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Now, what if we told you that you could have a cake in your fridge whenever you please, with practically no effort required on your end, thanks to modern technologies such as expedited shipping?

We've rounded up some of the very best bakeries and online cake delivery services to place an order—whether it's for a birthday, the foodie in your life , or just an excuse to make an average Tuesday feel a little extra special.

From rich German chocolate to sweet confetti, these deliverable desserts are instant crowd-pleasers. You'll find familiar spots like Magnolia Bakery and Junior's Cheesecake, plus buzzy finds like Milk Bar and Gigi's Little Kitchen for all occasions and palates.

Celebrity baker Christina Tosi's Milk Bar may be single-handedly responsible for the "funfetti" revival and the rise of "naked" cakes, and one bite of their famed Birthday Cake will show you why.

When you need a treat that tastes just like your grandma's recipe, look no further. Based in Spartanburg, South Carolina, this bakery's classic southern recipes—including their signature 7 Layer Caramel Cake, traditional red velvet cake, and Coconut Cloud cake—have made it a favorite of locals and celebrities alike.

This specialty cooking and food shop makes ordering a cake from some of the U. Shops like We Take the Cake, Georgetown Cupcake, and Flour Shop are all available to order from. Williams-Sonoma also offers their own in-house options, including Three-Layer Millionaire Cake, a cake-style tiramisu, molten cakes, and other seasonal styles.

Sex and the City made this NYC bakery famous for their cupcakes, but the bakery offers a wide variety of options, including full-sized layer cakes, flourless cakes, and, of course, their famous banana pudding. When you just really want a slice of chocolate cake, this is the spot to order from.

Feeling French? Try one of Japanese-French bakery Lady M's famous Mille Crêpes cakes, each made with twenty ultra-thin, flawless crepes layered with pastry cream and topped with a subtle brûlée, a dusting of matcha, or a flourish of fruit.

They're surprisingly light and unsurprisingly yummy. This online food purveyor is a one-stop shop for holidays, celebrations, gifts, and everyday needs, so naturally cake is part of their repertoire as well.

Turn to them for everything from festive birthday cakes to noshable cake bites. The iconic Junior's has been a New York staple for 70 years, and now you can get a taste of the Big Apple delivered to your door wherever you are with one of their signature spongecake-crusted cheesecakes. Karma Baker is on a mission to prove that allergy- and vegan-friendly treats don't have to taste like, well, nothing.

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Sign Into Your Account Log in. Hopefully, every one of them will be back, and soon. And we'll get better at everything in time. For now, there is much to get out there and celebrate, even if we do so with masks on. While compiling this list, a great deal of attention was paid to the newer bakeries, typically the ones that have had the benefit of a few years on the job, during which they had hopefully been able to make themselves indispensable.

Then again, good baking wasn't invented yesterday, so we also aimed to be mindful of the greats that got us to where we are now, so long as they are still inspiring us today, almost as much as, if not more, than they did back then.

Also, nearly all Americans eat bread and pastry, and for this list to be worthwhile, it had to accurately reflect America, rather than one, a relatively small segment of our baking culture. There was no automatic bias against larger operations, either, but the question was always asked — is this unique?

Is the work still important? At any age, and at any size, we wanted the places that feel and act as if they matter, deeply, to their regional food heritage, and to their communities, disregarding entirely their decision to stay open or shut down, during this most difficult moment.

To avoid confusion, we've noted the places on the list that are temporarily closed. And so, here, a generously-sized sampling of the best of the old and new, a glimpse of what makes America's wildly diverse baking culture so exciting, even right now. Casually capturing the energy of a modern French boulangerie with a studied but not too closely simplicity, quality workmanship, and daily inventory that can disappear quite quickly, this curiously magnetic sliver of Over-The-Rhine storefront deserves to be one of your first stops in Cincinnati.

Great for joy-sparking retro desserts, precise croissants, colorful macarons, and lively all-day energy, this student-run bakery at the Culinary Institute of America has long been the perfect place to watch the country's next top pastry chefs in action.

A recent expansion has only cemented its status as one of the best hangs on campus. Temporarily closed. Long ago saturated with good bread options, Iliana Berkowitz has lately been reminding the Bay Area that there's always room for one more pro.

