Portland, OR

Bee's Cakes is "The Bee's Knees" For Elevated Cakes and Desserts

Michelle Jaqua

It's a bee cake!Source: Facebook

It was a good day when pastry chef of Rebecca "Bee" Powazek decided to strike on her own and open Bee's Cakes, a whimsical bakeshop specializing in wedding cakes and other delicious treats.

As we celebrate women-owned and run businesses this month; Bee's Cakes is the perfect story of a woman creating a livelihood to share her delicious treats, and is "passionate about cultivating community through joyful experiences."

Like many other small businesses, Bee's Cakes has scaled back during the pandemic. Powazek's business has been mostly "order and take away."

However, Bee's Cakes will be open on Saturday, March 12th, for a dine-in experience, from 9 am-3 pm, at her shop on 7137 NE Fremont Street Portland, OR 97213. Bee will have pastries and coffee waiting for you. Sit and chat with your spouse, best friend, or even your first date as you munch on a delicious delectable.

But that's not the best part!

Powazek has also concocted Girl Scout Cookie inspired treats, available for pre-order by March 10th. You have one day to pick them up; this Saturday, March 12th, at her shop.

Of her inspirations, she's offering Tagalog Cupcakes, Samoa Cakes and Cookies, and Thin Mint Brownies and Cupcakes. You can also pre-order Lemon-Up's Danish, Spumoni Cookies, Lemon Loafs, and Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies.

To pre-order, visit her website: Bee's Cakes.

Suppose you're thinking of having a wedding and haven't picked out your cake yet. Head over to Bee's Cakes website gallery and take a look at the beautiful details she does on her custom orders for couples. She strives to personalize your special day.

Bee's Cakes is only open for one day, March 12th, from 9 am-3 pm. Visit her shop at 7137 NE Fremont Street Portland, OR 97213. Don't miss it!

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Michelle Jaqua is a freelance writer who lives in the beautiful state of Oregon. She writes about a variety of news and happenings in the Pacific Northwest, along with some PNW history and fun facts. Subscribe to her page and get her posts in your email.


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