D.C.-based Sticky Fingers, a vegan bakery and diner owned by two-time Cupcake Wars champion Doron Petersan, has confirmed that they will take over Soupergirl’s space in Takoma.
Soupergirl closed its retail location at 314 Carroll St. NW Tuesday after 11 years in the neighborhood to focus on grocery store sales and deliveries.
The Takoma location of Sticky Fingers will feature a retail counter where baked goods and Soupergirl soup will be available, as well as an expansion of its growing wholesale and mail-order business.
“Yes, the rumors are true! Sticky Fingers is opening in Takoma Park this fall, in the space that was formerly Soupergirl,” the Instagram post reads. “The new commercial kitchen space will give us the room we need for our rapidly growing mail order and wholesale baking mix production (order online at stickyfingersbakery.com), and will have a retail counter to sell our cakes, cupcakes, cookies, brownies and buns. We’ll even have a grab and go to sell popular items from our H Street NE Diner as well as local favorites (like Soupergirl). For more information follow us here and sign up for our mailing list. You can also find our full menu of sweets along with a diner-style menu at StickyFingersDiner.com (formerly known as Fare Well).”
The restaurant is set to open in the fall, likely relocating from its current location in Columbia Heights.
Photo: Sticky Fingers / Instagram
We are expanding our coverage, and we need your help. Click here for more information.