Get your happy hands on a loaf of the perfectly formed, generously shellacked challah; the simply classic baguette is a work of everyday beauty. In a city where some better-known bakeries have painted themselves into corners trying to do and have it all, Armando Locayo content himself with doing just a few things, very well.

As in croissants, for starters, the available everywhere and, typically, much better here kouign amann, and one of the city's finest morning buns. Back in the s, closing up shop and leaving Detroit was a lot more fashionable than the opposite, but Ann Perrault and Jackie Victor took a chance, and they're still there today, plying you with Leelanau cherry bread, crunchy with walnuts.

Currently wholesale only. Ever wonder what Samoas — only the best Girl Scout cookie ever, let's not fight — would be like if they were caked? Pastry chef-turned-bakery owner Aya Fukai went there, and the results are incredible. Brown butter, chocolate, dulce de leche buttercream, toasted coconut, and the requisite drizzle of chocolate add up to one of the most smile-making sweets in Chicago right now.

For nearly two decades, Cheryl and Griff Day have been turning out some of the South's finest biscuits and cakes and pies and what have you in a part of town that needed the sort of respite the bakery has so faithfully provided.

Some of the best mornings in Savannah start here. Those playful, snail-shaped scones at Kim Boyce's precision-oriented operation stand out for their creativity and their deliciousness , but it's almost impossible to go wrong here — an absolute standout in a city embarrassed with riches, so maybe don't tell the food tourist crowds.

Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandell met working for Thomas Keller in California's wine country , which explains the sunny Cal-French energy and excellent pastry work at their mini-chain of bakeries scattered around town.

Try the tarts, macarons, or one of the best croissants in Texas. Smartly-priced baguettes and all the bread, come to think of it at the next-door offshoot of the fabled, still-got-it brasserie are some of the most desirable in New York. A retail outlet at the wholesale bakery, located over the George Washington Bridge, is the commuter's secret weapon.

There are all sorts of fascinating things you probably don't know about Arizona yet, and one of them is that the state has its own heirloom grain traditions going back as far as the s. Don Guerra, who started out baking in his garage before becoming Tucson's high priest of the pan, is on a mission to revive them; he's also baking some of the Southwest's most exciting bread.

You will come to the beautiful Door Peninsula, and then you will keep driving and driving and driving, through some of the Midwest's best-loved countryside, and then, finally, after all the other cherry pie come-ons, you will find yourself at the humble home of one of the very best in the state, the one with the lardy crust.

Bea's Ho-Made has been an essential part of the Door County experience for roughly half a century. Beiler's Bakery is probably the second most famous Pennsylvania Dutch bakery the first being Martin's, home of those potato rolls , thanks to a flagship location just inside the Reading Terminal Market.

Get a simple, affordable taste of a very specific style of baking, one that Philadelphians can't get enough of. Much like the market, the Beiler's donut stands across the aisle and is kind of a national treasure. Michelle Vernier's lovely tribute to the classic pepperoni roll might not be thoroughly authentic, but you'll find yourself wanting it again and again.

That's become something of a theme at this standout modern Italian-American bakery — if there's sfogliatelle, or rainbow cookies, snap them up before somebody else does. Back in Before Times, when West Coasters were standing in line for hours to try Japanese-style cheesecake, instead of a gallon of milk and some hand soap at the supermarket, lucky dessert-havers in Ohio's capital city had unfettered access to one of the finest examples of the genre this side of the Pacific — wonderfully light, but never too light, and packed with flavor.

If you live nearby and are not in the habit of keeping their classic milk bread on your kitchen counter for casual, everyday use, it's never too late to do the right thing.

The littler Portland already had more great bakeries than a city of 65, deserved, not that we're mad, but right out of the gate in , Paris-trained Chris Deutsch and Amy Fuller made a name for themselves by doing what so many bakeries do not, which is being good at everything, from pastry to bread to some of the nicest pizza in town.

The Danish Kringle is a Wisconsin thing more than a Denmark thing sorry to Denmark, honestly. Butter-rich and filled with everything from almond to cherry to pecan, these wax paper-wrapped rings are a common sight on kitchen tables throughout the region.

This standout source has been at it since the s. Looking for the very best croissants and baguettes in New York? For almost a decade, Zachary Golper's have been considered top-of-the-list material, and for good reason.

