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Ko Gi Bow combines Chinese food with cakes of all kinds, from traditional wedding cakes to cakes topped with fresh fruit. You can order a cake for four or 400. There is not a lot of seating space here, but no one seems to mind if you loiter. The chefs and staff are friendly and eager to help you make the right selection, which can be a difficult task given the mind-boggling array of cake toppings. But do not let dessert distract you. The Steamed Vegetable Dumplings are delightful. They will absolutely melt in your mouth.
Bread Furst on Connecticut Avenue offers a great range of freshly baked goodies to the Van Ness neighborhood which it calls home. A project by veteran chef Mark Furstenberg, Bread Furst is home to soft, tender and golden loaves of bread, pastries and desserts and lots more. The charming bakery also offers a wonderful lunch menu - several drool-worthy salads and sandwiches on offer here. They also serve a good selection of refreshing coffees that are a fantastic addition to the meal served here.
Georgetown Cupcake is a famous cupcake bakery chain that has been steadily expanding and growing in fame too. This light, fluffy treats have featured on popular food shows and are known to draw lines of customers outside the stores! Options like the Red Velvet, Lavender Earl Grey Tea, Peanut Butter Fudge, Chocolate Egg-Nog, Vegan Apple Cinnamon, Strawberry, Vanilla Hazelnut, Cherry Cheesecake and an exhaustive variety of others are available at this bakery. Drop in to pick up a couple of cupcakes and a hot coffee to enjoy along with it.
This family-run retail store has been around since 1955. The Washington Post called it "The Weirdest Little Drugstore in Washington". There is candy, confectionery, ethnic and international food-products, oils, and vinegars available. It all depends on what you want to stock your kitchen racks with—pasta, rice or grain, blue or cottage cheese, wine or ale. But food is not the only ingredient sold here, stemware and glassware, aromatherapy products and small kitchen appliances are also in supply.
The Capital Candy Jar is a quaint candy store. The place is essentially known for its chocolate cookies, pretzels, flavored marshmellows, candy gift boxes and a lot more. With inventive products and a dynamism, The Capital Candy Jar has garnered a lot of positive attention.
A haven for the young and old alike, Sugar Factory in Washington DC is must-visit for anyone who is in town for a while. Boasting of a 1,500 square feet (139.35 square meters) space, the restaurant, bar and candy store stocks up on everything from chocolates and candy to signature cocktails. MIlkshakes, ice cream sandwiches and other such sweet treats can also be bought here. Besides the desserts and the drinks, Sugar Factory is also known for their expert baristas and signature coffee drinks. Frequented by numerous celebrities, Sugar Factory is the perfect spot to spend quality time with family and friends alike.
Everything here is good, and most of it is downright celestial. Loaves of bread including sourdough, tomato basil, big sky rye and peasant white are coaxed from flour and sugar before your very eyes. A card listing the ingredients comes with each loaf. Free muffin, scone, and cookie samples are irresistible. In addition, they bake lots of fat-free goodies. Juice is also available.
Gold Leaf Bakery, is an elegant bakery and coffee shop, located in the downtown area of the city. The shop is known for its delectable desserts like breakfast pastries, birthday cakes and pies, prepared using the best of ingredients and without any artificial flavors. You can sip on some freshly brewed cappuccino and espresso, while munching on the toothsome sweet meats. So, if you are looking for a place to satisfy your sugar pangs, hop into Gold Leaf Bakery, you won't regret it.