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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Sticky Finger's Sweets & Eats to Open H Street Location

Strawberry Creme Cupcake
A photo by Mr.TinDC on Flickr. Used under a creative commons license

The Washington Post has a story saying that Doron Petersan, the owner of Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats will open a second (and larger) location at 406 H Street. Sticky Fingers is well known for their delicious vegan baked goods (especially their cupcakes). In fact, Petersan won Cupcake Wars twice. They also serve breakfast, as well as some pretty awesome sandwiches and burgers (ALL vegan). I highly recommend the TLT (tempeh bacon, lettuce, tomato & Vegenaise).



A bit more info from the press release:
-Early 2015 opening anticipated;
-Full bar (beer, wine, & cocktails) & bistro menu (plus the baked goods);
-Baked good will now also include breads;
-2,600sqft;
-50 seats;
-Lunch-counter, grab & go, as well as table service;
-1950s diner vibe;
-Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, & dinner.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is in a currently vacant building between Fitness Together and Khepra's Raw Food Juice Bar, and right across the street from the Batter Bowl Bakery. Wow - two bakeries on the same block.

Anonymous said...

batter bowl is like a starter bakery for the neighborhood. sticky fingers is gonna shut BBB down.. maybe...

inked said...

The thing is that they are very different bakeries. I suspect they could co-exist just fine.

Anonymous said...

I'm as negative as they come when warranted. I do not get all the BBB hate. I've always liked their goodies. I also like Sticky Fingers and second the TLT shnammy. And I'm a carnivore.

4th and G said...

Looking forward to having more options on the west end of H.

I've heard some rumblings about service at BBB (never experienced it myself), but I love their harvest loaf. It's as good as any of the bread that I've had in Europe.

Anonymous said...

Does BBB actually make their stuff? It seems to be very similar to the items offered at Giant's bakery...

inked said...

3:09,
If by similar you mean both are edibles, then SURE they are similar.

Anonymous said...

i do enjoy the BBB, but girls that don't eat meat are usually very hot. quality girls hang out in coffee shops and places that serve sweet stuff. there's probably going to be a lot of sexy nice ladies at Sticky Fingers. I am going to Sticky Fingers.

Anonymous said...

if this place is vegan, i dont think batter bowl has anything to worry about. it might be good for being vegan, but a place without restrictions is probably going to be better

Jesse said...

Sticky Fingers is a big supporter of bicycle racing.

They can have all my money and are a great addition.

Great news!

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but in a bakery matchup....BUTTER ALWAYS WINS!

Anonymous said...

my wife is a vegan and she looks like gollum after twelve hours in a latex body suit in Birmingham in August and smells like dry food you left out for the alley cats and forgot to pick up in the morning and then it rains while you're at work and then you come home and open up the back sliding door, and you're like oh god, why did I get married.

Catster_LangPuff said...

Anon @ 10:55 might have posted the best comment I have ever seem on the interwebz. lolz

Alan Page said...

Sticky Fingers rocks! I rarely go because CH isn't a neighborhood I normally frequent (even though I make my way to Sticky Fingers whenever I'm there!).

Anonymous said...

Sticky Fingers has great sushi and I love their tots!

Anonymous said...

I can't say I'm a fan of the bakery. I am concerned that although the food is vegan, is it Na low? My experience in a lot of vegan commercial food is it's high as heck in salt. Like amazingly so. I'm sure they will do well. But like with the ramen place I'll sit this one out. I wish them well.

-Robby

Daniel said...

YESSS!!!!! yes.

Anonymous said...

I love the food at batter bowl. Unfortunately many of the things I want are never available at appropriate times. For example, they only make white baguettes at 8am, and refuse to allow you to order one for later in the day. I don't know about the rest of the world, but I need the baguette at dinner time. And if you buy it at 8am, it's stale by dinner time.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I hear salt is a very tasty dairy substitute. You're much safer sticking to pizza, pie, Indian food, sandwiches, falafels, stir fries and burgers.