Cupcakes, like babies, are smaller, cuter, and more tempting to nibble on. Indulge your maternal/carniveral instincts with today's deal. For $16, you get one dozen cupcakes (a $33 value) at Trophy Cupcakes and Party, Citysearch’s pick for Best Seattle Bakery in 2010. Groupon customers can take home their cupcakes from one of three bakery locations: Wallingford Center, University Village, or The Bravern.
Like a neurotic shapeshifter or the rules of Calvinball, Trophy Cupcakes’ menu of flavors changes constantly, but perennial gourmet flavors such as triple chocolate and red velvet are available every day. Likewise, you can fuse a vanilla chocolate cupcake and a chocolate vanilla cupcake at their frosting for a Venn diagrammatical double-decker of deliciousness. Complementing the traditional staples is a rotating cast of creations ranging from the hummingbird cupcakes—banana-pineapple-coconut cake topped with cream-cheese frosting—to Samoas cupcakes—Valrhona chocolate cake filled with caramel cream and topped in coconut buttercream, toasted coconut, and a drizzle of house caramel sauce—that would make a Girl Scout rip her honor badges off her uniform and drum herself out of the corps.
Trophy Cupcakes makes all its cupped cakes from a mildly addictive deweaponized explosive known as “scratch,” which is itself made of premium ingredients such as free-range eggs, organic peanut butter, local sweet-cream butter, fresh fruit, even fresher first kisses, and starlight (when in season). To make sure you get the flavors you want, feel free to order your dozen by phone at least 48 hours in advance, then pick them up in-store at Trophy Cupcakes and Party.
Trophy Cupcakes and Party was voted Best Seattle Bakery 2010 by Citysearchers and featured on the Martha Stewart Show. Seattle magazine featured it in their "Best Desserts" issue. More than 530 Yelpers and nearly 46 Citysearchers give the Wallingford location an average of four-stars. One hundred-twenty Yelpers rating the University Village location and 75 Yelpers rating The Bravern location give each an average of 3.5-stars.
- This shop is so cute, the turquoise ice cream parlor feel is enough to make you smile on even the worst day. The cupcake flavors are anything but normal and so good. – Carissang, Wallingford location, Citysearch
- Best cupcakes I've ever eaten! Yummy yummy to my tummy! – Christina S., Yelp, University Village location, 9/23/2010
- Best cupcakes. The cake is perfectly moist and the frosting is a little on the thick side, but makes it great for everyone. The staff at Bravern and Wallingford are great. Definitely the best gourmet cupcakes in Seattle, and with creative flavors! – Jen L., Yelp, The Bravern location, 1/16/2011
Trophy Cupcakes and Party
At first glance, the kitchen of Trophy Cupcakes and Party could be taken for that of a gourmet restaurant. Pure Madagascar-Bourbon vanilla and Valrhona cocoa from France line the shelves, and local sweet-cream butter, free-range eggs, and fresh fruit fill the fridge. These are the ingredients Jennifer Shea uses to craft her daily rotating cupcake flavors, from chocolate nutella to gluten-free cherries jubilee. With the help of husband Michael Williamson, she distributes her decadent handheld desserts to four Seattle boutiques, which have garnered press attention to rival that of the city's finest eateries. Martha Stewart gushed about Jennifer's innovative and widely varied flavors, and Seattle magazine's readers dubbed them best cupcakes 2011-2014.
To complement their cupcakes, Trophy Cupcakes stocks a curated selection of party supplies. A cocktail-style party room in Wallingford Center, which can accommodate up to 30 guests, is available to rent for birthday parties, baby showers, and superhero business meetings.
“I love Trophy Cupcakes they taste delicious and looks fancy! ”
“Wish the Groupon was marked as order online at the top rather than in the fine print, but the store service was very accommodating fortunately.”
“Great experience. The staff is polite and the cupcakes are AWESOME!!! We live 3 hours away and never leave Seattle without some Trophy Cupcakes.”