Bakeries in Orange Park

One or Two Dozen Cake Pops from Nancy's Cake Pops (Up to 51% Off)

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

One or Two Dozen Personalized Cupcakes at The Pastry Shop by Magic City Chefs (Up to 55% Off)

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

International Comfort Food for Dinner at Front Porch Cafe (Half Off). Two Options Available. 

Front Porch Cafe

South Beach

$40 $20

(664)

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

Made-to-Order Rum Cake at Jaspertastycakes (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Jaspertastycakes

Miami

$30 $15

Made with barrel-aged rum, Jasper's signature rum cakes have a personality all their own

One or Two Dozen Large Custom Cupcakes at Cupcake.Love.Miami in Hialeah Gardens (Up to 58% Off)

Cupcake.Love.Miami

Tamiami

$30 $15

(12)

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

Two Dozen Cupcakes, One Cupcake Cake, or One 8-Inch Cake at Gallery of Cakes ($50 Value)

Gallery of Cakes

Ojus

$50 $25

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

Cake for 20 or 30, Two Dozen Cupcakes, Or Cake for 20 with 10 Cupcakes at Selva's Cake Designers (Up to 51% Off)

Selva's Cake Designers

Winston Park

$40 $20

Bakers create cupcakes and cakes with buttercream frosting

$25 for $50 Worth of Cake 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

Half, One, or Two Dozen Medium-Size Cupcakes at Robbie E. Custom Cakes (Up to 48% Off)

Robbie E. Custom Cakes

Coconut Creek

$20 $11

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

Select Local Merchants

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 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 Forty Four Cafe, chefs create a daily spread of Latin American street fare and fresh-baked French pastries. Each morning, chefs set to work to layer bread with ham, mustard, and pickles for Cuban sandwiches, stuff yucas for yuca rellena, and create savory empanadas. On the sweeter side, they create both French and Latin American desserts. Fresh, flaky croissants can be paired with a wealth of toppings, and guava tarts showcase the flavors of the tropics without dousing baked goods in every scent of sunscreen.

44 NE 1st St
Miami,
FL
US

Rice House of Kabob's signature sumac sauce is known for its versatility—so much so that several customers want to buy it by the gallon. The coveted marinade was invented by Ali Shabani, one of the restaurant's four founding brothers, and seems to complement almost any item on the Persian menu. By seasoning char-grilled chicken, sirloin, shrimp, and vegetables, it serves as one of two constants in the kitchen. The other, of course, is rice—the family describes it on the website as "the world's ultimate comfort food" and lays it as a base for several platters, including housemade falafel and combination meals of ground-sirloin kubideh and charbroiled tenderloin.

From the vegetarian dishes to the pan-seared tilapia wrap, every item is prepped from all-natural ingredients. The culinary team arrives early in the morning to slice the preservative-free eats, which they always cook to order instead of reheating them beneath lamps or the smoldering gaze of Yosemite Sam.

50 SW 10th St
Miami,
FL
US

Fusion cuisine is exciting because it can be a maze of unexpected flavors and startling twists on tradition. A certain level of compatibility is also important, though. It's a relief, then, that chefs at SuViche—voted the No. 1 favorite at Grand Tasting Village—chose two culinary traditions that draw heavily from the sea. Plates here blend Peruvian and Japanese ingredients and techniques, allowing sushi rolls to shine alongside fresh ceviche. The acidity of pickled ginger makes flavorful sense in bowls of ceviche, in which citrus juices already sparkle sharply, cooking sashimi-like cuts of fish. Wonton chips and teriyaki traditional in Japanese dishes also give ceviche a crunch and a sweetness that seem obvious in retrospect. And the exchange works both ways: golden aji peppers and cilantro give sushi rolls hints of spice typical of South American cuisine. Diners can watch the chefs roll maki or hold retirement parties for popular spatulas in the open sushi bars.

49 SW 11th St
Miami,
FL
US

No artificial flavors here?chefs at Eccolo Pops cut, simmer, and puree fresh fruit before pouring it into popsicle molds to make their signature Italian-sorbetto pops. Always changing with the seasons, the flavors of these hand-crafted popsicles are in constant rotation, ranging from classics such as strawberry and pear to cocktail-inspired creations that include margarita and mojito. For special occasions, patrons can solicit chefs to create customized popsicles for groups of 35 or more brain-freeze hopefuls.

150 NE 1st Ave.
Miami,
FL
US