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Sticky Fingers Honors

Washington DC’s vegan bakery Sticky Fingers is voted a finalist in citywide cupcake contest.

Last week, fans voted plant-based bakery Sticky Fingers into the final round of voting in a cupcake contest held by The Washingtonian's Best Bites food blog. The vegan confectioners creamed the bakers at Lavender Moon to make it to the semi-finals, but were beaten in the final round of voting by sugary treat shop Something Sweet. Sticky Fingers is also currently nominated for three awards in Washington City Paper's 2010 Best of DC awards for Best Bakery, Best Cupcake, and Best Vegan Restaurant. The awards are determined by polling readers, and winners will be announced in late March.

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