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soccermom13 | Dec 9, 201905:05 PM     3

I want to purchase a small cake from a bakery to take to a restaurant. It will be served after we eat to celebrate two major events in our family. I have checked with the restaurant and they allow cakes to be brought in. They charge a plate fee and that's fine with us. This is a very special event.

But I need some suggestions for where to purchase a small (enough to serve 4-6), delicious, high-quality, attractive cake. One option would be Cafe Latte in St. Paul. But I would love to have additional options.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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