King Cake Hub will Return for Mardi Gras with new Location and French Quarter Outpost

November 26, 2021 IAN MCNULTY,

King Cake Hub is a concept that collects king cakes from many different bakeries and restaurants in one spot. It indeed acts like a hub for that well-documented desire to sample the range of tradition and creativity running through the king cake realm each season.

MiNO Foundation and Gracious Bakery Sponsor King Cake Stories Featuring 826 New Orleans’ Youngest New Orleanian Authors on King Cake Boxes

The Made in New Orleans Foundation in partnership with Gracious Bakery and 826 New Orleans for one week (February 8 to February 16, 2021) in all Gracious Bakery locations select king cakes will feature creative writing from 826 New Orleans’ students ranging from 1st grade to 12th grade.

Mardi Gras 2021 May be Canceled But New Orleans is Making Up For it by Eating King Cake

Will Samuels wasn’t sure what to expect this year at the King Cake Hub, his three-year-old seasonal shop offering the Mardi Gras confection from 15 New Orleans bakeries. So far, business has been brisk. He has been selling nearly 1,000 king cakes a day.

King Cake Hub Celebrates “Quarnival”

November 6, 2020

Will Samuels, owner of the King Cake Hub, announced the retail King Cake shop’s plans to celebrate “Quarnival” for the 2021 Carnival season. “There is no doubt that Carnival 2021 will look dramatically different than years past as we navigate through the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Samuels.

For a New Orleans Entrepreneur, King Cake Becomes a Small Business Success Story

February 20, 2020 Micheline Maynard, Forbes

For the past two years, entrepreneur Will Samuels has made it easier for New Orleanians to find their favorite cakes.