Used to work there during King Cake season back when Sherry's mom ran it from the original location on N. Main. I was the delivery dude.You're welcome. I'm still waiting to get one of those Dong Phuong cakes which everyone says is the best, but I guess I'll have to go mail order myself.
This is my local place and are my favorite because of all the different cream cheese filled flavors; but we'll just go pick up, though, they do ship, too, of course.
That's bold talk. I'm intrigued and will have to give them a try. In Lafayette, I'm partial to Keller's Bakery's Amaretto Walnut. It may not pass muster as an official King Cake, but it tasty nonetheless.Best donuts and king cakes in the state. I’ve lived in New Orleans and Lafayette. Better than them all including Meches
Not sure if controversial:They hold the record for the biggest king cake, measuring at 3 kilometers long (1.86 miles)
I went there last year on a Saturday morning (maybe 9am ish), and they had a big selection, but they were still waiting on cakes to be delivered. I get that you want a fresh king cake, and good on them for only selling fresh, but I was a bit disappointed that the cakes weren’t already in stock.No longer at the Mortuary, it's now at the (unfortunately closed down because COVID killed watching movies in a crowded theater ) Broad Street Theatre location.
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You can say that again. I remember being in grades 1-5, and when king cake season came around when it was my turn to bring the king cake my folks would stop at McKenzie’s on Ferret St (I think Creole Creamery is there now), and we would get one of those rectangular monstrosities (with a cherry on each side, and sprinkles mixed in with the sugar). Ah simpler times.that tastee is a god damn national treasure.