Saint Cupcake Shutting, Locations to Become Quin and Portland Creamery, Say Employees

Quin will still offer cupcakes.


Food & Drink
Oh, the foodies do get to talking. A lot of rumors and different versions have been floating around surrounding the long-beloved Saint Cupcake's planned closing on December 31 of this year, in part because the situation isn't cut and dried. An Oregonian article about the closing—which was first rumored at—went up on their website, then disappeared from the site within ...   More
Monday, December 16, 2013 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Sniffle-Slayers: Can you cure a cold with a cupcake bakery's lollipop?


Food & Drink
Willamette Week’s office smells like Thera-Flu and Ricola. Tissues and cough drop wrappers litter the desks. Our kitchen cabinets are bereft of soup bowls. Yes, like many local businesses, the last two weeks have hit us hard. Having exhausted all remedies animal, vegetable and mineral, we were beginning to lose hope. Then, just this morning, we received a press release announcing that local ...   More
Thursday, January 24, 2013 by Mitch Lillie

Scoops' out for Summer: Day 27

Saint Cupcake

scoops out for summer logo

Food & Drink
Day 27 of our 31-day ice cream feast, we visit a cupcake shop that's getting into the ice cream business.Saint Cupcake3300 SE Belmont St., 235-0078; and 1138 Southwest Morrison St., 473-8760, per scoop: Sundae cups $3, push-it pops $3, ice cream sandwiches $4.Most popular flavor: Coco caramel push-it pops, smokey chocolate flake push-it pops, and Galore-e-o cookiewichesThe person ...   More
Friday, July 27, 2012 RUTH BROWN


Seven dudes pick Portland’s best cinnamon roll.

Food Reviews & Stories
It wasn’t Willamette Week’s intention to limit our taste-off of Portland’s best cinnamon rolls by gender. But by happenstance, only dudes—seven of ’em—came down to the conference room    More
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 WW Staff

Saint Cupcake Alder-Smoked Chocolate Chip Cookies

Food Reviews & Stories
The best dessert at Saint Cupcake’s big, new downtown digs ain’t a cupcake. It’s a nutty, smoky chocolate chip cookie ($3) that tastes like a campfire in a sugar forest. Yes, the adorable egg   More
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 KELLY CLARKE


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