The store is going into the Greenway at Belle Meade retail strip at 21 White Bridge Road (also home to Porta Via Italian Kitchen). Nothing Bundt Cakes sells the cakes in various flavors and sizes, including the single-serving "Bundtlet." (The chain's website proclaims: "Sorry Cupcake! Bundtlets are Bigger, Better, Blissful.")
The cake chain is also known for its "signature frosting" made with cream cheese and butter, which tops the cakes in thick petals radiating from the cake's central hole. An alternative is drizzled frosting, which is less thick.
Nothing Bundt Cakes stores are almost like boutiques, with giftie merchandise as well as cakes. The bundts can be ordered for various occasions, with the cakes hole serving as a handy receptacle for decor items like a bow or a flower. (There's a workplace celebration cake with the slogan "From the 'Hole' Office.") Cake sizes range from one serving to 26.Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, and the store opening will include a fundraising component for Second Harvest.
Wednesday, Sept. 28 — 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. — Ribbon cutting with the Greater Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Mayor of Belle Meade Gray Thornburg, and representatives of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
Friday, Sept. 30 — Second Harvest Food Bank Collaboration Kickoff, Nothing Bundt Cakes will donate four meals for every 8-inch and 10-inch cake sold from Sept. 30 to Nov. 24 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
Saturday, Oct. 1 - 9 a.m. —- First 50 customers to make a purchase receive free Bundtlets for a year.
Saturday, Oct. 1 — 12-3 p.m. -— Family Fun event featuring face painting, kiddy cake walks and copious amounts of cake samples.