I was truly excited about going to SweetArt because I had seen a story on them and had read about them. However my excitement quickly left due to the fact that I was not greeted when I came into the establishment. As a matter of fact the owner and her husband made no effort to be welcoming. The atmosphere unfortunately gave me the impression that you had to be a part of a special clique if you wished to be treated in an appropriate manner. While the cupcakes were good the expeerience truly left a bad taste in my mouth.
Best Cupcakes - 2009
Cupcakes are good for you. OK, well, maybe not as good as a plateful of kale, but SweetArt uses no mixes, no trans fats and no high-fructose corn syrup, so you've got that going for you. And make no mistake: SweetArt's 'cakes taste every bit as sinful as their less-wholesome counterparts. From the Red Velvet to the Almond-Amaretto, from the Cookies and Cream to the Come-Hither Carrot, every offering leaves the mouth craving more. Other standouts: the Elvis (banana cake with chocolate filling and peanut-butter frosting, which led one customer to affirm that the King himself would still be alive if only he knew such a treat existed), and the decadent Fauxstess (SweetArt's high-concept take on a certain brand-name cream-filled snack cake). Stop in for happy hour on Tuesday or Wednesday, when you can buy two cupcakes and get a third free. Now that's a sweet deal!
This place has the best cupcakes ever!!!! There is something for everyone here. Their lunch items are also to die for as well. I went early one Saturday for cupcakes and stayed for a Sweetburger, the world's best veggie burger, and also picked up the best chocolate chip cookies ever created. It's called the Maine Event and boy they aren't lying. It and everything else their is phenomenal!!!