All of his bread is excellent, and typically excellent value, as well; if available, snag yourself that rye ficelle, and vow to never eat supermarket rye again. One of the coolest things about one of the most happening bakeries in the country happens mostly behind the scenes — from the start, back in , co-founder Fulton Forde wanted the finest grains only, regional if possible, milled right on the premises.

Not only is the latter happening for the majority of their bread flour, but Forde also partnered with New England major player Andrew Heyn on a project to build mills from Vermont granite, which have been shipped to bakeries all over the world.

Even at the height of the pandemic, this exciting recent addition to the Twin Cities scene was strictly waiting-list only for would-be subscribers, who are able to get all the bread they can eat delivered, and always by bike.

A newly-opened Saint Paul storefront is closed for now, but the bread is still the bread, made with locally-milled Minnesota grains. With any luck, you'll get your hands on some.

Daniel Leader's ahead-of-the-pack operation firing up in the early s, a very different time for bread in New York began with one wood-fired oven in the Catskills. The bread is the same today as it has been for decades: still wood-fired and baked in a certified organic bakery.

You can find it at many New York City greenmarkets, but a leisurely drive up the Hudson River to the Kingston flagship is a recipe for a good time. Essentially ground zero for the American grain revolution, Washington's Skagit Valley is home to numerous small growers, one of the country's most exciting mills, Cairnspring, and the important behind-the-scenes Washington State University Bread Lab.

There's no loaf east of La Brea more sought-after than, well, just about anything people can get their hands on these days, from this serious bread bakery that has managed to become a household name without even hanging out a shingle.

This is something they fully intend on doing, finally, once the storm passes. Ayako Kurakawa has quickly gained a sizable following — both online and in real life — for her delicate opera cakes, Insta-worthy tarts, and terribly creative pastries; you could walk past her bite-sized Dumbo shop for years and not know what you're missing — please, do not be like this.

Temporarily closed but available for pickup, delivery, and shipping online. It's Saturday morning in the New York City suburbs. Do you know where your crumb cakes are? Because if you don't, you'll be waiting in a long line with everybody else who forgot, and ideally you will do so at this nearly-century-old institution.

What makes a crumb cake in this part of the world special? Think more crumb than cake — the barely-there footer typically functions, and only adequately so, as a conveyance for so much delicious streusel. Temporarily closed but available on Goldbelly.

Bread-loving Americans owe a debt to this worker-owned cooperative, a very early player on the modern bread scene. Opened in , they would later inspire the well-loved and also worker-owned network of community-minded Arizmendi bakeries, located throughout the Bay Area.

The pizza of the day here, dipped in the sparkling-bright house salsa verde, is essential to Berkeley. Yes, they would, it turned out.

Blair Marvin and Andrew Heyn are more than the faces behind the preferred bread of Vermont's wild, wonderful Northeast Kingdom; the couple is founding members of the Skagit Valley, Washington-based Bread Lab Collective, a growing group of bread people pledging to offer quality, good-for-you bread at a price that remains accessible to everyone.

Heyn heads up the New American Stone Mill project, which builds high-quality grain mills for bakers around the world. South Philly isn't exactly short on bakeries — you've got Italian, Mexican, Vietnamese, and a few more we're probably missing. What this side of town definitely did not have, however, was a cute little mod-Jewish outfit run by a South African expat, and Tova du Plessis was only too happy to fix this, just a few years back, and now we forget what life was like in Philadelphia before her apple cake, that babka, and loaves of challah fragrant with za'atar.

Pie queen Nicole Rucker's bit of reasonably-priced honey chess wizardry for Whole Foods last year was such a marvelous thing while it lasted — the same could be said for her much-missed Los Angeles bakery and restaurant, Fiona. These days, she's been popping up inside the city's historic Grand Central Market, while kickstarting her way to a permanent stall, which we've filed under H for Hopefully Later This Summer, along with so many other things.

Home of the kaya sticky buns we never knew we needed, some very pretty pastis de nata, plus also those one-of-a-kind ube bars, the destination-worthy offshoot of the award-winning Fat Rice, Chicago's favorite and we're just spitballing here, but probably only Macanese restaurant will still be one of our favorite reasons to venture out to Logan Square, once all this is over.

