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What You'll Get
Cupcakes, like all baby versions of things, are smaller, cuter, and more tempting to nibble on. Indulge your maternal nibbling instincts with today's Groupon. For $9, you'll get a half-dozen original and creatively conceived cupcakes from The Cupcakery (an $18 value), a family-owned sweet shop with a focus on creative recipes and high-quality ingredients. Grab your choice of freshly harvested cakes at either the South Eastern Avenue or West Lake Mead Boulevard locations.
Unlike newborn farm animals, cupcakes remain adorable, well-behaved house pets who’ll never grow up to destroy your furniture. Devoted to decadent, fresh ingredients, The Cupcakery's bake staff crafts the celebrated cream-crested cakes by hand daily. Choose from more than 20 varieties, including seasonal and limited-edition flavors, to create a tasty six-pack. Like sharks swimming to stay alive, the expert buttercreamers at The Cupcakery churn, mix, and frost new recipes to satisfy a stream of hungry customers and celebrities, including Fergie, Lance Bass, and Avril Lavigne. Elvis aficionados will appreciate the Trip to Graceland, a chunky peanut-butter cake crested with creamy banana frosting, rolled in applewood-smoked bacon, and swirled with honey. Or keep it simple with the signature Tickle Me Pink, a classic white cake with pink buttercream frosting. Other options include Southern Belle (red velvet with cream-cheese frosting), Strawberry Lemonade, and Cherrylicious.
Serving cupcakes to your guests cuts down on dirty dishes and eliminates the shame of being the first one to cut into the cake. Instead of making a different cake to suit everyone's tastes, you can get a dozen different flavors for fickle friends, or firmly redefine adulthood with a cupcake-tasting party with a wine pairing for each scrumptious treat. Gone are the obnoxious protestations that a slice of cake is too big. Because cupcakes fit neatly into your hand, you'll be too consumed with the childlike delight of devouring the artful edibles to think about blown diets and foreign occupation.
- The Coco Frauline was amazing, especially for this devil's food cake-averse eater. It's a perfect companion for a cup of coffee, especially an iced version. – Cupcakes Take The Cake
Polarized Citysearchers give the snack shop 3.5 stars:
- The cream cheese frosting is delicious. I am a regular customer and everytime I go in there, the lovely lady at the counter always remembers my order and is very helpful. – Yojimbo321004, Citysearch
- The red velvet was to die for...I haven't tried a red velvet cake like this anywhere! Their chocolate passion was phenomenal too! The cakes were unbelievably moist! – hawaii702, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 2, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per customer. May buy multiple as gifts. Must redeem in single visit. Not valid with other offers. No cash back. Not valid at casino location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Cupcakery
Since 2005, the Las Vegas-based The Cupcakery's expert bakers have crafted nearly 40 innovative flavors. Their one constant? Well, besides everything always being delicious, they always use 100% fresh butter and cream cheese in their creations.
The Cupcakery's shortening-free selection caters to a pretty wide range of sweet teeth. If you're the mood for something elegant, try the champagne frosting that drenches the Kir Royale's raspberry cake. Want something a bit more refreshing? Look no further than the Grasshopper, a chocolate cake coated in mint-chocolate buttercream frosting. The baking crew is continuously experimenting, which explains their bizarre custom creations. Recent triumphs include tuxedoed cake pops, baby-shower assortments, and edible stilettos that offer much more support than real heels. Customers on any budget can also celebrate nuptials with a wedding cake, whether it be free from gluten or sugar. The Cupcakery will deliver to the entire Vegas valley.