Local favorite, Freed’s Bakery, a family-owned establishment of 58 years, will reveal its elaborate and unique cakes to the world in Food Network’s 10-episode series “Vegas Cakes,” beginning with two back-to-back episodes premiering at 10 p.m. EST on Sunday, Nov. 5.
The series premiere will feature third-generation owner, Max Fried, and the employees of Freed’s Bakery as they create cake magic for local Triple-A baseball team, the Las Vegas 51s, and Cirque de Soleil’s production of KA.
“With our sweet creations, we’re thrilled to showcase the excitement, energy and unique facets that make Las Vegas great in “Vegas Cakes,” said Fried.
Subsequent episodes will feature food-inspired cakes to cakes for Las Vegas legends like Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Newton and Penn and Teller.
“The sinfully sweet masterpieces on Vegas Cakes are works of art,” said Courtney White, Senior Vice President, Programming, Scripps Networks Interactive. “Watching these unique confections take shape is sure to entertain our audience and inspire them to think outside the cakebox.”
Viewers can find more videos of the cakes and browse photo galleries at FoodNetwork.com/VegasCakes.
About Freed’s Bakery
A favorite of locals and visitors, alike, Freed’s Bakery, located at 9815 S. Eastern Ave. in Las Vegas, has been serving up stunning and scrumptious sweets since 1959. The family-owned and operated bakery, run by third-generation Max Fried, creates elaborate cakes, cookies, pastries and more. Freed’s stunning designs are showcased in the Food Network show “Vegas Cakes.” Freed’s Bakery has been voted Best Bakery over 30 times in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Best of Las Vegas poll and is open Monday-Saturday from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. More information may be found by calling 702.456.7762, visiting www.freedsbakery.com and following Freed’s Bakery on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @FreedsBakery.