$7 for $15 of Cakes, Cookies, and More at Freed's Bakery

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In a Nutshell

  • Renowned Vegas bakery
  • Featured on Food Network
  • Variety of handmade pastries

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Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. No cash back or credit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Until legislators legalize the construction of cake hotels with lickable icing walls, our pastry constructions will always fit in our pockets. Start a pocket megalopolis with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of baked confections at Freed's Bakery. Stop by either of Freed's two South Eastern Avenue locations and stalk the cookies, cakes, and cupcakes like a fiercely sugar-toothed saber-tooth tiger.

Freed's Bakery specializes in handsomely decorated delectables and customized cakes that range from festive Las Vegas–themed cakes to celebration-specific confections. Today's Groupon easily pays for a pound of Freed's fresh-baked cookies ($13.95 per pound); flavors include rocky-road bars, mint chocolate chip, and rainbow. Freed's also offers raspberry-rum cakes, strawberry shortcakes, and a Belgian-chocolate-and-whipped-cream piece of glory called Le Parisien by the slice ($3.75–$4.75). Or choose one of Freed's big and beautiful cupcakes ($2.25 each).

There's bound to be a turnover, Danish, coffee cake, muffin, or macaroon that harmonizes with your belly's natural frequency and creates a perfectly tasty, totally tuned, flour-and-sugar tone. Famous dessert folk including Sylvester Stallone, Cher, Johnny Carson, Hugh Hefner, Andre Agassi, and the famous golfer Tiger Woods have treated their taste buds to decadent delights from Freed's. Ms. Martha Stewart even mentioned the bakery in her Weddings magazine, and the Food Network has stopped by to capture the bakery's charm, accompanied by video cameras and a savory blend of Al Roker and Rachael Ray.

Reviews

Freed's bakery delights have been featured in Bon Appétit and Martha Stewart's Weddings. The New York Times has mentioned the bakery, and so have other publications. Readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal named Freed’s the Best Bakery of Las Vegas in 2009.

  • Buy a fresh pecan or cinnamon roll, or a hunk of one of their sheet-sized coffee cakes and pull up a chair out front. Relax for a while, and feel free to gloat over the soon-to-be dyspeptic crowds on the Strip, who are out there piling plates high with all-you-can-eat breakfasts. – Norman Kolpas, Bon Appétit

Seventy-eight percent of Urbanspooners like Freed’s Bakery. Yahoo! Local users and WeddingWire reviewers give it 4.5 stars; Insider Pagers reviewers give it four stars:

  • I have bought my granddaughters [sic] birthday cakes here for the last 3 years and plan to do again for her 4th birthday. They are the best cakes I have every [sic] had and so beautiful! – MeMe, Yahoo! Local
  • Freeds Bakery is the ultimate destination for anyone seeking the most original, beautiful and delicious cake in Las Vegas. Our 50th Anniversary wedding cake was a knockout. – Terri Rich, WeddingWire
  • I love love love this place. I have to tell you i [sic] have order [sic] several cakes from this place and they have never done me wrong…Go here you will not be disappointed ever. – Nicole B., Insider Pages

Customer Reviews

the Napolean wasnt very fresh
Dawn R. · May 17, 2012
Merchant Location Map
  1. 1

    Silverado Ranch

    9555 S Eastern Ave.

    Ste. 145

    Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

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  2. 2

    Paradise

    4780 S Eastern Ave.

    Las Vegas, Nevada 89119

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