The Sweet Divine

Food-truck fanatics likely have had a run-in with the Sweet Divine already. Ever since the mobile-meal trend exploded in St. Louis in 2010, owners Jenna and Jason Siebert have sold their sweets on the streets, filled order after order of elaborately decorated custom cakes, reigned victorious on the Food Network's Cupcake Wars and begun selling their winning flavors in signature pink cake boxes at Straub's. The Sieberts recently shut the doors at their Southtown headquarters and reopened larger digs in the heart of Soulard. Now farmers'-market shoppers can mosey over for espresso, cookies, pie and cupcakes in flavors like the award-winning "Drunken Pig" (made with Newcastle beer, cheddar cheese and bacon). Ice cream cupcakes recently made their way onto the menu, stuffed with cold dairy and frosted in sprinkled vanilla buttercream.

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