Crumbs Bake Shops Coming to Philadelphia

Publicly traded Crumbs Bake Shop (CRMB) is bringing its cupcakes to Philadelphia. The chain has more than 40 cupcake shops from coast to coast, mainly in New York and Los Angeles, and has plans to open 200 nationwide by 2014. Crumbs has zeroed in on its first Center City location but they won’t announce where till the lease is officially signed. In addition to Center City, the chain is also is looking into real estate in University City.

Crumbs cupcakes are four-inches tall, weigh six-ounces and cost about $3.75 each.

Crumbs Bake Shops [Official Site]
Crumbs Cake Shops About to Get Bigger [Newsweek]

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  • no

    And Baba Booey to all of you!

    Seriously, the Baba Booey cupcake at Crumbs is great.

  • donna

    Cool I like Crumbs, well just tried it for the first time a few months ago when in NYC.

  • required

    Do we really need another cupcake joint?

  • ENOC – Don Tanblock

    When we gonna get a primo bean pie joint? Sick of dragging my lazy ass up Broad St.

  • Julie

    Crumbs is not just another cupcake joint. It is a way of life. It separates the little girls from the women and inspires sonnets.
    Ok, it’s not that awesome, but those cakes are my favorite cupcakes on the planet. Ugh, I’m letting out my pants now as we speak.

  • Goober

    At least Crumbs seems to give more for your money. Most of the joints in town charge $3 for a regular size cupcake.

  • lilpit

    We absolutely DO have too many cupcake places, but that’s not bad news for Crumbs, which is actually good. It may be bad new, however, for some of the medicore joints in town.

  • Snake

    I haven’t eaten a cupcake since 5th grade when Moms were allowed to bring in food for bdays. I have no idea how this trend survives.

  • no

    Well, Snake, why don’t you, like, eat one and find out?