Cupcakes are everything great about full-size cakes but are smaller and come in a free wrapper, which looks like a tiny coffee filter and will make your desk smell like cake for two days. Appreciate the little things with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $17 for one dozen cupcakes in an assortment of up to four different flavors (a $30 value)
- $33 for two dozen cupcakes in an assortment of up to four different flavors (a $60 value)
Seasoned bakers scatter sprinkles and spread buttercream frosting atop the customers’ choices from four types of cupcake: vanilla with custard filling, chocolate with custard, marble with custard, or red velvet with cream-cheese frosting. Clients may choose filling-free plain cupcakes on request.
C'est Si Bon Bakery
Three sisters, Shakila, Shay, and Nirvana, spend family time at C'est Si Bon Bakery making a visually stunning and delicious array of wedding cakes, cupcakes, Persian cookies, and French pastries. Along with help from their parents, Sepi and Mark as well as their close-knit staff of long-time employees, the family conjures creamy chocolate mousse cups, delectable eclairs and napoleons, delicate chiffon opera cakes, nutty halva, and cupcakes customized with colorful decorations of buttercream frosting, custard fillings, and playful shapes. The bakers' well-honed dessert-making skills shine forth in their custom cakes, from multi-tired wedding cakes of smooth fondant and shiny sparkles to graduation cakes with frosting mortarboards and diplomas baked inside to baby-shower and birthday-themed cakes.
85% of 517 customers recommend
“Read fine print. Otherwise place is Delish!”
“I ordered the assortment, and the cupcakes were delicious. We had a party of fourteen and everyone raved about the cupcakes. They had the order ready and were very...”
“I ordered the assortment, and the cupcakes were delicious. We had a party of fourteen and everyone raved about the cupcakes. They had the order ready and were very helpful. I will definitely recommend.”
“The almond cup cake is awesome! ”