Deprived of nourishment in the womb by stronger, full-size cakes, cupcakes have overcome their physical shortcomings by maintaining dignity, even when covered in sprinkles. Give a high-five to the little guy with today’s Groupon: for $16, you get one dozen cupcakes at Confetti Cupcakes, located in historic downtown Issaquah. This quaint cupcakery uses all-natural ingredients to create cup-sized portions of frosted, buttery bliss. Time-honored favorites such as red velvet and carrot cake live harmoniously on the rotating menu beside pastry parvenus such as lemon coconut, s'mores, and maple bacon. Each one is paired with a complimentary frosting, and dedicated cake-smiths hammer out fresh batches throughout the day, ensuring every cup is more innocent than a kitten post-lobotomy.
- Vanilla, chocolate, red velvet and carrot cakes are the constants, with more cake flavors appearing throughout the week. Thank God it's Friday, time for lemon meringue cupcakes. Of course, that could all change if the baker gets a bee in her bonnet. This cupcake shop draws inspiration from "whatever sounds yummy!" – Seattle Weekly
- Confetti's presentation adds an extra pizazz that set's [sic] it above. The package of delicious flavors, great presentation, and pleasant customer service make me want to drive 45 minutes just to get another cupcake. – Oliver S., Yelp
When choosing the daily cupcake flavors at Confetti Cupcakes, the shop's bakers ask themselves one very important question: what sounds yummy? Depending on the day, they might whip up decadent chocolate mint cupcakes, light and refreshing lemon cupcakes, or rich red velvet cupcakes. Of course, if you happen to drop in on a national holiday, you might be in for a special treat. Confetti Cupcakes has been known to whip up specialty themed treats for holidays big and small; baking up pralines and cream cupcakes for Fat Tuesday, peanut butter and chocolate cupcakes for National Peanut Butter Lovers Day, and tuxedo cupcakes for National Dress Your Dessert in Formalwear Day.