St. Cupcake's Curl to focus on Quin's confections

Andy Giegerich

Quin owner Jami Curl will shutter her two St. Cupcake outlets to concentrate on her candy making prowess.

Here’s a bit of bittersweet news.

Willamette Week is reporting that St. Cupcake will close its Southwest Morrison Street location and convert its Southeast Belmont Street outlet into a full-on Quin store. Quin’s owner Jami Curl, as SBO reported this summer, started Quin as a means toward becoming the region’s most prominent locally sourced candy maker and supplier.

Quin’s Belmont spot will still serve St. Cupcake’s cupcakes, according to WW.

Curl opened Quin July 1 in the new Union Way pedestrian mall, across from Powell’s. The spot will remain open.

No word on what'll happen to the awesome bike rack in front of the westside's storefront.


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