FiddleCakes - CLOSED

Woodland in Waverly

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In a Nutshell

  • European-style bakery
  • Sweets, sandwiches, salads, and more
  • Vegan and gluten-free options

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Today's Groupon lets you eat cake, though the phrase is commonly and unfairly misattributed to Marie Antoinette (who actually said, "Feed those peasants to my carnivorous cake"). For $10, you get $20 worth of fresh-baked treats and sips at FiddleCakes in Woodland-in-Waverly. There is no limit on the number of Groupons you grab, but you may only use one per visit.

The cozy European-style bakery offers a menu filled with a variety of pleasing edibles, most notably its baked goods. You can get a slice of fresh-baked cake ($3.50) or a series of unsliced slices that comprise an entire cake ($30 and up). Incredible shrinking patrons might feel more comfortable with a tiny frosted cake wrapped in a cup ($2.50 per cupcake or $27 per dozen). FiddleCakes' cakes of every shape and size come in a rotating roster of flavors that include buttermilk, pumpkin, red velvet, and many others. Rounding out the racks of sweets are supple brownies ($1.95) and soft cookies such as snickerdoodles and chocolate chunk ($1.50).

When your well-trained rooster gently leans in and whispers in your ear, "Wake up, sir or madam," FiddleCakes will be waiting for you with a concise lineup of grab-and-snack AM treats such as scones, muffins, and quiche. Stop by for lunch to grasp a tasty Little Italy panini (mozzarella, basil, tomato, and pesto, $7.50) or an unpressed sandwich ($6.99) such as the man food (roast beef, cheddar, horseradish, mustard, lettuce, and onion). Herbivores and herbivoyeurs, on the other hand, can feast upon a heaping salad (starting at $5.99).

For vegans and the gluten-challenged, FiddleCakes offers a variety of deliciously digestible options. Gluten-free options include chocolate-cherry and cinnamon-walnut muffins, caramel cupcakes, and more. Vegans can choose from an array of tastiness, including pumpkin chocolate-chip cookies, shortbreads, or banana-split cupcakes. Ask nicely, and FiddleCakes will make any sandwich or treat into a vegan-friendly delight (FiddleCakes' vegan pastries are a certified hit, having gone double platinum and feuded bitterly with Jay-Z).


The Traveling Vegetarian says this of FiddleCakes' banana-split cupcake:

  • The cake tasted like real banana and had little chunks of pineapple and chocolate chips and it had walnuts and a maraschino cherry on top. The icing was very sugary, but was also quite fresh and yummy. Way better than the stuff you’d get on most bakery cupcakes. – Yvonne Smith

Two Google Maps reviewers give the bakery five stars:

  • We just bought a white cake with an Amaretto buttercream icing for my Mom's birthday and it was a huge hit! It was a very unique cake yet affordable. – Greg
  • I stopped by for a cup of coffee on the way to work and ended up ordering the best scone (ham and cheese) that I have ever tasted. The coffee was also excellent… – daniel

Customer Reviews

Good food and treats
Rhonda · March 30, 2012
please please offer some baked goods that are both gluten and dairy free. Many celiacs are sensitive to both (me included), so would love to be able to come in and try a muffin or brownie!
Christi S. · February 15, 2012
Keep it up. Love it there!
Brandon G. · February 15, 2012

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