Enjoy Cupcakes will be opening soon in Santa Barbara
Monday, January 28, 2013 at 9:05AM
amber VanderVliet


Coming summer of 2013, Enjoy Cupcakes will have a second home in Santa Barbara.

We are ecstatic to share that Enjoy Cupcakes will be one of 17 independent merchants within the Santa Barbara Public Market (similar to Pike's Place in Seattle and the Ferry Building in San Francisco), located on the corner of West Chapala & Victoria streets.

The project is currently under constuction, but here is a rendering of what's to come...

Here’s a bit about the Santa Barbara Public Market from their facebook page … The Santa Barbara Public Market will be an important part of urban life in downtown Santa Barbara and a central place of exchange for commerce and community. The 15,300 square foot market will be comprised of artisan food and wine merchants showcasing Santa Barbara region farmers, wine makers and other providers of locally produced food. The very best regional and seasonal foods will be sold, including meats, poultry, seafood, cheese, fresh produce, flowers, bread and baked goods, olive oils, and other specialty items like chocolate and ice cream. An additional 8,000 square feet of commercial/retail space will complement the Public Market, bringing the total commercial/retail square footage to 23,300 square feet. The Santa Barbara Public Market is part of a mixed-use development that includes 37 residential condominium units.

Enjoy Cupcakes’ original location, nestled within Saarloos and Sons tasting “House”, will remain the same, continuing to offer the fun unique experience of pairing cupcakes with wine.

A special thank you to all of you that have supported our business over the past 4 years.  We have prayerfully and patiently waited for the right opportunity to grow Enjoy Cupcakes and are very excited for this unique project to come to life and to service you in Santa Barbara.

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