After being closed for six years, Crumbs bakery is making its triumphant return.
The chain, largely credited with starting the cupcake craze, announced Thursday that husband-and-wife co-founders Mia and Jason Bauer worked out a deal to revive the brand.
You can once again feast on flavors like Red Velvet, Squiggle, and Cookies and Cream by ordering through Crumbs’ website. The baked goods can be delivered nationwide. Cupcakes are available to order right now, and cookies will be added at a later date, according to the website.
New York locals will be able to order same-day delivery throughout Manhattan thanks to a partnership with REEF, North America’s largest operator of mobility real estate and delivery-only kitchens.
The brand’s cupcakes and cookies will also begin hitting grocery stores later this year, starting with New York locations.