At first, the Aztecs punished their enemies by pouring hot chocolate down their throats, until the proud warriors found out their foes actually liked it and promptly switched to molten gold. Become a confection conquistador with today's deal: for $40, you get $80 toward any specialty or wedding cake at Sugar Butter Flour. This Groupon is valid at both the Sunnyvale and Campbell locations.
Every Sugar Butter Flour cake is hand-crafted using the most decadent flavors, with no artificial ingredients or intelligence added. Using the finest liquors and fruits, head pastry chef Irit Ishai combines unparalleled dedication with more than 10 years of cake-artistry experience when crafting her creative confections. The smorgasbord of decadence includes cake flavors ranging from classics like vanilla and chocolate to unique tastes such as banana and hummingbird (banana, pineapple, and pecan). Cakes can be further customized by adding a filling choice such as mocha butter cream or white-chocolate ganache, or punched up with a fruity preserve such as raspberry or apricot. Custom cake prices vary depending on size and complexity, but many are available for about $80. The skilled staff is happy to architect even the zaniest cake concept, whether sculpted in three dimensions or built into a more traditional tiered cake.
Sugar Butter Flour consistently whisks together a passion for excellence and a little sprinkle of love into all of its cakes, prompting local packs of ignored gas-station cupcakes to weep frosted tears. The European bakery provides a level of sugary commitment sure to impress even the most frosting-dependent sweet tooth.
“Excellent, have been back twice now”
“We got a nice assortment of chocolates to gift and purchased some cake and enjoyed it outside with one of our girls (the other was still nursing at the time of...”
“We got a nice assortment of chocolates to gift and purchased some cake and enjoyed it outside with one of our girls (the other was still nursing at the time of purchase). It's a favorite place to go now!”