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Bundt Cake-A-Holic Opens a New Storefront for Its Boozy, Adult-Themed Cakes

Stop by this weekend for freebies during the grand opening

Bundt Cake-A-Holic

Bundt Cake-A-Holic, the bakery responsible for bringing H-Town more than 100 different booze-infused bundt options, is now open in a new location on Ella Boulevard. The shop is known for making their cakes strong with liquor, moonshine, beer, and wine. That’s why owner Patty Morgan-Jackson coined the slogan, “Don’t bundt and drive.”

Bundt Cake-A-Holic’s cakes boast PG-13-rated names like “booty call,” made with peach moonshine; “lap dance” with peach Ciroc; and “side piece,” a strawberry margarita blend with Jose Cuervo and vodka. The monikers are contributions from patrons who have a chance to name new concoctions via Facebook.

Much like the adventurous names of the cakes’ themselves, the bakery is open to experimentation, trying out new flavor profiles and taking suggestions from clientele for new combinations on an ongoing basis.

In the new walk-in shop, Bundt Cake-A-Holic promises to offer 5-inch cakes as well as “bundt shots” and “mini bundt shots”, which are about the size of cupcakes and mini-cupcakes. There will be around 15 alcohol-infused options and 10 non-alcoholic options on hand at any given time. Look out for non-baked goods offered up by the shop as well, like gumbo, hamburgers and chicken.

The bakery also fulfills special orders, and owner Morgan-Jackson says they can do multi-tiered cakes featuring different flavors in each tier for weddings and special events. For those who have a few extra dollars to spend and want to impress their friends, splurge on the monster cake of up to 22 tiers.

Bundt Cake-A-Holic is located at 16940 Ella Blvd., Suite 109, and is celebrating its grand opening this Friday and Saturday with samples of its 100-plus flavors on offer. Regular hours are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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