NORTH OF BOSTONBoston Bakes for Breast Cancer is coming to the North Shore thanks to Serenitee Restaurant Group and the mother-daughter duo behind Gloucester’s own Sticky Fingers Bakery. They’ve teamed up to create a signature dessert that the restaurants will sell to support the charity

Boston BakesEvery Serenitee restaurant will be adding a Dark Chocolate Cupcake with Raspberry Mascarpone Frosting from Sticky Fingers to its menu during the week of May 5 to 11. All proceeds going directly to Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer in support of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

“I think the combination of chocolate and raspberry is definitely a lady’s favorite, so it seemed like the perfect fit,” said Melissa Hays, co-owner Sticky Fingers Bakery.

“I fell for the organization’s mission of ‘Eat Sweets, Do Good’” Mark McDonough, Serenitee Restaurant Group CEO told NoBo Magazine. “We couldn’t be happier to join the cause this year and work with our new partners, Melissa and Cristina Hays of Sticky Fingers, to create a dessert we think our guests will love.”

Participating restaurants include Latitude 43, Minglewood Tavern in Gloucester, Opus in Salem, 15 Walnut in Hamilton, Cala’s in Manchester by the Sea, Maggie’s Farm in Middleton, and Hale St Tavern in Beverly Farms.

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