Bake’n Babes officially opens at Armature Works in Tampa Heights

Photo of two massive dessert brownies and milkshakes

Bake’n Babes has officially opened its new spot at Armature Works in Tampa Heights — let’s celebrate. The massive concept along the Tampa Riverwalk is replete with local foodie options, and just recently added Muchachas, a restaurant concept from the owners of Empamamas.

“We will be opening a second location inside of Armature Works within the next few weeks!⁣⁣⁣⁣” wrote the Bake’n Babe owners on Facebook. “You’ll be able to order our signature cookies, sleazy brownies, AND some fun new menu items exclusive just to our Armature Works location, like Taiyaki Soft Serve Cones!”

Bringing giant cookies to Armature Works

An official opening date is still TBA. We’ll update the article as soon as a timeline is announced.

Bake’n Babes has gained notoriety for its massive, and creative desserts. Their tremendous milkshake even received some serious love from none other than Lizzo ahead of her performance in Tampa.

Popular menu items include the Vegan CBD chocolate chip cookie with organic CBD oil, the Fruity Pebbles Cookie, and the sleazy brownie (Layers of cookie dough, Oreo, and brownie batter all baked together).

Earlier in the year, Bake’n Babes joined the vibrant Gen X Tavern downtown.

Creating desserts exclusive to Armature Works

In place of their classic Freak Shake, Bake’n Babes will be offering a reworked version exclusive to Armature Works that will allow you to take it on the lawn or the Riverwalk to enjoy. 

“We’ve created some really fun items that are exclusive just to our Armature Works location & are looking forward to sharing those in the next few weeks” said Julie Curry, founder and owner of Bake’n Babes.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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