Blue Bird Bake Shop now open on Mondays

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The BBBS storefront at 3122 Corrine Drive. - PHOTO VIA BLUE BIRD BAKE SHOP
  • photo via Blue Bird Bake shop
  • The BBBS storefront at 3122 Corrine Drive.

It's true: The éminence grise of the Orlando cupcake trend, one of our O.C.s (original cupcakers), the bake shop that helped establish Audubon Park as foodie central, Blue Bird Bake Shop, will now be open seven days a week.

Buckeye cupcakes are a year-round special flavor. - PHOTO VIA BLUE BIRD BAKE SHOP
  • photo via Blue Bird Bake shop
  • Buckeye cupcakes are a year-round special flavor.
Lovers of the sugary indulgence – perhaps some of the people who voted them Best Cupcake in our 2013 Best of Orlando issue, and Best Bakery in both 2013 and 2014 – can enjoy Banana Remix, Tuxedo, or Chocolate Guinness cupcakes every day, with no service interruptions. Or, for those of us who don't have such a sweet tooth: cheddar-black pepper-chive or fennel-honey-golden raisin scones.



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