Georgetown Cupcake 2

About a thousand years ago (and by that I mean a couple months), some friends and I headed down to Georgetown to visit the flagship Georgetown Cupcake.

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The line was much longer than the line at the Bethesda location, but it moved pretty quickly.

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An employee came by to pass out menus during our wait, which was thoughtful.

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Once we got inside, the ordering went pretty quickly (thanks no doubt to having had time to peruse the menu while in line).

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I got three cupcakes – caramel apple, chocolate2, and teal velvet (red velvet dyed teal for cancer awareness). They looked lovely, as always.

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Cupcakes acquired, we headed to dinner at TGI Friday’s. After eating we tried our cupcakes.

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Overall, we loved them! The cupcakes were pronounced delicious by all. Here are the more detailed reviews I gathered from my pals:

Chocolate Ganache Cupcake – “Bitter yet sweet treat – completely chocolate, completely delicious.” -Michelle

Banana Honey – “Like a sweet, creamy banana bread that just melts in your mouth and makes your glands water.” -Shadaye

Caramel Apple – Authentic caramel apple taste, like the caramel in the center; tastes like an apple muffin with caramelly frosting; “Good, sweet but not too sweet, not too strong.” -Maria

Cinnamon – “Fantastic!” -Anna

Toffee Crunch – “Yummy in my tummy, I love you Lauren” – Sarah (quoted verbatim as requested!)

Chocolate Mint – preferred to toffee crunch by Sarah – “Perfect ration of mint to chocolate”


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