Dessert-shrinking technology gave us the cupcake, the baked rhode island, and the gingerbread studio apartment. Nibble a little with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $14 for one dozen cupcakes (a $29 value)
- $25 for a holiday cake tray a ($50 value)
- $29 for two dozen cupcakes (a $58 value)
Cupcakes come in the bakery’s signature flavors, which include strawberry shortcake, chocolate peanut butter, and maple-bacon cider. Holiday trays include four slices from each of the following signature cakes: Is that Red Velvet?, Basket Case Coconut Cake, Princess Cut Carrot Cake, and Southern Vanilla Pound Cake. The slices are joined by an assortment of miniature cookies and brownies on a 12-inch tray.
Slice of Grace Bakery Boutique
The enticing aromas of housemade cupcakes and fried sweet-potato pies waft from Slice of Grace Bakery Boutique’s kitchen, where a team of bakers concocts new variations on traditional Southern treats. Their penchant for integrating unusual flavors into old-fashioned desserts has earned them national attention on programs such as The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Cupcake Wars.
The bakery’s recent surge in popularity hasn’t changed its formula for success; the bakers still start from scratch early each morning, filling the shop’s display case with frosting-swirled cupcakes in flavors such as strawberry shortcake, chocolate peanut butter, and maple-bacon cider topped with sprinkles of actual bacon. Fans of the miniature treats can build their own full-size cake, as the bakery’s gallery of custom creations will attest. Aside from their flagship cakes and fluffy whoopie pies, boxed lunches with a sandwich, a choice of side, a cupcake, and utensils for mixing all three together offer a change of pace.
“Very good cupcakes better than Cary town cupcakes”
“Great cupcakes - kids loved them (adults too). Owner was great with customer service.”
“I liked this cupcake shop and would go again. It is definitely much fresher than Carytown Cupcakes.”