Gourdough's serves "big fat donuts" with a variety of fillings, from the savory (fried chicken and honey) to the diabetic-coma-inducingly sweet (marshmallow with chocolate fudge icing, all dipped in actual fudge).
You'll find all kinds of espresso and coffee drinks, wines, scotches, and even a chocolate espresso martini. Snack on the sandwiches and desserts in comfy lounge chairs.
The elotes are superb, thanks to imported white corn, mayonnaise, cream, butter, chile sauce, and a generous amount of queso fresco. But namesake aside, the desserts are the real star.
If you find yourself drawn to the giant cupcake, go with it. This goody stand will take your order at the window for your choice of up to seven flavors. Whipped cream will be injected on demand into the cupcake of your choice.
There are cake shakes and varieties of frozen hot chocolate here, as well as cake balls.
Novelty candy shop with wide selection of retro and vintage sweets.
Offers a wide selection of high-quality doughnut-shop fare, including several flavors of cake and yeast doughnuts, éclairs, Bismarcks, and, of course, doughnut holes.
This petite Parisian bakery and coffee shop specializes in French pastries: croissants, pain au chocolat, almond and pear brioche, rose and citron madeleines, chouquettes, financiers, palmiers, chocolate and coffee éclairs, mille-feuille, tarte tatins, and gâteaux, as well as more than two dozen flavors of macaron.
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