Goodie Girls: Cupcake Wars Winner Annette Starbuck to Open L.A. Store

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Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 12:40 PM
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Los Angeles needs another cupcake shop like we need another stretch Humvee limo, but they keep littering the city, all the same. Goodie Girls, the first storefront from Cupcake Wars winner Annette Starbuck, opens November 20th in Glendale. She'll be offering over a dozen flavors including her signature variety, Pumpkin Pancakes, and her Cake Ups push pops.

The first 75 attendees who show up to the grand opening party (5-8 p.m., Nov. 20), will get a free Cake Up and a goodie bag.

Goodie Girls: 415 East Broadway #100, Glendale.

Elina Shatkin is a staff writer at LA Weekly. Follow her at @elinashatkin or contact her at eshatkin@laweekly.com.

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