Tuesday, September 6, 2016

It's No Mistake: WOOPS! Bakeshop

Posted By on Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 3:25 PM

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Lookout Tucson, there is a new bakeshop in town and trust me, despite the name it's no mistake! 

WOOPS! (845 E. University Blvd.) originally comes from the busy streets of New York City, more specifically founded in 2012 with a small pop up shop in Bryant Park. Now, they have decided to take their dessert business southwest and chose Tucson as their prime location. The bakeshop opened its doors on University Blvd. near the UA campus just one week ago, and even in that short time, it is already stirring up a major buzz.

As the age of social media grows, WOOPS! bakery is capitalizing on two of social media's favorite things, food and decor. With twenty different flavors of macarons to chose from, it's any dessert lovers paradise. And, if that isn't enough to get you in the doors its aesthetically pleasing decor alone gives you enough reason just to stop in to take a peak. A sweet treat and a great photo, what could be better than that? 



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