Baked and Wired

Restaurants, Bakery Georgetown
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Baked and Wired
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Cupcake cynics don’t stand a chance at Baked and Wired. The Georgetown café serves irresistible “cakecups” in flavors like the Elvis Impersonator (banana cupcake topped with peanut butter frosting and chocolate drizzle) as well as brownies, cookies and muffins. A wall covered with customer-drawn napkin doodles and products like “Hippie Crack” granola add to the charm. 


Venue name: Baked and Wired
Address: 1052 Thomas Jefferson St NW
Washington, DC

Cross street: between M St and Whitehurst Freeway
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 7am–8pm, Fri 7am–9pm, Sat 8am–9pm, Sun 9am–8pm
Transport: Foggy Bottom Metro
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Average User Rating

4 / 5

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While a lot of locals will tell you Baked and Wired is better than Georgetown, I would say they're on par with each other in terms of the red velvet cupcake. The only difference is that Baked and Wired's cupcakes are enormous and definitely a lot more overwhelming. I appreciated most of the flavors I got and each cupcake was consistently moist and delicious. I also loved their dirty chai that was perfect to pair with such sweet cupcakes. Their birthday cake flavor cupcake was my favorite interpretation of the birthday cake which was not as sweet as I thought it was going to be.