Le Moulin De La Vierge

There are few things more representative of Paris than the bakeries that are scattered throughout the city. They are open early in the morning, offering up a delicious aroma in the cool beginnings of day. Each


Now, I don’t know if it’s just me, but where I grew up we had good donuts. Like, really good donuts. And there were several stores that all had different types — cake donuts, and

Cafe Macchiato

Three words: maple pecan danish. That’s it. Review done. Because once you’ve had one of these, you’ll never want to eat anything else. Cafe Macchiato is a small chain here in New York City that

Lulu’s Sweet Shoppe

The North End is known for one thing: canolis. Canolis, however, don’t really speak to me. Cupcakes do. Lulu’s is hands down the best cupcake shop in Boston, tucked away on Salem Street in the

Cafe M

A touch of Paris in Koreatown, Cafe M is a charming little place to duck in for a snack or a quick pick me up. The place is tiny, but there’s still a few tables

Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit Co.

I started my move to NYC at the end of August, just a few weeks after what was Soft Serve Fruit Co. opened in NYC. It’s now called “Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit Co.” but there

Butter Lane

Grandma’s buttercream frosting is one of my favorites, and the closest I’ve come to finding it outside of Grandma’s kitchen is at Butter Lane. A tiny bakery in the East Village, their cupcakes are delightful.


Ladurée is a little more “high class” than “no cash,” but it’s one of my favorites for what I consider an extravagant Parisian experience. Inventor of the macaron, Ladurée is a gilt jewel box of