El Paso Texas Cake Supply Stores And Bakeries?

Decorating By quilting2011 Updated 9 Feb 2010 , 1:09am by quilting2011

quilting2011 Posted 8 Feb 2010 , 3:57pm
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I will be visiting family in El Paso Texas. They live closer to Sunland Casino.

Is there an el Paso cake club?

Any cake supplies in El Paso, Las Cruces New Mexico to visit?


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ayerim979 Posted 8 Feb 2010 , 4:19pm
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Hey my aunt lives a block away from that casino icon_smile.gif

Ooh.......and I have no idea as far as cakesupplies but I will ask her if she know of ant (if i can get a hold of her she a busy lady)

davespeg Posted 8 Feb 2010 , 8:21pm
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I was in El Paso at Christmas There is a cake supply store that moved to central. I don't know if it's call Deluxe Cakes which is the only logo on the business card.
BUT the address is:
3029 Montana Ave, El Paso 79903. (5 points area)
915 566 5340
It was closed for that weekend, so I didn't get a chance to visit.
Hobby Lobby westside and east and Michaels have the standard Wilton.
There is another new cake supply store on Mesa (westside) but until I get a hold of my daughter, I can't tell you the name or any more of the location. She saw it and was suppose to stop in and let me know what they have.l HTH
Have fun.I miss E.P. icon_smile.gif

GL79 Posted 8 Feb 2010 , 8:41pm
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Hi vegancupcakes,
I live in Sunland Park, NM which is a minute away from El Paso. The one in central El Paso is called Candy's Cakes and its open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., it's located on 207 E. San Antonio Ave # 915-351-1744 the other location is on 800 Zaragoza #L #915-858-0222. For sure the one on central is closed on Sundays. In Las Cruces there's Create a Cake on 1117 N. Solano #575-525-2253 they also close at 6 and Mondays.

I would also like to know if there's any cake clubs in El Paso, or classes besided the Wilton classes.

Hope you have fun here in El Paso.

quilting2011 Posted 8 Feb 2010 , 8:52pm
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Thanks so much. I will be visiting my relative in March. My cousin lives near the casino and works on the base. Her husband is stationed in El Paso. They are closer to the casino and new outlet store.

My first time to El Paso, Texas. So far they plan to take me to try my luck at Sunland casino, and visit the Inn of the Mountain God Casino in Ruidoso, White Sands and Alamgordo, Shopping in Cloudcraft, downtown EL Paso, La Poste REstaurant and Mesilla, and the cake stores recommenend.

My cousin told me that their is not a cake decorating club in El Paso.

She was curious if any El Paso cc members are going to ICES San Diego.

GL79 Posted 8 Feb 2010 , 9:18pm
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I wouldn't waste my time shopping in central El Paso, unless you're looking for good bargains like curtains, comforter sets, purses and shoes oh and the cake supply store. As far as clothes it's ok, I prefer the mall. Defenitely go to White Sands, it's beautiful, you can go to downtown in Ruidoso if you like shopping at antiques and boutiques. Never been to Cloudcroft. There's the tramway in El Paso. Mesilla is a nice small historic town, there's antique, pottery, silver jewelry stores, but I'd rather eat at Cafe Don Felix, the food is more homemade, rather than La Posta. La Posta it's just an upscale restaurant.

quilting2011 Posted 9 Feb 2010 , 1:09am
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Thanks for your recommendations. I will try that restaurant.

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