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Say Hi to Hello Cupcake in Washington, DC

February 21, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, US – Perky, spic-and-span, and a little bit precious, Hello Cupcake is one of the friendliest cupcakeries that DC has to offer. The humble cupcake has become such a craze in DC that many of the most popular purveyors have frustratingly long lines (here’s looking at you, Georgetown… (more)
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Cupcakes without the Craze at Baked & Wired in Washington, DC

December 29, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US – In a city full of world-class cupcake shops, finding the perfect fluffy-treat bakery can be a bit of a Washington, DC adventure. And while tourists and TLC fans flock to Georgetown Cupcake, locals and in-the-know visitors prefer to bypass the camera crews and mile-long lines and… (more)
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Advocate for Your Sweet Tooth at DC’s Sweet Lobby

October 9, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC – If you’re craving that 2:30 pm sugar rush or just simply want to indulge in some sweet treats while touring Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill, there’s no better place to stop by than The Sweet Lobby. Located conveniently on Barrack’s Row, this small bakery is the perfect stop… (more)
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Tempting Tuesday: Cupcakes for a Cause

October 2, 2012

NEW YORK CITY, USA — It doesn’t take much to get us excited about cupcakes, but this month, the number of reasons to stop by Magnolia Bakery on Bleeker Street in Manhattan’s West Village are simply overwhelming. For one, these cupcakes are good enough to cause stop-and-go pedestrian traffic on… (more)
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Their cupcakes runneth over: new digs for Magnolia Bakery

November 20, 2008

MANHATTAN, USA – I was recently shocked to see that the same bakery that was not able to do my wedding cupcakes because they were simply “too small” and “did not take large orders” had expanded from the small bakeshop in the West Village to not one, but two new,… (more)