Indianapolis Star- New Places In Broad Ripple Village

Think you’ve visited every eatery and boutique in Broad Ripple? Think again. When the little white house of caramel cakes, macarons and more opened in November of 2014, it was almost as if customers had the opportunity to leave Indiana, at least for a little bit. Entrepreneur and baker Gwendolyn Rogers made it Paris-themed, complete with pink and white décor, and filled it with the aromas of pastries baked from her own recipes. Slices of cake sell for $8.50 and up. Events coordinator Janet Main, who has been working here since the bakery's opening, says business has been “crazy, crazy good.”