In the center of City Centre near Yardhouse. It's a little hard to find since it's not on the most exposed side. But, just around the corner behind Red Mango and really not a bad space once you know where it is.
Sweet is not to be confused with Sweet Cupcakes that was featured on Cupcake Wars. They do more than cupcakes, they have macaroons and rock candy, coffee, and more to come, says Sandy.
So far I like the decor, rustic meets posh, love the combination of brick and wood, very cute.
cute little benches, plenty of seating in and out the cupcakery.
Very nice presentation and lots of choices from Red Velvet, Green Tea with Raspberry icing, Vanilla Bean, Peanut Butter (great idea!), Strawberry, and more...too many to remember. They were all very cute, presentation was great, I wanted to eat them all!
An explosion of cuteness in a very tasteful way.
And for your furry family members, how thoughtful!
I wanted a Lemon, but they ran out. At the recommendation of the owner Sandy, who was really nice, I got the strawberry. It smelled awesome! I thought it was really good. There were strawberries in the cake, you can see it in this picture through the cup. I thought the icing was good too. I thought it was pretty comparable to my favorite, Celebrity Cupcake's strawberry. I thought Celebrity Cupcake's icing tastes lighter. The cake taste about the same. The only thing I thought gave Celebrity a noticeable point over Sweet's was the presentation of the cupcake. This cupcake doesn't look as neat, don't you think? But, just to point out, the other cupcakes were really cute and prices are great at $3 a cupcake!
Just to prove a point on the location comment I made earlier, I was sitting on a bench with my girlfriend Rebecca and eating my cupcake and two girls walked up to me and asked me where I got the cupcake, I told them it was on the other side of Red Mango...case in point. I was very happy with my overall experience from the atmosphere, staff, owner, and product.