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If your sweet tooth goes bump in the night, fear no more: Vault serves cupcakes from next-door bakery The Velvet Cupcake until the speakeasy closes at 1:30 a.m. seven days a week.
Vault, which was already popular with Columbians due to its upscale atmosphere and cocktails, now allows customers to benefit from the proximity of its new neighbor, The Velvet Cupcake. Flavors vary from evening to evening, but tonight’s offerings include peanut butter cup, white wedding cake, tiramisu, blueberry lemon and triple chocolate. If you order a cupcake after the bakery closes, your server just lets him- or herself into the bakery, which is also in The Tiger Hotel, and then serves it up.
For something more substantial, Vault also serves appetizers and sandwiches until midnight each night. The bruschetta plate, pretzel bread and fried pickle chips are customer favorites; sandwiches include the 1928 Reuben and a grilled chicken panini among others.
Martinis are $3 between 5 and 8 p.m. each day (the Sweet Lime variety is especially refreshing), and on Vault’s Facebook page, employees often post trivia questions that customers can answer to get a discounted price on the drink of the night.
So happy late-night munching. Or drinking. Or both.
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