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7 new places to treat the kids (and yourself!) to a cookie or donut



Damsel and Hopper, 4405 Wallingford Ave. N.

Looking for great new baked goods to enjoy with your kids? It’s a piece of cake … or croissant, or cookie. Find new bakeries and expansions of old favorites are opening around the city, including:

 

Celine Patisserie, 6801 Greenwood Ave. N. (Don’t miss the “cruffin.”)

 

Damsel and Hopper, 4405 Wallingford Ave. N. (It’s mostly to-go, but there’s babka!)

 

Deep Sea Sugar and Salt, 6601 Carleton Ave. S. (Tall cakes and quite possibly – these are fighting words – the city’s best cupcakes.) 

 

Good Day Donuts, 9823 15th Ave. S.W. (Run by a former fine-dining chef; try the “buttermilk hunk.”)

 

Grand Central Bakery’s bright new branch in Wedgwood, 7501 35th Ave. N.E. (lunches too.)

 

Lowrider Baking Company (cookies only, but what cookies! Weekends only in the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, 5805 Airport Way S.)

 

Macrina Bakery’s new branch, 746 19th Ave E. (the old Surrogate Hostess spot.)

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