Washington Travels: Baked & Wired

One of my best friends visited Baked & Wired (@bakedandwiredDC) 2 weeks prior to my trip and highly recommended the cupcakes here. Not being too crazed about cupcakes in general, I still made my way to visit this cute little cupcake shop in Georgetown on a bright and sunny Sunday afternoon.

They handcraft their bake goods in small batches, from breakfast breads to biscotti to cookies to muffins and cupcakes! It’s a whole lot of goodness once you walk through those doors!

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Just like we expected there was a line outside of the shop. A friendly staff handed out a menu for us to study. We waited about 15-20 minutes.

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The shop is very narrow and not exactly spacious. You order your cupcake at the front and they give your order right away either for here or to go. There’s a few couches and chairs at the back of the shop. The atmosphere here is funky and hipster like, but still cleanly and modern at the same time.

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Each cupcake is shown on display – in its own cute little jar! – They have very specific flavours.

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Chocolate Doom ($4.25)

  • Chocolate cake topped with dark chocolate ganache

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The cupcake I had was super rich and decadent. It’s probably the biggest and moistest cupcake I’ve ever tasted. I liked the frosting – wasn’t too sweet. I’m glad I made my way to check out this place especially since I’m not too big on cupcakes! This place is a great place to go, relax, and enjoy a dessert with or without friends.

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