Do you think of cake as a comfort food? The most important food group? The showpiece for your celebration? No matter what your thoughts are on cake, there is one thing everyone can agree on, it’s hard to be anything but happy when eating a slice. There is a reason bakeries are the cornerstone of many communities, cake is almost always present during successes, triumphs, special moments and milestones. Wicked Cakes of Savannah understands the importance of cake and has been creating delicious, beautiful cakes that create fond memories since 2015.
Read below to find out some fun facts about Sophie plus exciting news about their new location, the most popular cake and the sweet treat you might not have been aware of but must try immediately.
Wicked Cakes of Savannah | 38 Whitaker Street
Tell us a little about your new location and when you are planning to open?
The new location will be on the corner of Gaston and Montgomery Street, (466 Montgomery), and we plan to open February 2021.
Will there be any changes to the service at the new location?
No new changes. We will most likely keep our walk in hours Thursday-Saturday 10-5pm and available for pick up or delivery Tuesday-Saturday.
What is your most popular cake?
Our Triple Chocolate Cake is the most popular. This is a rich chocolate cake with a chocolate frosting and ganache drip. You can also find this cake and many others at our favorite local restaurants JThomas Kitchen on Wilmington Island, as well as, B Matthews Eatery and 5 Spot Habersham Village.
What do you love about Savannah?
We love Savannah’s spooky history. Our new building was built in 1928 and are so excited that we now own a piece of Savannah’s history.
Are you able to accommodate dietary restrictions?
Yes. We offer dairy free, vegan and gluten free options.
When people stop by your location what is the first thing they should try?
Pecan Bourbon bars! Our Pecan Bourbon Bars are one of our biggest sale items. We ship these in our gift tins nationwide!
What would you do if you only had one night to spend in Savannah?
Have dinner at one of Savannah’s many LOCAL restaurants and go on a ghost tour to learn about Savannahs rich history.