Sticky Fingers Transitions to Takoma, Holds Equipment Auction

Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats closed its Columbia Heights location and auctioned off its equipment last week ahead of its move and reopening in Takoma, according to a report from the Washington Business Journal.

Owner Doron Petersan, a two-time winner of “Cupcake Wars,” closed the location to support the vegan bakery’s aggressive expansion into wholesale and online sales, according to WBJ. The new location in Takoma, formerly occupied by Soupergirl, will feature a retail counter for Sticky Fingers products, a grab-and-go section for local favorites like Soupergirl’s soups, and a larger commercial kitchen.

The bakery announced last March that it will be moving to the former home of Soupergirl, which closed last year after 11 years in the neighborhood to focus on grocery store sales and deliveries.

“Thank you, Columbia Heights, and we look forward to welcoming you all to our new space at 314 Carroll St. NW in Takoma,” Sticky Fingers wrote on its website. “Stay tuned for an opening date.”

Graphic Courtesy of Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats

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