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twincitiesnewbie Mar 18, 2012 08:47 PM

Hi all,
I m looking for a bakery for a nice birthday cake.
I found online wuollet bakery, any other ideas?
Thank you all in advance!

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    Bobannon RE: twincitiesnewbie Mar 19, 2012 08:26 AM

    I think you can do better than Wuollet. What area of town are you looking for?

    If it were me, I'd order a birthday cake for 10 and just eat off of it for a few days. But if you really only want cake for 2, maybe you should consider Cupcakes? Then you can get whatever flavor you want. And my go to cupcake place is Cupcake on University.

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      docfood RE: Bobannon Mar 19, 2012 09:05 AM

      Go to Bravo Cafe and Bakery on Grand and Lexington in St Paul. Get cream puffs or a small cake for and consume over a few days. They make wonderful, fresh, whipped cream frosted cakes, not too sweet, filled with fresh fruit and decorated with fresh fruit. It is my fave.

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        twincitiesnewbie RE: docfood Mar 19, 2012 11:44 AM

        Thank you guys!
        I agree with you Bobannon...for 10 makes more sense..:)
        I checked bravo online..I think I ll check cupcake, it s much closer to where I live.
        Hope you re having a great day!

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      Quince RE: twincitiesnewbie Mar 19, 2012 03:54 PM

      Rustica sells cakes in four and six inch sizes, but they have a pretty limited selection of cakes at any given time. Still, it may be worth a look as the quality there is pretty high.

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