Disappointed in what I had hoped would be a great gf resource in my neighborhood. Beautifully presented, the cake part of the mocha cupcake was somewhere between a brownie and biscotti, with an indeterminate, rubberish “filling” that I couldn’t cut with a table knife, but a delightful and flavorful frosting. I’ll give the benefit of the doubt on celiac friendly. Also bought a lovely looking vanilla cupcake which I haven’t tried yet (my expectations, sadly, are not very high).
Tasted great, but had a reaction to the chocolate cupcake. I bought a vanilla one also and pb cookie and marshmallow cookie. Those I had no reaction to and were fantastic! It was worth the walk an hour each way.( I am not from the city and had pushed car on maps-my mistake)
Careful with cross contamination and several choices.
My sister and I stumbled upon this small bakery, which only opened last month, and we were delighted with their gluten- free choices. The French macarons were the best I've ever tasted, and the coconut macaroon drizzled with chocolate was AMAZING!! Huascar, who I later learned was a past winner of Cupcake Wars, also has gluten free cupcakes. he keeps them in the back to avoid cross-contamination. The macaroons and GF cookies were displayed on top of the counter, individually wrapped in plastic, presumably to keep gluten out. The French macarons, however, were in the same display case as the regular cookies. I later suggested to him that he change this. Both Huascar and the young man working with him were very friendly and accommodating.