From the classically trained patissier who baked writer Maya Angelou's 80th birthday cake and has a top-selling dessert item in the Neiman Marcus Christmas catalog, comes this Oak Cliff establishment. Owner Samantha Rush originally opened her eponymous shop in 2007 in Deep Ellum but moved the operation to its current location in 2009. The tranquil patisserie, awash in blues with white and black accents, exudes an elegant setting for equally elegant -- but offbeat -- treats. These include her signature Un-Cupcakes, a deconstructed version of a cupcake presented in a jar. Among the eight flavors available are the popular red velvet, the classic chocolate ganache and whimsical wedding cake.
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Crisp pastel meringue filled with vanilla, pistachio lavender or raspberry paste, these are macaroons from heaven above. Nothing wrong with traditional macaroons, but the macaroon can be so much more than a wad of coconut. Every country has its own variation. Be glad you're not a Scot (think in terms of leftover mashed potatoes). Now, Oak Cliff has its own signature macaroon--one so delectable it might knock the coconut kind off its throne one day. Shop Rush Patisserie online, or,... More »
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