Cupcakes have become fashionable in recent years due to their appearance on such popular shows as Livin' in the City and I'm a Celebrity Baker: Let Me See My Family. Get a trendy treat with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $17 for one dozen gourmet cupcakes (a $34 value)
- $7 for $15 worth of gourmet cupcakes and coffee
The menu changes each day, with a rotating selection of available treats. Bakers create single cupcakes ($3) or mini-cupcakes ($1.50) in flavors such as bananas foster, s’mores, salted caramel, and King cake, as well as cake pops ($2) and hot and cold drinks ($1.50–$2.50).
Sisters by marriage and self-proclaimed baking fanatics, Lauren and Lindsey Whittle inject a little flair of Beverly Hills into their southern cupcake enterprise. Each day brings new tastes, as the bakers create cupcakes from a rotating menu of flavors that change throughout the week. They create moist cake miniatures from Swiss chocolate and European butter, available in flavors such as red velvet, mint chocolate chip, and s’mores. The bakers conveniently present their cupcakes in full size or the eponymously named Whittle half size. When she's not hatching schemes for new flavors, sister Lauren Whittle competes as a local beauty queen and looks forward to celebratory baths of cake frosting when she wins.
90% of 146 customers recommend
“Prices are great, service very friendly, and cupcakes delicious!”
“I hosted a party and included the cupcakes I got from Cupcake Couture with my Groupon. Not only were they super helpful in helping me make my order (when I called and...”
“I hosted a party and included the cupcakes I got from Cupcake Couture with my Groupon. Not only were they super helpful in helping me make my order (when I called and changed pickup times, asked for a special color sprinkles on my order, etc.) but they were also a huge hit. We ordered the Salted Caramel Cupcakes and I had several people ask me where they came from. I resisted the urge to take credit :)”
“Great cupcakes...nice moist cake..will repeat business”