Mini’s Cupcakes, which opened late last year at La Encantada, is moving to a new spot at Casas Adobes Plaza, at Ina and Oracle roads.
Jaynie Rossi, who owns Mini’s Cupcakes and custom-cake store Ambrosia of Tucson, said she will close the original Mini’s Cupcakes location on Wednesday, June 30. She expects the new store—which will also sell regular-sized cakes made at Ambrosia—to open in early August.
La Encantada shoppers, however, won’t have to go long without their cupcake fix. Peter Sutter, the owner and operator of Red Velvet Cupcakery at 943 E. University Blvd., Suite 165, says he’s opening a location at La Encantada.
Sutter said he expects to have the new store open in early August. He said two additional stores are also opening in Washington D.C., where the original Red Velvet Cupcakery opened about two years ago.