Sin now open to the public

[ 0 ] April 12, 2012 |

Sin, known for it’s amazingly delicious and unusually creative cakes and deserts, located at 200 Allens Avenue in Providence,  has expanded their custom cake shop to include a retail outlet. Sin, is now offering coffee, morning pastries, small items and ready made cakes to pick up or to enjoy in their newly renovated space. We can’t wait to check it out person.

Jennifer Luxmoore, owner, said,“We’d been having a bunch of people stop in over the course of the last year, thinking that we were a traditional bakery, since we were only custom order, we didn’t have anything to give them. I hate to send people away without treats! So we started looking for a retail space, but didn’t find the right space. Everything was too big, too small or too expensive. Then late in 2011, I learned that the gallery space next to me was going to be open.”

Luxmoore remodeled the space to include seating, displays of their custom cakes, a coffee station, “We’re starting out small–a few items and a few flavors of each item–and we’ll expand as we get busier. We have a great Cheddar and Bacon Scone and Blueberry Muffin, Chocolate Chip Cookies baked fresh every morning, plus a different cookie every week. We started out with our favorite Chipotle Peanut Butter! Plus we have Whoopie Pies, cupcakes and brownies, and of course Coffee and Iced Coffee,” Luxmoore said”. The area also will serve as a tasting venue for wedding clients.

The Details:
Sin’s café
200 Allens Avenue (in the Conley Wharf building), Providence
Monday thru Friday 7-4
Saturdays 10-4

Category: community news, food + recipes, local ri area, parties

Anisa Raoof

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