Cakes And Shit

Fortitude Valley

Cakes and Shit are cooking up cupcakes with sass, as well as serving quality booze in their controversial cake nook down Bakery Lane.

The cake shop has an open frontage, with a few small tables for indulging inside. There’s a wall of cupcakes to admire on one wall and a huge fluorescent light on the other. 

Of course, the star of the menu is their personalised cupcakes, which can be created with whatever sassy one-liner you choose.

There’s also an abundance of non-sassy treats to indulge in – take your pick from their glass fronted cabinet.

From upside-down cakes to cheesecake, to brownies – Cakes and Shit does it all. It’s a licensed cake shop too, so you can sip on wine whilst tucking into your sassy cupcake.

Need to know – Cakes and Shit is located near public transport hubs.

Nice to know – Cakes and Shit is the partner business to The New Black, which is located out the front of Bakery Lane and connected to the cake store.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in March 2018.

By Zoe Kirby

Bakery Lane

694 Ann Street

Fortitude Valley

Mon-Thu 9-6*

Fri-Sat  9am-late*

Licensed

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694 Ann Street

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