6 Bakeries and Shops to Order a Celebratory Cake in Rhode Island

Celebrate your next birthday, annviersary or special occasion with a cake from one of these local bakeries.
Cake jars from Whisk Me Away in Pawtucket.

Known for its dessert bar and custom cake shop, Sin creates sweets for every special occasion and just because. All the products are made from scratch, and owner Jennifer Luxmoore provides gluten free, vegan and eggless options for customers. Cake flavors and varieties number in the dozens, including chocolate bourbon, chocolate chip, coconut, Champagne, almond, red velvet and more, plus a list of customizable filling options intricately spun into the most amazing designs. They even made birthday cupcakes for Hocus Pocus 2 star Bette Midler and delivered them on set while the movie was being filmed in Providence. 1413 Westminster St., Providence, 369-8427, eatwicked.com

This vegan dessert shop elevates the dessert experience for all diets by providing tasty plant-based treats. The desserts are made from scratch daily and can be found at the brick and mortar dessert shop in Warwick Wednesday through Sunday. Some favorites include beautifully designed celebration cakes, layered cake jars, delicate French macarons and edible cookie dough-stuffed chocolate truffles. 901 Warwick Ave., Warwick, 787-4017, celebrated.co

Cakes by Eboni
Cakes by Eboni is Eboni Silva’s small, scratch-made Black-owned bakery serving Rhode Island and surrounding Massachusetts areas. Custom-designed cakes and treats can be made for any occasion in a variety of flavors. She creates sculpted cakes, uses fondant to feature themes and uses drip techniques, fresh flowers and berries to create beautiful designs. Orders must be placed by Thursdays for pickup on Saturdays between 3 and 4:30 p.m. 560 Mineral Spring Ave., unit 2-161, Pawtucket, 442-8084, cakesbyeboni.square.site

Sarcastic Sweets
Native Alaskan and Johnson and Wales University alumna Nina Reed’s mobile dessert shop and storefront offer a selection of sweets that are as unique as the woman who bakes them. Try the layered cake jars and infused cupcakes, which can be made with the flavors of cocktails like margarita, mudslide, Irish Car Bomb and more, plus wine- and beer-infused versions. Reed offers a range of gluten free, vegan and other allergy-sensitive dessert options. The food truck visits events in Rhode Island and the two-in-one storefront sells desserts and also hosts the Alaskan Treehouse Cafe with Alaskan specialties. 184 Taunton Ave., Seekonk, Mass., 508-336-5458; food truck, 368-5458, sarcasticsweet.com

Miss Vegan
Custom cakes are made with locally sourced and natural vegan ingredients using fun drip techniques and piles of sweets for whimsical designs. Miss Vegan’s flavors include confetti cookie dough, cannoli, brownie batter, Neapolitan and more, without using artificial colors or preservatives. They also sell birthday cakes, cannolis, taccolis (a cannoli/taco hybrid), cookies, doughnuts, pies and more. Everything made at the cruelty-free bakery is free of any animal products or bi-products. 304-6464, missvegan.com

Whisk Me Away
The weekly changing menu features cakes, desserts and pastries. See what’s baking on pastry chef Morgan Gray’s social media pages. Treats might include quick and easy cake orders that you can order on a whim through the Cake Shop, or maybe just a slice (birthday cake cheesecake, anyone?), plus lemon tarts, breakfast pastries and layered cake jars in a variety of flavors. You can also place a custom cake order with advance notice. The menu opens up on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and orders can be placed through Friday at 10 a.m. Pickups take place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. 560 Mineral Spring Ave., Unit 107A, Pawtucket, whiskmeawayri.com