Time Out says
With simple ingredients, time-tested recipes and fun, seasonally-rotating flavors, it’s easy to see why the leader of the haute cupcake craze continues to bake up one of the best cupcakes in L.A. Cupcakes are made fresh daily at each location, while the sprinkles are handcrafted from sugar tooth-approved ingredients like sweet cream butter, bittersweet Belgian chocolate, pure Madagascar Bourbon vanilla and real strawberries. Each cupcake is topped with the Sprinkles trademark dot, rich chocolate sprinkles from France or seasonal sugar decorations. If you're looking for someting to cool you down during L.A.'s neverending summer, pop over to the ice cream sister store for a scoop of a Sprinkles cupcake-inspired flavor. Be sure to check out the spread when the holidays come around—a dozen festive cupcakes is the perfect holiday party treat.
9631 Santa Monica Blvd
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Those weird chocolate disks on top are gross, the prices are a bit steep and the cupcake ATMs create a whole scene. But man does Sprinkles make great cupcakes. The red velvet and its mound of frosting is particularly memorable.
Love a good cupcake, and these have a generous amount of frosting, always the best part. Their flavors and fun and inventive, though I wish they'd offer more per day. I LOVE that they use cream cheese frosting on so many flavors! Haven't tried the ATM yet, but I hear it's a hit. How could it not be??
I love Sprinkles!!! Whenever I have a sweet tooth and have a hankering for a cupcake, Sprinkles is my go to. It's always fun going in and checking to see what flavors they have ready to go that day. In fact. It's pretty dangerous that there's one right down the street from where I work. In fact... I'm gonna go right now!
Sprinkles cupcakes are delicious! I order the gluten-free red velvet as it's the only g-free cupcake they make (wish they would add more), and it always hits the spot. In addition to wanting them to make more g-free cupcakes, I do think they need to be a little careful when serving g-free cookies among non gluten free ones because it's impossible to tell the difference when not labeled.