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Nothing Bundt Cakes soon to open at Randhurst

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  • Nothing Bundt Cakes, a bakery specializing in the traditional dessert treat with the distinctive ringed shape, soon will open at Mount Prospect's Randhurst Village shopping center.

      Nothing Bundt Cakes, a bakery specializing in the traditional dessert treat with the distinctive ringed shape, soon will open at Mount Prospect's Randhurst Village shopping center.
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The mouthwatering smell of freshly baked cakes will greet those who stop by the newest retailer at Mount Prospect's Randhurst Village shopping center.

Nothing Bundt Cakes, a bakery that specializes in the old-fashioned dessert treat with the distinctive ringed shape, soon will open at 1071 N. Elmhurst Road. The Randhurst location is part of a Las Vegas-based chain of 98 outlets spread out across 21 states.

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The bakery sells cakes in a variety of flavors and sizes, from "bundtinis," small single-serving cakes, to larger ones that serve as many as 18 people.

Nothing Bundt Cakes will celebrate its arrival at Randhurst Village with a series of events in September, including a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 11, and a Family Fun Event, which will include face-painting and balloon art, from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 13. For information on the company, visit nothingbundtcakes.com.

Randhurst Village is an open-air mixed-use retail center located at the corner of Rand and Elmhurst roads.

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