People like to talk about the sticky buns, and that's great stuff, but for us, the love affair began with a big slice of Joanne Chang's Boston Cream Pie, rich with cream and enrobed in chocolate ganache, scarfed down in the middle of the afternoon after an exceptionally long train ride from someplace without Boston Cream Pie, and therefore inconsequential and not worth mentioning.

Few bakeries are able to scale up like this and still win almost everyone over. The anise-scented biscochitos, one of New Mexico's favorite treats, are a highlight at this Old Town institution, run by father-and-son duo Pratt Morales and Chris Morales.

But it's the bread, specifically the green chile bread, that is everything you want from a bakery in New Mexico and will have you going out of your way to getting here. If Arturo Enciso's kouign amann, made wholly unique with the addition of house-milled blue corn masa to the naturally-leavened pastry dough, doesn't have you pointing the car toward his two-story wood frame home near downtown Long Beach, everything else will — think polverones made with California-grown walnuts, of course , spelled flour biscuits, and gorgeous fresh fruit galettes.

Plus, of course, the bread — the drive may be long, but this might be our favorite Los Angeles baguette right now. Mainers, kindly take it up directly with Pennsylvania, because we're very much not here to get in the middle of debates over who invented the whoopie pie. Instead, let's talk about the annual Whoopie Pie Festival, held normally each September here in Lancaster, specifically at this farm and inn and very popular smorgasbord, where they bake up some of the best little pies in the county starting with classic chocolate, and sell them all year round.

After proving themselves indispensable to Chicagoland bread lovers, Ellen King and Julie Matthei have moved to more spacious digs, a project scheduled for completion smack in the middle of the you guessed it!

They've still managed to find time to participate in the worthy Neighbor Loaf program, a donation-driven project bringing fresh, high-quality bread to food banks throughout the Midwest.

Chunky English muffins and handsome sourdough bread take their place alongside jalapeño cream cheese croissants and PBJ cookies at this vital training ground for the world's largest gang rehabilitation project, making Los Angeles a better place for three decades and counting.

Rusks for your breakfast, boterkoek for any time, and those unwieldy pastry letters, just for fun — could we be anymore Dutch, and still be out here in the middle of Iowa? Yes, we could, thanks for asking — that windmill down the block, the one surrounded by tulips every spring, isn't just a pretty face; they're down there milling flour for bread, sold at the bakery for a couple of bucks like it's no big deal.

Those who know will drive for hours to get here for the bars, muffins, bread, cookies, and, of course, the homemade jams; this seasonal operation is every bit as essential to the food culture of the rugged Keweenaw Peninsula as rutebaga-stuffed pasties and cardamom-scented nisu bread.

Your purchase supports the group of Byzantine Catholic monks who've made one of the most remote places in the Midwest their year-round home.

Is Idaho, in fact, home to some of America's finest challah? We're just asking questions, people — since , Moshit Mizrachi-Gabbitas has been wowing the locals in Boise, who have been overheard swearing that the Israeli expat's skills are Paris-worthy, or even better.

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The State Fair-flavored cake doughnuts, best ordered early and devoured while still toasty, are coated in sugar that crunches against the teeth like a warm day's answer to fresh snow. A year-old bakery got some new energy last year when Twin Cities restaurateur Peter Sebastian Mario's, Estelle took over the Burnsville strip-mall staple.

Since then, he's given it a refresh, adding vibrant colors and modern seating, and brought on pastry chef Emily Poole to revamp the menu with scratch-made doughs. But the classics are still there, including a ginormous apple fritter that employs real chunks of apple, a light touch of cinnamon, and just enough sweet vanilla glaze.

Until Glam Doll graced Minneapolis with its presence, the local doughnut community was notably devoid of rock 'n' roll. The bakery burst onto the scene with a feminist, rockabilly sense of style and a flavor lineup ready to knock our taste buds out.

Much has changed since , but not the Formica tables and glittery chandeliers inside this bakery. The Femme Fatale is one of the few flavors regularly available, and the doughnut is stuffed with raspberry curd until it threatens to overflow.

The adorable red heart perched atop the frosted vanilla exterior might make it look like a neat little snack, but things are going to get messy. Vegan version also available.

Valley Pastries in Golden Valley hadn't changed much since its founding — even when new owners came aboard nine years ago.

