Bakeries in Key Biscayne

50% Off at Gallery of Cakes

Gallery of Cakes

Ojus

$50 $25

Nondairy baked treats such as buttercream cakes, fondant cakes, and cupcakes

67% Off Dessert Bar with Set-Up and Delivery

Sweet Escape

On Location

$300 $99

Dessert tables make events memorable with cake pops, cupcakes, pastries, pies, and assorted candies

Up to 55% Off Personalized Cupcakes

The Pastry Shop by Magic City Chefs

Coral Gables

$54 $27

Customize up to two dozen cupcakes by selecting cake and frosting flavors as well as decorations, such as messages and logos

Up to 51% Off Cake Pops

Nancy's Cake Pops

On Location

$36 $18

One or two dozen cake pops in flavors such as red velvet, birthday cake, and cookies-and-cream

Half Off Dinner at Front Porch Cafe 

Front Porch Cafe

South Beach

$40 $20

(664)

Cocktails complement local meats and seafood on a sidewalk patio overlooking the Atlantic

Up to 58% Off Custom Cupcakes in Hialeah Gardens

Cupcake.Love.Miami

Tamiami

$30 $15

(12)

Cupcakes infused with creative flavors, from orange velvet to Chunky Monkey, and topped with intricate fondants

Half Off at Elite Cake Creations

Elite Cake Creations

Cooper City Commerce

$50 $25

Custom cakes and cupcakes in all shapes and colors, featuring icings such as buttercream and fondant with cream, mousse, and fruit fillings

Up to 48% Off Cupcakes at Robbie E. Custom Cakes

Robbie E. Custom Cakes

Coconut Creek

$20 $11

Take home fluffy, frosted cupcakes for a small or large group

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Sweetness Bake Shop & Cafe's cupcake list is overwhelming in the best possible way. The treats are made from scratch everyday, the buttercream a slight yellow due to the use of real butter, and the vanilla bean cake rich with Nielsen Massey Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla. But the careful, delicious craftsmanship aside, the sheer number of cupcake options on the menu is enough to floor even the most mild of cupcake enthusiasts. The menu divides into several categories. These include house flavors, such as red velvet, and classic flavors such as maple bacon. Then there are even more whimsical categories such as "candy jar", which includes Twix- and Snickers-flavored cupcakes, "top shelf", which has mojito and tequila sunrise cakes, and "global a go-go" which includes flavors such as tiramisu and churro con chocolate but excludes the flavor of passport stamp.

But Sweetness doesn't stop there. Their menu expands to cover more treats such as ice cream, cake balls and donuts, and cakes. They also cater to the non-sweet tooth with sandwiches and salads for lunch and eggs and pancakes for brunch.

9549 SW 72nd St
Miami,
FL
US

The bakers at Mmmm…. Cupcakes whip up artfully decorated handheld treats in a scrumptious spectrum of traditional, gluten-free, and vegan varieties. Utilizing 30% less sugar and a full line of organic ingredients, the bakers craft cakes ranging from full-sized desserts to easily weaponized cupcake push-pops. All baking is done in the shop’s kosher-certified kitchen, allowing customers of all ilks to chomp into freshly baked bites of Butterfinger, cran-orange, or guava con queso cupcakes. Bakers also teach the basic skills of custom cupcakery in one-hour lessons, in which students learn how to decorate and devour cupcakes tastier than a fresh-baked vending machine.

17 E Flagler St
Miami,
FL
US

At 6 a.m. every morning, the denizens of Little Havana awaken to the sweet scents that escape from the kitchens of nearby Rico Bakery & Cafe. A local institution for more than 25 years, the charming bakery has earned a dedicated following due to its fresh breads, Cuban and European desserts, and steamy coffee drinks. No item, however, flies off the bakery racks faster than the pastelitos, which come with sweet or savory fillings of coconut, cheese, beef, ham, guava, or piñata candy.

425 SW 22nd Ave
Miami,
FL
US

The Cheese Course pampers dairy devotees with more than 150 artisanal cheeses, plus a thoughtfully constructed menu of delectable comestibles. Regional trios of cheeses ($12.95) allow connoisseurs to expand their palates without undergoing primordial tongue stretching. Nibble your way through a patriotic mélange of American cheeses that includes Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog goat cheese (CA), Old Chatham camembert (NY), and Pleasant Ridge Reserve (WI), or snack on a Franco-centric sampling of Sainte-Maure, camembert, and comté. Each trio comes with accoutrements such as sliced baguettes and sundried tomato pesto, but more substantial hungers can also be halted with the help of an array of sandwiches, such as an albacore white tuna melt with gruyere ($8.45), or with the greeneried goodness of a salad, such as English field greens with blue cheese, caramelized walnuts, and mustard-shallot vinaigrette ($7.95). Breakfast items, such as herb omelette baguettes ($8.45) and homemade quiche ($8.45), are served morning, noon, and night, creating a dangerous paradox of logic in which every meal is the most important of the day.

200 S Biscayne Blvd.
Miami,
FL
US

• For $8, you get one dozen regular cupcakes (a $16.08 value). • For $20, you get $40 toward customized cakes.

10067 SW 72nd St
Miami,
FL
US

First & First Southern Baking Company serves up homestyle eats and decadent desserts in its Food Network–theme restaurant. Celebrity chefs peer down from their television perches, inspiring the restaurant's menu of the network's latest culinary exploits. Southern soul seeps from entrees, such as the #12 burger, a patty of Angus beef, sun-dried tomatoes, and pepperoni covered in cheese grits, fried onion strips, lettuce, and tomato coddled by a toasted bun, and accompanied by such sides as fried apples or sweet-potato mash ($9.95). Stomach gardens blossom under the green-thumbery of the raspberry and walnut salad, tossing greens with raspberries, strawberries, feta cheese, apple, walnuts, and a drizzling of raspberry dressing ($8.95).

109 NE 1st Ave
Miami,
FL
US