Lady M Cake Boutique is now located in its new, permanent location in Tysons Galleria.
The cake boutique extended its pop-up in A Taste of Urbanspace last year while looking for a new spot in the mall. Lady M Cake Boutique first arrived in Tysons Galleria in December 2018.
The boutique officially opened on the second level of the mall on Tuesday (July 14), according to a press release.
More from the press release:
From the iconic Signature Mille Crepes to fan-favorite Green Tea Mille Crepes, and much more, Lady M Tysons Galleria offers a daily rotating and seasonal selection of handmade Lady M cakes. This boutique location also offers a full beverage menu featuring tea and coffee, alongside custom drinks like Green Tea Latte and a notably decadent Hot Chocolate.
Lady M Tysons Galleria is a full-service, dine-in boutique location. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, takeaway will be offered exclusively for the time being. Guests may order in person at the boutique or place pre-orders online (for same day pickup) at ladymcakes.square.site.
For those who prefer to enjoy cake at home, Lady M has also partnered with Chowbus to offer fast and easy delivery from this new Tysons Galleria boutique location. Lady M continues to also offer nationwide shipping of whole cakes at LadyM.com.
The store is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., according to Lady M Cake’s Facebook page.
Photos via Tysons Galleria/Facebook
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