What You'll Get
Renowned baker Sir Max Elliot frequently preached, “Love cake, not war, because war is made with lemons, so you should make lemon cake.” Heed his tasty words of wisdom with today’s Groupon. For $5, you get $10 worth of baked goods at Three Tiers Contemporary Cakes and Cupcakes, located across the river in Bellevue. You can use your Groupon toward a special order of cakes, cookies, cheesecakes, and cupcakes, or just walk in and sample a varied selection of fluffy cup-miming cupcakes, also known as "fool's muffins" or "Schenectady Sliders."
In addition to attending culinary school, owner Angela Gallo achieved the rank of sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. Fusing military efficiency with an unmistakable passion for pastries, Angela has succeeded in developing a potent arsenal of baked goods that will barrage your taste buds into smile-induced surrender. Three Tiers carries a stockpile of standard-sized cupcakes ($1.95) as well as minis ($0.95, by order only) that come in scrumptious flavors like buttermilk with white-chocolate buttercream icing, and vanilla with caramel buttercream, chocolate sauce, caramel, and toasted coconut. Using only the freshest ingredients and imported Belgian chocolate, Three Tiers will be happy to bake expertly crafted creations for your special occasion, like a deliciously verbalized Scrabble board cake or an almost-too-cute-to-eat ladybug cake that will come to life if you allow tears to land on it.
Unlike the Macarena and catchphrases like "Now that's a phony Zamboni!" the palm-sized pleasures of a cupcake will never get old. If you’re looking for a cozy spot to sugar up, a bowl of unique ideas and flavors makes Three Tiers the place to go.
- The cupcake inspired by the girl scouts with the caramel, chocolate, toasted coconut, etc. is no exaggeration the best cupcake I've ever had! – Molly Horn, Facebook
- We had some of your red velvet and peppermint cupcakes at a party this weekend. They were excellent! – Tricia Laib Buckley, Facebook
- Everyone at the party raved about the cake. [Owner Angela Gallo] even put pineapple in the carrot cake, something I had never had before. It was delicious and everyone was talking about it. – Jennifer S., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 15, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Must call ahead to order anything other than cupcakes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.