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Halloween Spoookfest 2015: Festive Eaaats for Treats

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It’s Halloween again! That time of year – everyone’s favorite.  Alright, maybe mostly everyone’s favorite. If you have a sweet tooth and are in the San Diego County area anytime today or tomorrow, be sure to check out some of what these bakeries or dessert artisans have in store. Be prepared to get some of your spook on!

Headliner photo is of Donut Bar, gourmet donut shop in downtown San Diego. Photo courtesy of Kristen Lynn Mohamed. Thank you so much!

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The Cravory – an amazing and innovative cookie store located in Point Loma.

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Bread and Cie, a cozy cafe serving breakfast and lunch fare, along with a wide selection of teas & amazing pastries/desserts/bread. Located in the Hillcrest neighborhood.

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Babycakes in Hillcrest.

The Sweet Cupcakery’s innovative creations for this Halloween holiday season. Based in Murrieta.  These are Halloween cookies.

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Cake toppers in above photo.

Happy Halloween!

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