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Free Robicelli’s Cupcakes in Lerner

Never too early to be thinking about Halloween props.

Live at Lerner has free cupcakes in the Lerner Piano Lounge. The culinary charity lasts from 12 till 2pm, but Bwog is highly skeptical that 500 cupcakes can last two hours. Temporary tattoos and foam lightning bolts will also be handed out. For more information, roll on over to the Live at Lerner facebook page.

For the uninitiated, Robicelli’s makes what some claim to be the best cupcakes in the city. They are available at Joe’s, in NoCo.

Apple peanut butter, cinnamon bun, tiramisu and duckwalk (??) cupcakes. Grease stains. Heaven.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous There are still cupcakes left as of now! Go get them!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Just had the duckwalk (vanilla, blueberry, and PORT). Weirdly awesome.

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