But this year it got a new name and a fresh coat of paint, touches to make things a little "funner," said co-owner Alex Loosbrock. In the case, you'll still find the legendary golden fried hand-cut doughnuts, and the signature item: giant, fluffy doughnut holes that fly out by the dozens on weekends.

What they fail to realize is that they're going to be doubling back three or four more times because they're so good. Mention of this Nokomis-area bakery conjures images of the neon Mel-O-Glaze sign that shines like a promise that delivers on every visit. Its hallmark?

The yeasty, pillowy raised glazed doughnuts coated in a crackling shell that carries a faint citrus flavor. The rest of the bakery, which has been a mainstay for more than 70 years, is decorated with joy: little cutout signs with jokes, chalk on the sidewalk, and a staff that always seems genuinely happy to see you.

Those who can't consume gluten can thank Molly Miller, who answered the call for inclusion in the bakery space. The result is Sift, a bright little bakery that churns out all the usual confections but makes them safe for those who need to avoid all flour, yet delicious for anyone who appreciate well-made sweets.

The proliferation of coffee shops that carry their baked doughnuts, frosted and bejeweled with sprinkles, means that even more Twin Cities fans get to enjoy the gluten-free goods. One of the cafe's biggest sellers started out as the solution to a problem: a kitchen that wasn't quite right for proofing yeast-based doughs had to turn out a cinnamon roll — a lifelong favorite of owner Dan Swenson-Klatt.

So instead of an ultra-fluffy bun, Butter's first baker, Amy Kovacs, developed a cinnamon roll made from biscuit dough. Soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside, the biscuit is swirled with cinnamon, cardamom and clove. It's smaller than your average Cinnabon-inspired roll, and far more sophisticated.

Shawn McKenzie, the James Beard-nominated pastry chef, would probably be the first to admit she's a perfectionist. The Cafe Cerés proprietor spent a decade perfecting her chocolate chip cookie recipe, a quest that started as "an obsession" back when she was around Crispy on the edges, soft on the outer layer and a little doughy in the middle," McKenzie said.

Well, she got it. And brown sugar was one of the keys. Then, her own special touch: tahini, which adds a nutty backbone and a taste of the Middle East that comes through in all of McKenzie's sublime pastries.

The term fika means taking a moment — to sit with company, sip a coffee and snack on a Swedish treat. The bakery case is filled with coffee-pairing confections, but the always-present kardemummabullar, or cardamom bun, is impossible to resist.

Unlike American-style cinnamon rolls, these bready twists — rolled up like a top knot on a ballerina, topped with a sprinkle of sugar — are filled with cardamom, a Scandinavian pantry staple.

Every neighborhood should be so lucky to have the charm of a bakery and cafe like the Finnish Bistro. The dining room possesses the same cozy feel as a stretched-out woolen sweater and a dog-eared novel that slides into a pocket.

Opened in , it boasts an expansive menu of soups, sandwiches, baked goods and an entire selection of Finnish dishes. Even with savory intentions, the stocked bakery case beckons, especially the tray stacked with kringler.

Finger-sized slices of the almond-filled, icing-crowned pastry are an excellent pairing with a cup of coffee and a leisurely visit with a friend or a good book.

Paul, finnishbistro. Anne Andrus first tried a morning bun when she was studying pastry in San Francisco. Ten years later, it's still on the menu.

Andrus uses a Danish dough, which is enriched with eggs and high-fat Hope Butter to get those soft yet flaky layers. Each one is rolled by hand, meaning no two look exactly the same — and customers love to select the one that's perfect for them.

Louis Park, honey-and-rye. An unassuming strip mall sets the stage for this rock star of local biscuitdom. Coleman's craggy-edged biscuits are the best kind of attainable joy, whether pried open and topped with a dollop of butter or as the building block of one of the Twin Cities' best breakfast sandwiches.

Coleman is also sharing the biscuit love, offering frozen bake-at-home biscuits and a mix, too. Paul, hothandspie. Marc Heu made a name for himself in French pastry.

Literally — his name is written in large block letters on the front of his expanded bakery and cafe in St. But the journey to get to that point medical school, working the family farm, culinary school and trendy New York bakeries was a long one.

