Great little cakes, ask what is gluten free in the case.
Fantastic! Went in morning and picked up a GF breakfast pastry (almond-blueberry with lemon curd) and a pistachio-raspberry mousse (who says you can't have dessert for breakfast?!). All were delicious and we enjoyed talking with the lovely chef. And despite being surrounded by traditionally-prepared bakery items, these treats did not sicken this super-sensitive celiac.
Located in the Gourmet Ghetto district, Masses's Pastries was super busy as usual. When we got there, the bakery was so full that the line was practically out the door! (If this isn't an indicator as to how good these desserts are, then I don't know what is!) If there was any downside to this bakery, I would say that it's a bummer that not all of its baked creations are gfree. However, there are still options that us gfreer's can enjoy and hopefully if more and more people request for gfree items, they may start making more! Out of all the baked items that they had, the only gluten free desserts were the pistachio sandwich cake with wild strawberries and pistachio flavored cream, a flourless chocolate cake, and the macaroons (made with almond flour). The macaroon flavors included cool flavors like salted caramel, pistachio, raspberry, and violet! We ended up ordering everything except the chocolate cake since we had tried something similar to it before.