A Baked Joint Washington DC

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A Baked Joint – Weekend morning biscuits

DC locals will tell you that Georgetown Cupcake is overrated, and you have to go to Baked & Wired. I personally think it’s fun to try them both, but Baked & Wired really does have big, unique cupcakes I tend to crave. And their sister restaurant, A Baked Joint, is where I get my savory fix.

I went to A Baked Joint for the first time with my friend one Saturday morning. She said they had the best biscuits. Since I knew Baked & Wired had amazing coffee, I didn’t need any convincing. That morning I took the metro over to Gallery Place, passing by the cute new City Center DC road on the way. I arrived to a packed counter.

There was literally nowhere to sit, it was so crowded. The menu was simple, with the perfect mix of breakfast favorites – from “biscuit sammies” to quiche and crème brûlée French toast. We each ordered a biscuit sammie, lattes, and two of their homemade dessert bars; one with toffee, the other granola. We found a seat by the window and chatted for a few hours in there.

If you’re looking for a coffee shop with food that will keep you full and feel the creative side of DC, definitely head to A Baked Joint.

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Details about this spot



K Street Northwest 440, Washington DC

Telephone number


Opening Times

Mon & Wed 07:00 - 18:00, Tue & Fri 07:00 - 22:00, Sat - Sun 08:00 - 18:00


Biscuit Sammie: US$ 5.75


Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)