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Saweet, Dough sink roots deeper

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Saweet Cupcakes is finally landlocked. After feeding cupcake lovers in remote locations all over the city, Saweet Cupcakes has put down roots: expanding last week from dessert truck into a new bakery storefront (16652 San Pedro). But don't rule out remote delivery. The cupcake truck will still be out and about. Track them at @saweetcupcakes on Twitter and

Also: pencil pushers' pain is Italian lovers' gain. Dough Pizzeria (6989 Blanco Rd) completed renovations on a former insurance office next door and is ready to show off its new wine bar and added seating. Those of us who have (gladly, mind you) waited an hour for a slice appreciate the investment.

Finally: remember Mamma Lee's Soul Food at 6060 Montgomery Drive? We always liked it (health inspectors be damned). Now Restaurant: Impossible is swooping in to assist in the grand reopening. Interested in reservations for the January 15/16 filmed event? Call (210) 653-6262 for a table.

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