From Our Editors
Handcrafted confections and aromatic coffees decorate the charming Natasha's Mulberry & Mott storefront, channeling the vintage vibe and sophistication of a French patisserie. Each artfully rendered treat on the menu is handmade fresh daily by head pastry engineer Natasha Goellner, who uses her background in fine arts and classical culinary training to concoct elegant, delectable dainties. Arouse comatose taste buds with a miraculous pairing of the flaky pain au chocolate croissant ($2.75) with a tasty latte ($2.75), and then freeze the good feeling with a cryogenic mango sherbet ($4.95 per pint). The array of pastel-colored French macarons ($1.95) reflects the store's multihued interiors, and each strawberry ?clair ($2.50) has been harvested fresh from Paris's strudel orchards. Outside, the delightful patio fosters al fresco conversation over a coffee ($1.50 small, $1.80 large).