Although Peace, Love & Cupcakes is on the main drag in Woodstock, it is tucked behind a larger store, down an alley, and off a cute patio. There was a sign on the sidewalk that beckoned us to the little shop. Its tiny and so are the cupcakes--smaller than the regular cupcakes you make at home. They are baked in a stiff cupcake holder and served with a tiny spoon so you don't miss out on any of the flavor, but you can avoid the mess that comes with eating a traditional cupcake. Aside from the adventure of ducking down the little alley and eating these yummy desserts, it was fun reading the clever names for each cupcake that harken back to the 1968 festival on Max Yasgur's farm. I enjoyed The Who cupcake (vanilla cake filled with nutella), while my friends opted for The Santana (lemon cake and lemon frosting), and The Dylan (carrot cake). Although these aren't the best cupcakes I've had, they were definitely the most expensive (a dozen for $50). But you gotta love the flavor combinations and the names of the cupcakes. Although its a little shop, this place scores big on creativity!
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