click to enlarge Rusty Fallen has no plans to stop making her signature cream puffs.

Scott Elmquist

Rusty Fallen has no plans to stop making her signature cream puffs.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Public Service Announcement: The Cream Puffs Will Go On

Aziza's on Main closes in June, but its cream puffs found a new home.

Posted By on Wed, May 20, 2015 at 1:39 PM

Although news that Pizza Tonight found a brick-and-mortar home is exciting, Richmond diners were devastated that Aziza's on Main would close. (Pizza Tonight is moving into the building.)

People were particularly upset when they realized that Rusty Fallen's cream puffs would disappear with the restaurant.

However, take heart, Richmonders! Billy Fallen, Rusty's son, confirmed that his mother will continue to make cream puffs. They will reappear on the menu of Rancho T at 1 Morris St. after Rusty finishes a brief break from the oven.

"Growing up, I never thought they were special," Billy says. "It wasn't until we opened Aziza's and people went crazy over them."

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