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Yummy Cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery!

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Good news for all those with a sweet tooth … New York City’s Magnolia Bakery, renowned for its classic American desserts, has officially opened in Doha!

Magnolia Bakery is credited with launching the ‘cupcake craze’ but in fact serves over 120 varieties of handmade baked goods, including cupcakes, cakes, pies, cheesecakes, muffins and its world famous banana pudding. Everything is made from scratch in small batches throughout the day, using only the finest ingredients.

The Doha store will be tailored to the local market by using ingredients such as dates in their products. There will be several promotions throughout the year – first up is the launch of its outside catering services to businesses, event management companies and individuals.

The new bakery is located in Dar Al Salam Mall, Abu Hamour and will also have a savoury menu on offer. Find out more about their range of desserts and services on their website

Magnolia Bakery first opened in the West Village in 1996; in 2007, the bakery was sold to Steve and Tyra Abrams. Magnolia is committed to charitable outreach and donations and in the past five years, Magnolia has donated to nearly 650 charities on a regional, national and international level. No event is too large or too small for Magnolia Bakery: they offer deconstructed wedding cakes, personalised baby shower cupcakes, custom birthday cakes and on-site icing tables.

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