Nobody loves cupcakes more than yours truly. I love making them, I love smelling them, I love looking at them, and I especially love eating them. When I heard that there was going to be a cupcake bar opening right down the street from me, I knew I had to go immediately!

Se7en Cupcakes and Martinis concept is almost quite self explanatory by the title of their restaurant: 7 cupcakes and 7 martinis named after the 7 deadly sins.

Lust: Red velvet martini/cupcake

Gluttony: Salted caramel martini/cupcake

Sloth: Lemon martini/cupcake

Wrath: Chocolate martini/cupcake

Envy: Strawberry martini/cupcake

Pride: Birthday cake martini/cupcake

I went with a friend on a Friday night after work and was extremely surprised to see only a handful of people surrounding the bar or sitting at tables. As I know it is a new restaurant, maybe enough people don’t know it exists yet. I hope so, because as soon as people taste these cupcakes, the place will be hopping. I had both a Wrath martini and cupcake. I’m a chocolate girl by nature and if there is chocolate on the menu, I refuse to pass it up.

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My friend indulged in Lust, since we’re both lacking a little love in our lives, and both cupcakes were divine. The icing delicious, but the cake a tad dry since it was so late in the day. I’m thinking they may have been sitting out for a good portion of the day. If we had come earlier, I’m sure they would have been beautifully moist (god, I hate that word but it’s the only one I could think of using!).

As more people discover this place, I’m sure there will be a line out the door to get their hands on those cupcakes and sin all night.


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