This is a small bakery with a great array of offerings, from cookies to cakes to muffins and more. The service was really friendly and helpful in narrowing my choices (it's hard to decide what to get with so many options!).
I got a chocolate chip cookie, a vanilla-blackberry cupcake and a banana-peanut butter whoopie pie (the total for all three came to $8.40).
The cookie tasted great and was really moist and rich. It took me back to my Tollhouse days. The only problem was that the cookie fell apart really easily, so I had to eat it in small bits.
The cupcake was also really tasty, especially with the subtle vanilla frosting and the fresh blackberries places on top (going forward, I want all of my cupcakes to have fresh berries on top of them). The cake portion of the cupcake was acceptable, but just slightly dry and dense; had it been moister and fluffier, it would have been the perfect cupcake.
Lastly, the whoopie pie was really awesome. It was basically a banana bread peanut butter sandwich. It not only tasted great, but also felt almost healthy; I think the idea of using banana bread as sandwich slices is a clever one, as well. Also, this whoopie pie was way better than the more traditional chocolate and creme-filling one I had from Vegan Treats.
If Pattycake had more seating and offered some loose-leaf teas (strangely, they sell loose-leaf tea by the packet, but don't offer individual cups of it, even though they do offer cups of coffee), it would be the perfect vegan bakery. As it stands, it's still a wonderful place.