1. Carol Lee Donut Shop, Blacksburg
2. Sweet Haus, Charlottesville
843 West Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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Sweet Haus has the best cupcakes around and a huge selection of candies. If you’re trying to be good and only have one cupcake, the most popular are the black eyed Susans and cookie dough cupcakes!
3. Paul’s Bakery, Fredericksburg
2008 Lafayette Boulevard, Fredericksburg, Virginia
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This old fashioned donut shop is a staple for early morning commuters to stop in for a cup of coffee and delicious treats. Paul’s Bakery features everything from cupcakes, birthday cakes, cookies, pastries, and pies. Paul’s has been family owned and operated since 1973 making it the longest family owned and operated bakery in Fredericksburg!
4. Extraordinary Cupcakes, Williamsburg
5. Montana Plains Bakery, Lynchburg
4925 Boonsborro Rd., Lynchburg, Virginia 24503
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Montana Plains is a full service cafe with soups, salads, sandwiches, coffee and of course wonderful baked goods!
6. Proper Pie Co., Richmond
2505 East Broad Street #100, Richmond, Virginia 23223
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Proper Pie Co. makes some beautiful fruit pies and savory delights as well like steak & blue cheese!
7. Bubblecake, Roanoke
2 LOCATIONS in Roanoke, Virginia
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Bubblecake has adorably delicious cupcakes like raspberry creme brulee as well as their new personal pies. They’re so cute!
8. The Cupcake Company, Penn Laird
9. Just Cupcakes, Virginia Beach
10. Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats, DC
1370 Park Rd NW, Washington, District of Columbia
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While Traditional pies are available, Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats has these sweet little hand pies. It’s all the goods of a warm pie wrapped up in an easily carried pocket.
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