The bakers behind Cupcake.Love.Miami fill their huge menu of desserts with unexpected and creative flavors. Some emulate childhood favorites, such as the PB-and-J-inspired Goober and watermelon Jolly Rancher. Other categories are dedicated to refreshing summer beverages, breakfast staples such as Froot Loops, and seasonal flavors such as pumpkin pie. These flavors take shape as cupcakes, cake pops, or full-grown cakes that can feed up to 95 people and arm as many food catapults.
But no matter what its shape or size, each dessert flaunts a distinct artistic vision with intricate fondants and other toppers. Cupcake.Love.Miami also partners with sister business Sunshine State Cakes to craft custom couture desserts.
Brothers of Brooklyn serves up an extensive menu of breakfast and lunch offerings in a New York–style atmosphere. Meander in morning or afternoon to munch bagels decked out in spreads, veggies and meats, egg breakfasts, and latter-day sandwiches. Breakfast specials (served until 11:30 a.m.) offer patrons prototypical morning fare, such as a trio of chocolate-chip pancakes served like a decadent subpoena with a choice of bacon or sausage ($5.95). Meanwhile, the all-day breakfast lineup features egg-centric eats, including a spanish omelette stuffed with green peppers, onion, pepperoncini, tomato sauce, and cheese, and served on a novelty-size pair of castanets ($6.75). Fresh-baked bagels ($0.80, $1.95 with cream cheese) are also available throughout the day and come in 10 varieties, running the gamut from sweet (e.g., cinnamon raisin and blueberry) to savory (e.g., onion and everything bagels).
The gourmet treats at Häagen-Dazs delight discerning palates with a variety of frozen goodies in indulgent flavors. Made from top-quality ingredients, Haagen-Dazs ice creams and sorbets confidently fill cups and top cones ($4.20-$6.00) or blend into shakes ($6.25) and smoothies ($6.50) in an attempt to lose taste-bud tails. Each Dazzler's three scoops of ice cream settle under whipped-cream peaks, with flavors including Dulce Split, Mint Chip, and Rocky Road ($6.95). Patrons select toppings, sauces, and ice-cream flavors to form customizable sundaes ($5.50-$6.95), or deploy straws to taste a Sorbet Sipper ($5.95), which is made of sorbet and then sipped.
Family own and operated, We at Homevillage Kitchen Store will do our very best to make your shopping experience a pleasant one. Our kitchen store is located in the heart of Miami just north of the international airport. Come a become part of our family. We are here to help you make a difference in your kitchen.