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St. Petersburg can take a bite of fancy cupcakes

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St. Petersburg can take a bite of fancy cupcakes

The Cupcake Spot, an indulgent Tampa treatmaker, is expanding to downtown St. Petersburg.

This weekend, owner Nicole Rogers is doing a soft opening, offering 16 cupcake flavors every day. The treats sell for $2.75 each.

Popular sellers are the "Better Thans," as in better than (insert sin here), which is a dense chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting, and "Paint the Town Red Velvet."

The shop is at the Snell Building, 405 Central Ave. For more information, call (727) 825-0572.

St. Pete Beach

Corey Avenue home for weekend of fun

Corey Avenue will kick off Super Bowl weekend with Corey Avenue's "Celebrate Last Friday" on Friday.

From 5 to 8 p.m., local merchants will offer beer, wine and food samples, and there will be music and vendors. The event includes free parking and is hosted by the Corey Area Merchants Association.

Come back Saturday and Sunday for the 15th Annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Art & Craft Festival. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

Corey Avenue will turn into a living art gallery, housing the work of 200 artists and artisans. New to this year's event will be a Budweiser Beer Garden.

Corey Avenue is just off Gulf Boulevard in St. Pete Beach. For more information, call 727-366-2003.

St. Petersburg can take a bite of fancy cupcakes 01/24/09 [Last modified: Saturday, January 24, 2009 3:31am]
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