Good but definitely not great...yet. maybe with time? Their coffee cake was the bomb. But everything else we had was "meh". The place definitely felt like the bakery was an after thought to the "museum" of horror/sifi props they had. We got most of what they had in the case cause quite frankly they barely had a selection at the time. 3 type of cupcakes, something I assume was a truffle of sorts, coffee cake, brownie, something that was called a "cake bite" and then small little cheese cake. We ended up getting 2 of the 3 cupcakes to try. One was a cotton candy one, suppose to be themed from IT, but the decorations honestly fell so flat. (Really the decoration on everything was really disappointing especially for a place that is themed for oddities) but the cotton candy icing was surprisingly balanced. Not to sweet, good flavor and smooth. But the cake, though I understand gluten free goods are much more dense than a typical sponge cake. They were much like a corn bread muffin. The vanilla base to the cotton candy was good despite the textural issues I had with the cupcake. We also got a pin head themed cupcake, both the frosting and the chocolate base to it was just garbage. Same issue with texture, but the flavor on both the frosting and cupcake was not right at all. The decoration was not of pin head but looked more like a mace weapon. But again they had so many missed opportunities with their decoration. The other things we got were "bite sized" treats to try. One being something called the "shark bite" it looked like a shark head. It was what I can assume was an attempt at chocolate truffle coated in colored melting chocolates to give the impression of a shark head. It being called a shark bite and not looking like a bite both me and those with me expected this chocolate truffle to have a raspberry filling or something to create like an "ooze" or a "bleed" effect. But nope another missed opportunity. I found it rather too sweet. But the rest of my group enjoyed it. It was far to hard to bite into too in my opinion. We also had a chocolate walnut brownie. Crumbly and to me tasted if cardboard but the kids in my group seemed to enjoy it. The coffee cake however, I was worried after trying the other things. Thinking coffee cake is generally a dryer cake anyways, now made gluten free was going to be just going to be ineatable but to my delightful surprise it was soft and delicious. Right amount of cinnamon and sweet had a nice crumble on top and a small amount of cream cheese frosting on top to balance. Definitely something I'd rebuy. Everyone found something there they liked but everyone in my group agreed the lack of the implied gimmicks for the decoration of the baked goods and the taste of them are not worth what they charge for them. Plus their selection case is so small. I'm taking like half the size of the case Starbucks has in width and only has 2 or 3 shelfs with the bottom shelf half being taken up by drink bottles. The cake bites, one of the cupcakes and the small for two round cake they had in the case were all the same cake as well. All were the "pin head cake" so the same product made 3 different sizes basicly took up half of their selection at the time we went. I am hopeful that because they just opened, they will improve with their selections and overall taste/texture and design of their baked goods. I will be interested to see their progression. Also I would like to note they have a sign by their register that states they are not a certified gluten free bakery, not sure why they advertises them selves as a gluten free bakery but have not gotten the certification. So if you are a sufferer from celiac disease I would be cautious as their might be some risk of cross contamination some where along the production line, either with the ingredients they use or the baking process itself. So just keep that in mind.