Cupcake cafe got okay to open a St. Paul location

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Within the display case of Cupcake bakery and wine bar on University Avenue, sit rows and rows of cupcakes piled high with delectable frosting, waiting for a worthy customer to choose them.

Cupcake owner Kevin VanDeraa has been trying to open a secondary location on Grand Avenue for months, but the city of St. Paul denied their license because of a parking issue, the Star Tribune reported.

Mayor Chris Coleman proposed a parking plan that saved the day for Cupcake and prompted the St. Paul City Council to approve the license on Wednesday, the Pioneer Press reported.

According to VanDeraa, the new St. Paul location will be open sometime this summer.

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