Have you found your way to For Heaven'S Cake, yet? If you haven't, you're missing out on why so many locals are raving about this spot and why so many people from out of town are making the pilgrimage just to grab a variety of fun cupcakes, drinks and more.
For Heaven'S Cake has a new location located on 56th and Summtivew in the old Starbucks/Newsroom building, next to Inkling's Bookshop. Perfect location.
Nice and roomy inside. Plenty of spots to enjoy your treat and/or drink both inside and outside with select seating for both. Or if you just want to get something to go, that's no problem at all as they can neatly box up your order in custom cupcake boxes so they're not all shifting and sliding around.
I swung by and bought a few different ones for my kids and I. I'm such a fan of cereal I just had to try the one with cereal on it. It was fun and tasted great.
Other creations feature candy and gummy worms sticking out of them. They had a peanut butter and jelly one that looked amazing. I'm gonna try that one next time. In the meantime, here's a few photos I snapped while I was there. These photos can only do it so much justice. You have to swing by and see (and taste) for yourself.
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