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The Cake Slice Imports Its Butter Cream Cakes From Reno in September

Cake-in-a-cup, cake bombs, and single slices debut soon

The Cake Slice owner Michelle Obenrader-Kitchen with one her 8 inch cake creations.
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A short walk from a previous Reno import, The Cake Slice will soon debut homemade butter cake creations on the westside.

Currently operating three bakeries across the Sparks and Reno region, operator Michelle Obenrader-Kitchen hopes to launch the first of four Las Vegas locations by September 16, with a second expansion already eyed for October.

Initially specializing in eight-inch butter cream cakes prepared with custom flavors, or 15 tried and tested combinations, the company’s shift to serving individual slices during the pandemic proved to be a huge success.

Replacing the 1,120-square-foot Little India Cuisine Halal at the intersection of Sahara Avenue and Durango Drive, The Cake Slice is a short walk from the very successful Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs breakfast and brunch restaurant.

The westside site provides a working kitchen, while the next local expansion will only require a counter-service storefront.

On the menu, pieces of cakes served in a cup or rolled into a “cake bomb,” plus individual slices including cookies and cream, “funfetti,” lemon blueberry, carrot and German chocolate.

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The Cake Slice

8465 W Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89117 Visit Website

Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs

9905 S Eastern Ave #100, Las Vegas, NV 89183 (702) 550-4993 Visit Website

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