It's the moment we've all been waiting for...

A few months ago, I filled you in that Nothing Bundt Cakes would be opening its first Ocean County shop in the spring.  The time has come!

The shop's owner, Ava Hesse, shared that it'll be opening on April 1st in the What's Going there in Monmouth and Ocean Counties Facebook group!  Woohoo!  Nothing Bundt Cakes will be located in Hooper Commons at 1358 Hooper Avenue in Toms River.

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Some pics on the shop's Instagram page show the gorgeous transformation the store underwent.  Check out the countertop - it's looking amazing!

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The menu is also ready to go!  Ava even shared that the shop will be one of the first to feature the new menu, with exciting new flavors like Strawberries & Cream and Snickerdoodle!  Is your mouth watering yet?  I don't know about you, but I would love to sink my teeth into red velvet or confetti!

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Spring is also the perfect time for the shop to open, because holidays like Easter, Mothers Day, and Fathers Day are right around the corner, and you know cakes are definitely needed.

Check out the storefront!

Photo Credit: Ava Hesse
Photo Credit: Ava Hesse

Ava also shared cute pictures of the shop on Instagram, and showed off some of the other cute gifts Nothing Bundt Cakes will be selling, like coffee cups, birthday cards, wine glasses, and more.

Starting on Friday, you'll be able to visit Nothing Bundt Cakes from Monday-Saturday from 10 am - 6 pm.  The shop is closed on Sundays.

Best of luck to Ava and the Nothing Bundt Cakes Toms River team!

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