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Poetry would be comprised entirely of haikus and sonnets dedicated to cakes and pastries if poets didn't devour their idyllic subjects before having a chance to write. Today's Groupon says what meter and rhythm cannot with $20 worth of cupcakes, savories, and more from Sweetness Bakery and Cafe in the Foster-Powell neighborhood for $10. Celebrate a victory in Candy Land with cupcakes, muffins, coffees, and hot breakfasts.
Sweetness Bakery and Cafe can calm the aggressive urges of your sweet tooth with cupcakes. Pick up a single small cupcake ($1.50) or experiment with genetically enhanced super cupcakes that grow to be as large as 10 inches in diameter and can serve 12–14 cake-eaters ($30). Full-sized cakes come in many flavors, such as lemon poppy seed, banana coconut, and peanut butter, and can be filled (raspberry jam, vanilla custard, chocolate mousse, and more) before receiving a sweet icing hairdo (orange, vanilla, cream cheese, chocolate ganache, and more). Sweetness Bakery and Cafe can also build you a custom cake for a special occasion when custom cakes are an absolute must, including weddings or celebrating a fifth-place finish in the office March Madness bracket pool.
Sweetness Bakery and Cafe also serves delicious breakfasts and lunchtime sandwiches. Begin your day with the curry scramble with roasted peppers, caramelized onions, and homefried potatoes ($8). Move on to a midday meal and bite your sandwich teeth into The Darlin', which unites house-made bread, turkey, bacon, cheddar, and avocado with honey mustard and mayo ($6.50) or The Fo-Po, which has salami, whole-grain mustard, mayo, roasted red peppers, swiss cheese, lettuce ($6.50).
- [The cupcakes] melted in my mouth, just the right amount of amazing frosting too. – cynthia, Portland Mercury reader
- …don't miss the savory pastries. A buttery roll filled and baked with pesto, cream cheese, and tomato is my favorite! – nightswimmer, Portland Mercury reader
- The quality of ingredients and the love put into everything they make is apparent as soon as you walk in the door and see all of their goodies on display. Fresh, beautiful, and amazing! This is what a local bakery should be. – katerocker33, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 3, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. Cake orders require 48-hour notice. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.