialty cakes ($125–$150) sculpted with fondant and buttercream icing to resemble anything from a beloved pet to a briefcase full of money. Wedding cakes ($5–$15 per slice depending on the number of guests) range from elegant, simple tiered cakes to confectionary tours de force complete with fondant sunflowers.
When Palermo’s Bakery opened nearly three decades ago, it was a small storefront affair. Husband and wife team, Joanne and Jerry Bruno, baked small-scale confections at first, but over the years, Jerry became adventurous, constructing elaborate designer cakes that grew more intricate over the years. Twenty-five years later, thanks in part to those same creations, the small Italian bakery has grown into two custom cake shops with more than 50 staff members.
Still helmed by the Bruno family, Palermo's Bakery creates lavish wedding cakes bursting with fondant flowers, and specialty cakes sculpted into an array of improbable shapes, such as 3D champagne bottles. Though baked goods and pastries vary by location, they often include more than 20 flavors of cookies, Italian treats such as cannoli, and kosher desserts such as rugalech. All of the duo’s whimsical creations are available for pick-up or delivery.