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Open House at Pip's Place: The Gluten Free Cakery

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Details's Place is a gluten-free "cakery" in New York City. Join owner Denise Cumming at an open house on Monday, February 11th. Feel free to stop in any time between 5 and 7pm to meet Denise and check out Pip's Place.

Print out your RSVP ticket and bring it with you on the night of the open house for one free gluten-free cookie!

Please note, this is an open house and Meetup members will be coming and going during the open house from 5pm-7pm. Event organizer Erin will NOT be there for the entire event. Don't be shy, introduce yourself to Denise and other people at Pip's. It's almost a guarantee that they will be gluten-free!

Pip’s Place ( (

The Upper East Side has a new dessert destination – and it’s gluten-free! After taking on the challenge of her daughter’s Celiac Disease, Denise Cumming, a former stay-at-home mom and avid baker, opened Pip’s Place The Gluten Free Cakery ( ( using her own recipes and featuring a menu of over 40 gluten free cakes, cupcakes, cookies and muffins. Customers can also stop by for a bowl of gluten free oatmeal in the morning accompanied by a cup of exclusive Brooklyn-roasted “Pip’s Coffee.” An elegant, feminine cakery on the Upper East Side, Pip’s Place, certified gluten free, is designed to be a safe neighborhood haven for those with Celiac Disease or gluten allergies and will also appeal to anyone searching for fresh baked cakes, cookies, muffins and cupcakes.

Pip’s Place The Gluten Free Cakery
[masked]st Ave.

(Btwn 89th and 90th)

New York, NY 10128

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Print out your RSVP to get your free cookie!

Pip’s Place is accredited through the Gluten Free Food Service Accreditation Program, which is a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group. The bakery does use Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Oats in some of their products. While there is not a dedicated mixer for those products that include the gluten free oats, all dishes are washed thoroughly following each use. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to ask your server.

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