Before cupcake pans, personalized dessert portions were made by baking full-sized cakes and shrinking them in the dryer. Skip extra steps with today’s Groupon to The Divine Cupcake. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of organic cupcakes, espresso, and tea.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of event catering.
The rich aroma of hand-brewed coffee mingles with the scent of freshly baked dairy-free sweets as owners [Emily Downing-Moore and Thaddeus Moore](http://divinecupcake.com/About) at The Divine Cupcake turn organic, locally sourced ingredients into dozens of classic and creative [cupcake flavors](http://divinecupcake.com/Flavors) ($1.25–$3.50 each; $14–$38.50/dozen). Savor the autumnal flavors of the chocolate-chip-studded Electric Pumpkin cupcake, swirled with cinnamon frosting, or heat up taste buds with the Thai Me Up, a peanut-curry-flavored cupcake topped with peanut-butter cream frosting beneath a dusting of ground chili peppers. The sweet-savvy staff can transform almost any flavor into a charming prince or a gluten-free treat, subtracted of its soy or sweetened with a sugar-free NuNaturals blend (mini $1.50–$3 each; $16.50–$33/dozen). Wandering Goat and Caffe Pacori [espressos](http://divinecupcake.com/Drinks) stream through a bamboo coffee filter into a preheated thermal urn, which saves flavor and keeps coffee steamy as munchers surf free WiFi while sitting in plush zebra-print seats or linger on the patio. The Divine Cupcake also provisions festivities with its desserts, accommodating both special dietary needs such as soy-free, nut-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free, and the universal desire to fall face-first into frosting. Eight to ten people can chow down on a giant cupcake cake ($25), and custom-iced sweets can be calibrated to accompany any size gathering.
1680 W 11th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon 97402Get Directions