Velvet Lane Cakes (and Café) “Where Dreams Come True”

Contributed by Sarah Cook. For me, the luxury of sitting in the gorgeous front window with a delicious cappuccino and a decadent cupcake was my dream come true on a beautiful March morning! The Spring Sunshine on my shoulders made me very happy -indeed.

Whether you’re turning 5 or 65, or somewhere in between, Danielle Issa co-founder of Velvet Lane Cakes has you covered. Have a birthday coming up, or planning a wedding or a big anniversary? Velvet Lane Cakes invites you to do a tasting of all the cakes flavours, from the refreshing raspberry lemon, to the rather indulgent ‘Chocoholic’!

This fanciful cake design studio & café is for everyone wishing to satisfy their sweet cravings and for every connoisseur of cake and cappuccinos. Danielle also offers in café classes, where you’ll learn to bake and to decorate your very own specialty cake. “We want to make all of your cake dreams come true and that’s what we know how to do best.” says Danielle co-owner with her sister Diana Johnson.

Stop in today at 194 Carlton St. (just west of Ontario St.) for a cupcake & café
You can contact Danielle at info@velvetlanecakes.com
Or call 416-262-4159
Check out their website at www.velvetlanecakes.com

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