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Posted at 10:22 AM ET, 03/ 3/2011

More cupcakes in Georgetown

By Topher Mathews

Today another cupcakery enters the fierce Georgetown market: Sprinkles. It’s the first foreign import to the market; it comes from California.

One of the few perks GM has running a Web site on Georgetown is that he occasionally gets invited to events around the neighborhood. Thus on Tuesday he stopped by a party at Sprinkles. (As part of the event, Sprinkles donated $25,000 to Babylove DC. Good on them.)

This gave GM a sneak preview at what this new store offers:

The cupcakes are more like Georgetown Cupcake than Baked and Wired in that they have a prim appearance. But they’re not quite the visual display that GC has. Also, the frosting on Sprinkles’ cupcakes is very sugary sweet, unlike Baked and Wired’s buttery frosting or GC’s cream cheese-infused frosting.

[Continue reading Topher Mathews's post here at The Georgetown Metropolitan.]

Topher Mathews blogs at The Georgetown Metropolitan . The Local Blog Network is a group of bloggers from around the D.C. region who have agreed to make regular contributions to All Opinions Are Local.

By Topher Mathews  | March 3, 2011; 10:22 AM ET
Categories:  D.C., Georgetown, Local blog network  
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