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DC’s Sticky Fingers Debuts New Menu & Milkshakes

Plant-based favorite Sticky Fingers bakery rolled out a new menu and is now offering dairy-free milkshakes and more.

Locals and visitors of the nation’s capitol can now enjoy a cool, sweet dairy-free milkshake at Washington, DC’s Sticky Fingers bakery, as well as additional vegan menu items. The well-established and beloved cruelty-free bakery may be known for its sweet dough buns and oatmeal sandwich Cowvin Cookies, but it recently debuted a brand new menu boasting thick milkshakes in a variety of flavors including Cookies ‘n’ Shake, Vanilla Brownie, and Espresso. Sticky Fingers’ shakes are made with SO Delicious Dairy Free Frozen Dessert. The bakery is also now offering vegan doughnuts such as Boston cream, lemon-filled, or raspberry-filled on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and daily savory options including hot-off-the grill burgers, healthy wraps, and colorful salads.

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