Nothing Bundt Cakes opening new spot on 4th Street

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Nothing Bundt Cakes is one of the most popular spots for sweets in the Tampa Bay region and its opening a new location in St. Petersburg at 2458 4th Street North. The bakery will celebrate its Grand Opening on December 4 from 9am-7pm.

20% of their sales from December 4 will benefit the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Institute for Brain Protection Sciences.

Guests can enjoy bite-sized bundtinis, custom tiered bundt cakes, bundtlet towers and more. Guests can choose from a variety of flavors including red velvet, pecan praline marble, white chocolate raspberry, and chocolate chocolate chip.

New cake spot on 4th Street North

There are several Nothing Bundt Cake locations across the Tampa Bay region.

The concept was founded by Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz. In 1997, they joined forces, or better yet kitchens, to make cakes for their friends and family. The cakes they made earned the notoriety in their circles and beyond. As a result, their friends and family asked them to entertain more and more.

They quickly realized this side project of theirs could be something more. There was a gap in the world for delicious cakes, readily available, that didn’t compromise on their ingredients. Real eggs, butter and cream cheese; nothing was too good to achieve perfection. And perfection is that decadent, slowly melting bite of cake we all know and love.

Building bundt towers

Flash forward and the Nothing Bundt Cakes brand has grown nationwide. Built on Dena and Debbie’s vision, each bakery still has the warmth and nostalgia of its home-kitchen roots, but they also take a modern approach for the world today.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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