20 best spots in America to grab a slice of Chocolate Cake Day

Flourless chocolate cake with brown butter sorbet (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for NYCWFF)
Flourless chocolate cake with brown butter sorbet (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for NYCWFF) /
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4. Pure Cake — New Orleans, LA

When you come to this New Orleans bakery, make sure you see a woman named Monique.

She has become quite the celebrity in New Orleans’ cake business, and she will make you a cake that will make memories at Pure Cake, a small-but-homey bakery in the Freret neighborhood.

Pure Cake is a place where made-from-scratch is a way of life, and the focus at this small cake place is on designer cakes, and oh, how these designs are spectacular? Weddings and celebration cakes are the order, and even if you’re not celebrating anything, Pure Cake will be here to make sure you have the best slice of cake this side of the Mississippi River.

If you’re looking for any other alternative to cake, then you will be out-of-luck here. Pure Cake doesn’t sell cupcakes or brownies, or any other alternative for those who don’t eat chocolate cake. So, if you’re a non-cake eater, this isn’t the place for you; however, if you’re in search of a delicious chocolate cake to celebrate Chocolate Cake day, and need a fabulous one that, then you can’t go wrong with Pure Cake.

The creators here really know how to make a great and dazzling cake, and it’s oh-so-good to the soul.