Food Photography – Georgetown Cupcake

Georgetown Cupcake

(Pictured: A half-dozen mouth-watering cupcakes from Georgetown Cupcake in Washington, DC. From top left to bottom right – toasted marshmallow, mocha, red velvet, vanilla with vanilla frosting, chocolate with chocolate ganache and chocolate with coconut frosting.)

And yes, my husband and I did eat all of them in one night.


9 Responses to “Food Photography – Georgetown Cupcake”

  1. L.E.F. says:

    have you been to Snap off of M Street? It is exciting if you like baked goods. Also it’s near a crepe place that I may or may not be obsessed with.

  2. Mmm.. I have not been there. Is it called Snap Crepes? If you say it’s good, then I’ll have to add it to my list of places to try!

  3. L.E.F. says:

    Sorry. Wired is the cupcake/coffee/bakery place, Snap is the crepes place up the road.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yes, baked and wired is great. Def gets points for atmosphere and moist chocolate cupcakes.

  5. Well, you don’t have to twist my arm. 🙂 I’ll definitely check it out and let you know how it goes. We’ll see if it can top Georgetown Cupcake!

  6. I’m not even a huge sweet person, but next time I come to visit, can we go there?

  7. Teapot – In the words of Sarah Palin, “You betcha!”

  8. aely says:

    I was at Georgetown Cupcake for the first time on Feb 21st and it was fantastic! I LOVE the cupcakes!!

  9. aely – I concur; they really are good.

    I gave CakeLove a second attempt last week, after being warned that I needed to let the cakes sit out for awhile because they’re refrigerated.
    1) me letting baked goods just “sit out” isn’t going to happen
    2) I waited as long as I could but I still wasn’t impressed.
    How can the CakeLove recipe book be so amazing while the bakery is disappointing?