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
- $15 for $30 worth of baked goods
- $25 for $50 worth of baked goods
Six- to 8-inch cakes such as the carrot cake ($28–$34) and the flourless chocolate-mousse cake with hazelnut crust ($30–$40) complement single-serving crème brûlée ($4.50), lime-strawberry mousses ($6), salads ($5.50–$11.50), and sandwiches ($3.75–12.50). See the full menu.
Duet Bakery Boutique
Handbags, backgammon boards, and hippopotamuses may not sound particularly appetizing, but in the hands of Duet Bakery Boutique’s chef, Diana Rodova, they become the unlikely themes of her delectable custom cakes. She tailors her designs to fit clients’ special requests while tempting taste buds with cake flavors ranging from chocolate to lemon chiffon. Beyond cakes, she whips up cupcakes, crème brûlée, and other sweet treats that add a climactic finish to meals, much like announcing to dinner guests that they’re all receiving a new car. For sensitive systems, Rodova can alter her dessert recipes to be lactose and gluten free.
Rodova complements her sweeter offerings with an array of hearty lunch staples, such as sandwiches, soups, and salads. Her bakery also stocks imported European chocolates, breads, and cheeses, which add a more glamorous international touch to the shop than a croissan’wich dispenser.