Attention All Customers!
Please note all of the following dates for Hoilday Hours & Closings.
Closed April 1st & 2nd
Closed May 27th & 28th
Closed July 4th
Closed September 2nd & 3rd
Closed November 22nd thru November 25th
Closing 2 PM December 22nd Closed December 23rd – January 1st – Reopen January 2nd
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are your hours? Are you open on holidays?
We are open Monday through Friday 9 am – 5:30 pm,
Saturdays 9 am – 4:30 pm
Because we are not open on all holidays, it is best to call in advance and listen to the recording before heading to The Kake Korner.
How far in advance do I need to order my cake?
It is never too early to book your cake. At least 7 to 10 days notice is required for all custom cakes. Five days is a rush on all items and may incur additional fee.
Need a great cake at the last minute? No worries! We have ready-made cakes available every day – our “Grab and Goes”! First come, first served – walk right in!
Do I need an appointment for tasting or consultation?
No, you do not need an appointment for consultations or tastings.
Tastings and consultations are held all day, everyday at anytime and free of charge -no appointment needed – but please come prepared with pictures, guest count and budget.
Can I get a cake at the last minute?
Assorted cakes and cupcakes are available daily for quick pick up.
(first come, first serve, walk-in basis only)
What kind of cakes do you make?
We can do anything!
If you have a vision, we can make it happen.
Click here to see some samples of cakes we’ve created
Do you make anything other than cakes and cupcake?
YES! We also offer assorted cakes and cupcakes.
How much do your cakes cost? Will I need to sell my first born?
Our custom made cakes are priced individually based on the number of people you are serving and the intensity of the design.
We advise you to come in for a custom quote and encourage bringing pictures or drawings with you.
How do I store my cake before and after cutting it?
Unless you are not going to eat the cake for an extended period time, there is no need to refrigerate your cake.
After you pick up your cake, let it sit out at room temperature until it’s time to cut and serve.
If there is any left after serving, which there seldom is, wrap the rest with saran wrap or put the pieces into an airtight container.
In the unlikely circumstance that no one has devoured it within a day, then you can refrigerate or freeze the rest.
Do you teach classes or do internships?
No, we do not have the staff or the time to offer classes.
We do not have an internship program.