Minutes from your apartment at Ovation at Park Crest is a bakery that not only has made Martha Stewart’s Top Pastry Pro list but also has been featured on Food Network’s Best in Show: Cakes! Fluffy Thoughts Cakes is a must-taste spot in McLean!
Fluffy Thoughts Cakes is owned and operated by Lara Halabi. This wonderful pastry chef began baking at age five and ever since has been involved with cake decorating, sculpture and design. Her ingenious fusion of art and baking is what makes Fluffy Thoughts Cakes an extraordinary eatery! Located on Old Chain Bridge Road in McLean, the bakery serves up some deliciously beautiful baked goods as well as an intriguing contemporary space to eat them in.
When you first walk into Fluffy Thoughts Cakes, your eye takes in the unique decor. The place is painted in light colors with modern fixtures giving it a very sleek and fresh feel. There is clear furniture, chalkboard-like menus, an exquisite display case, and orbs of glass lights hanging randomly from the ceiling. It truly is a modernly whimsical place.
When deciding what goodies to eat, there are many choices! Lara specializes in custom cakes, but she brings her talent to the everyday eater with her myriad of cupcake flavors. There is always a cupcake flavor of the month as well as everyday classics and specialty versions. You can try anything from a red velvet cupcake with cream cheese frosting to a Samoa cupcake filled with caramel and topped with coconut buttercream and shavings, and chocolate ganache and more caramel! If something fruity is more your style, try Lara’s Choco-cherry with chocolate cake, cherry compote filling, cherry buttercream and cocoa nibs. The bakery also provides baked good treats such as cake pops, French Macarons, assorted cookies, Rice Krispie treats, and lemon bars.
When you have a sweet tooth craving, don’t hesitate to make your way down to Fluffy Thoughts Cakes. You won’t be disappointed! For more information on the area, events, or to find your new home, contact us and we would love to assist you!Back to all posts