Do NOT go to their bakery! I've given it several chances and each time I was very disappointed. From stale eclairs to this final disappointment.Looking on line at their cakes, I called in and ordered a birthday cake. A variation of their berries and cream cake. I verified the cake had whipped cream frosting and the spelling for the Birthday greeting. When I picked up the cake, it was a plain white brick with about 8 extremely sad looking strawberries on top. The berries were bruised, dented, barely orange not even red, with green tops and very old looking leaves. I almost missed the greeting, as it wasn't written on the cake, but on a white ribbon with gold writing draped across the cake. I was floored! I was told since,I didn't specify to decorate the cake, they didn't do it. I asked,what else one is suppose to add to "I want a birthday cake" to get an edging or a flower or anything! Just a white brick! I made them take off the dead strawberries and write on the cake.The manager seemed to see what I was talking about. You go to a gourmet bakery for a special cake, and they don't even decorate it!! The bakery manager, on the hand, kept saying "Well, you just said write happy birthday." I asked, what else does one say to get a birthday cake that looks like a birthday cake. I told them both to walk into any grocery store and ask for what I did and you will get a beautifully decorated cake.The manager charge me half price for the white brick. Which was a very nice gesture. The strawberries and "cream" cake had very few strawberries in it. Several pieces served had no strawberries at all! The "whippy" frosting tastes like whipped lard and sugar. I haven't had a cake this bland and tasteless in years. That was it's last chance. I will ignore the beautiful LOOKING desserts, because they only look good. I suggest you do the same.