Gooey taste

Gooey cakes in St. LouisHave you tasted something sweet and gooey lately?  No?

Park Avenue gooey cake image from Park Avenue Coffee
Gooey butter cake image from

How about some St. Louis, Missouri, Park Avenue Coffee gooey butter cake that will practically melt in your mouth?

Park Avenue gooey cakes and coffee, St. LouisYou can wash it down with their specialized Park Avenue coffee.

Park Avenue gooey cakes and coffee, St. Louis, store frontDuring our recent trip through St. Louis this was a preferred stop – and it is worth the visit.


Would you like to know how the coffee beans turn from green and “crack” toward a fully-roasted bean to provide the coffee smell and flavor.  Park Avenue posted their interpretation at


The serving area is clean and has a welcoming ambiance.  A relaxing seating area compliments the environment.

According to my research the gooey butter cake originated in St. Louis.  Park Avenue Coffee ships the cakes worldwide.  Here is a video clip explaining the cake processing and distribution.

Wow!  Talking about that cake makes me hungry for some.  The only problem though, I need gluten-free and they don’t have it at Park Avenue.  I thought about making my own and comparing.

You know what? My wife was so gracious she made my very own gluten-free gooey butter cake.  It is quite delicious.  Maybe I should open my own gluten-free, small bakery.

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29 thoughts on “Gooey taste

    1. Thank you Katherine. Hope you can check it out one day. Yes, they are quite tasty and the coffee is excellent. It’s something special about the gooey part that adds that different texture. 🙂

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