Where to buy 167 cupcake flavors

The world beyond Magnolia.

New York City cupcake flavors, in order of prevalence:

Below: A map of the city's most prominent cupcakeries. Click on an icon to see the flavors offered at that location.


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Whether you're looking for flavor choices that are outr or exhaustive, these three cupcake purveyors will make your taste buds pop.

Robicelli's Gourmet Market
Husband-and-wife team Allison and Matt Robicelli add new flavors to their expansive roster every two weeks. Among their creative confections: a vanilla waffle cake topped with maple-syrup-dipped buttermilk fried chicken, and the Harry Potter--inspired Butterbeer, flavored with butterscotch and sprinkled with edible gold dust. Available at Blue Apron Foods, Flying Saucer Cafe and Hom (917-509-6048, robicellis.com). Average cupcake: $2.50.

Butch Bakery
This delivery company is stripping the cupcake of its frilly image by reinventing it for men, offering 12 booze-soaked baked goods (imagine, an edible mojito or Sidecar!). Each treat is topped with a chocolate disk decorated in masculine patterns like camouflage or houndstooth. butchbakery.com. Box of 4 to 12 $16--$48 plus $8 delivery fee for orders under $50.

Cupcake Stop
The roving truck's unflappable baker, Heather Warren, churns out more flavors than any brick-and-mortar bakery in the city. If you can dream it, she'll conceive it: Submit your idea on the Cupcake Stop website and she'll pick one new confection to create every month. How else would she come up with flavors like mango-poppy? 718-702-2825, cupcakestop.com. Average cupcake: $2.25.