Overpriced and they don't taste good. Didn't get sick, but have no desire to go back. I went once years back and then ended up coming back forgetting why I didn't ever make it a point to come here. Then, I quickly remembered. The taste of the Gf cupcakes is just simply not good.
These cupcakes look great, taste ok and are ridiculously overpriced. $5.00+ for a cupcake? Went to get a half dozen for a party that included a few gf folks. Over $30 for a half dozen ouch. None of the guest were particularly impressed. next time will make my own with Pillsbury.
We hit this place up regularly after school for a cupcake at the playground behind the building.They keep the GF cupcakes in a different case from the glutened ones. Amazing cupcakes paired with a fun playground. Perfect for an afternoon together.
My family discovered Treat a few months ago, and we often visit for a heavenly GF cupcake treat. I love the GF diary-free, egg-free Mocha. They have a broad variety for the dietary restricted. They seem to frequently add new flavors, too. Even the toppings for the "cupcake bar" have GF options. Treat is a good "kid date" because there is a make-your-own craft place around the corner. The treat atmosphere is fun and kid-friendly, equipped with coloring pages and clever decorations.
They have been working on getting their GF cupcakes right since they opened. The premade ones have always been good - but now they border on great. It is such a part of what they do that they chose a GF cupcake for one of the three when they were on Cupcake Wars! The staff is always friendly.
I was pretty disappointed. Cupcake bar only offers a vegan chocolate gluten-free cupcake with dairy-free buttercreme. Neither taste very good. Served with a wooden fork, which makes the cupcake seem even drier. The pre-made gluten-free cupcakes are dried out from sitting in display case. On a positive note, the (miserable) employee demonstrated excellent cross-contamination training. Cute concept, but it just doesn't taste good enough for a second trip.