His impeccable pastries never compromise on French technique, but he adds a twist of his own by celebrating the tropical fruits he grew up with in South America. There's no better example than his signature and bestselling passion fruit tart, which highlights the sweet-and-sour seedy fruit in a smooth filling for his ultra-buttery pastry shell.

Dale St. Paul, marcheuparis. Since the early '90s, Eat Street has been beguiled by the aromas emanating out of Marissa's Bakery — especially the cinnamon-sugar promise of fresh churros.

Owner Isidro Perez, a third-generation baker born in Mexico, named the bakery for his daughter. Over the years, as the neighborhood around it changed and restaurants came and went, Perez's recipes for fresh conchas, marranitos and bolillos have remained true to the bakery's origins.

And the churros — those long-lined wands of dough, fried crisp and dusted with the good stuff — continue to be one of the most affordable and beloved indulgences in the city.

Since , this darling shop has been a quintessential neighborhood bakery, carrying all the usual favorites, from fresh-baked bread to rows of cookies and some of the best sugared cake doughnuts around. But to miss the pie would be tragic. The family-owned shop, which changed hands in , carries a whole lineup of pies that are just sweet enough to satisfy those with a sweet tooth, but so balanced in their creation that all the ingredients sing.

Follow the seasons for rhubarb, triple berry or apple — each one is special and clearly crafted with love and a justly amount of butter. Johnson St. Pastry chef and owner Alicia Hinze delights in taking a dose of nostalgia and turning it into a modern baked treasure.

That fun is found in her cupcakes, specialty cakes, fabulous cinnamon rolls and the Twinkey. The oblong bit of cake looks unassuming on the outside, a bit like a similarly named treat by a corporate bakery. But the taste is everything simple and wondrous from the kitchen.

These single-serve cakes are piped full of cream, and they disappear with startlingly few bites. Order one with breakfast, and another to squirrel away for later. Paul; NE. Marshall St. Step inside and you'll find folks meeting up for coffee, paging through books to select a special-occasion cake or being mesmerized by the case stocked with all one could ever hope a bakery to carry.

Start with a bite of the angel food cake. Tall and spongy, the interior tastes like warm wishes while the exterior is wrapped in a whipped topping and adorned with glazed strawberry slices. The cafe is everything wonderful about the Powderhorn neighborhood it serves.

Brightly colored and filled with local art, it's a gathering spot for families and activists, and they're all enjoying the impressive selection of fresh-baked goods. Selections change often, but there's a superstition that it's impossible to have a bad day if their blueberry muffin makes an appearance.

Tall and positively stuffed with bursting purple berries, the batter is just sweet enough to imbue the day with optimism. One name comes to mind when talking about great cheesecake, and it's the bakery built by Tami Cabrera.

Muddy Paws is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and though it has put down roots in several spots during that time, it has been consistent when it comes to cheesecake creativity.

Now based in St. Louis Park, there's an always-rotating list of 25 flavors available by the slice for walk-ins, and more than flavors available to order.

While we love the banoffee banana and toffee or pink lemonade, the classic New York showcases these cheesecakes' light airiness, tangy middle and butter-laced crust. Louis Park, muddypawscheesecake. How about a big, crunchy salad or a fully loaded baked potato? Ope, it's cake. A bucket of buttered popcorn or a melting ice cream cone?

Both cake. These two suburban cupcake shops do not hold back come April 1, with lineups of silly prank cupcakes that turn frosting into realistic designs of something else entirely. The one that started it all, however, is the Unicorn Poop, with a hand-rolled candy rainbow swirl on top.

The shops' whimsy is the handiwork of founder Abby Jimenez, who's also a bestselling romance novelist and Food Network competitor. Don't wait until April, though; the cakes are delicious all year long. Prices vary; Fountains Dr. This year-old E.

Lake Street bakery trades in the art of cake, with its tiered celebration cakes enrobed in fondant for a baby shower, wedding or quinceañera — and its signature, scratch-made tres leches, slices of which can turn any day into a celebration.

The airy vanilla sponge cake sandwiches a layer of strawberry filling, chunky with fresh fruit. It's soaked in a pool of three milks, and topped with a marshmallow fluff-like frosting.

The cake is moist, sugared bliss that straddles but never crosses the line into cloying. Everything about it says "party. Lake St.

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