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DC’s Sticky Fingers Bakery Lands in NYC!

Sticky Fingers Bakery's cinnamon buns are to die for.

Sticky Fingers Bakery’s cinnamon buns are to die for.

Scheduled to open at the end of April 2008 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is an outpost of DC’s much beloved, all-vegan Sticky Fingers Bakery. Many New Yorkers (as in myself included) are known to mail order and bring back from DC box-loads of their uber-yummy, super gooey cinnamon buns and other awesome treats like their cowvin cookies, little devils, and chocolate chimp bread.

Sticky Fingers Bakery NYC will be a wholesale and distribution center instead of a storefront (their staff are currently pounding the pavement to various cafes, coffeeshops, and restaurants in the city to pick up accounts). It will not feature all of the DC headquarters’ offerings, it will instead concentrate on “breakfast items” – I sure hope cinnamon buns fall into this category!

Welcome Sticky Fingers to NYC!!


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    i hope they hit cafe grumpy. i was soo excited about this (i live in greenpoint and love sticky fingers) that i ran to tell my oscar in the other room. but then i came back and finished reading and see it’s wholesale and now i’m sad! i hope they open a storefront later maybe? please please.

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    I hope for y’all’s sake they have the veggie breakfast sandwiches. I find it odd they opened an outlet in South Korea before opening up additional storefronts in the U.S.

    I’m lucky enough to live a 15-minute walk from the Columbia Heights location–woot.

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    That is AWESOME! I haven’t had a chance to get to DC & I’d love to try their goodies.; looks like I need to come back to NYC!

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    As someone who has been to their Columbia Heights location a few times (every time I am in DC) I am excitedot be able to get their stuff here. I can’t wait to find out who is going to carry their stuff and frequent them.

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    While variety is welcomed by most vegans, I wonder just WHERE Sticky Fingers intends on peddling their goods? Vegan Treats has been in New York for almost 10 years, it seems like a blunt middle finger to a product that is of impeccable quality and taste. While I think it counter productive to put down any vegan business, I think it distasteful and pointless for Sticky Fingers to be opening a wholesale bakery in New York.

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    vegansweetie: sticky fingers makes fairly different products and i have no doubt that vegan sweets will not lose any business from this. there are lots of other vegan baked goods being distributed in new york. there is also the issue of vegan sweets not appealing to all vegan baked goods eaters and our appreciating the possibility of new flavors in the mix. do you think it’s distasteful for there to be several non-vegan baked goods companies distributing in nyc? do you think vegan sweets should be the only distributed baked goods in the city?