The people have sampled, and the people have spoken. When it comes to a moist cupcake, one that satisfies and satiates, Scrumptious Baked Goods is the cupcake of choice.
By an overwhelming margin,—available at —finished ahead of several other businesses that offered cupcakes in Patch's search for the city's best cupcake.
In stories over the past two weeks about the cupcake challenge, Scrumptious Baked Goods was commonly the subject of comments. It not only dominated the debate, but the poll as well. It garnered 43 percent of the votes, with a wide margin of victory over second-place vote-getter , which came in with represented 15 percent of total votes cast.
In short, it was a frosting-covered landslide.
Here are a few of the sugary things Patch voters had to say about Scrumptious:
“My vote is Scrumptious Baked Goods! Hands down the BEST cupcakes ever,” wrote Cynthia Figeroa.
“Scrumptious has creative flavors and presentation can not be beat. Hands down the best cupcakes around. There is no other bakery I would use,” added Stephanie Helder.
Scrumptious Baked Goods is the business of Amy Reid, owner and head baker. She doesn't have a storefront, but you can walk into places such as Bogart’s and get a cupcake, which carries exotic offerings such as the Intoxicated Strawberry Margarita cupcake. However, orders can also be placed online at Reid's website. Scrumptious’ March cupcake flavor of the month is Supreme Pistachio. Cupcakes are sold in groups of six jumbo, 12 standard and 24 mini cupcakes at prices ranging from $14 to $26. Be forewarned, Scrumptious sells cookies, and their names alone will tempt you to join the cookie club.