Restaurant Review: Austin's Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

Category: , , , / 10/28/2013
Birthday Cake cupcake
I was delighted to discover that one of my local coffee chains, Austin Java, sold vegan cupcakes. When I asked about them, I learned that they were in fact supplied by Sugar Mama's Bakeshop, which I located by coincidence on a visit to Bouldin Street Cafe (they are literally across the street from each other). It seemed I was destined to set foot inside one day, so I made a point to try the delicious treats in their home bakery.

Pros:
  • Fun cupcake names
  • Cute vintage decor
  • Several vegan options
  • Environmentally and socially conscious
  • Treats carried across Austin
Cons:
  • Rotating flavors, particularly for vegans
View from across the street
Summary:
I had only heard of Sugar Mama's vegan cupcakes before I visited, so I was a little surprised to learn that it wasn't an all-vegan bakery. The vegan flavors rotate depending on the day of the week, so you might have to pick your visit date carefully if you have your heart set on a particular flavor. The quality of the cupcakes was good, and quite delicious. I love how they source ingredients consciously, using fair trade cocoa and eco-friendly packaging when possible. The interior had a vintage feel and was inviting. I had a nice visit with a non-vegan friend, and I recommend stopping by, especially if you are in the area already.

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Disclosure notice: This restaurant visit was paid for by the reviewer. No compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the restaurant, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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