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[DC - Georgetown] Dog Tag Bakery - Help Military Veterans (and Families) transition from Military to Civilian Lives

I stumbled upon Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown a while back and have gone back a few times since then.


Dog Tag Bakery has a pretty unique concept. Some proceeds of every sale go to support troops that have returned home in their transition back to civilian life.

So, deal alert - if you check in on Yelp, they give you a free iced coffee (or at least they did the last time I went), which is ridiculously great! The iced coffee at Dog Tag Bakery is so good and strong. I definitely recommend it even if the Yelp deal is no longer available.

This visit, I got the Oreo Cream Pie because it sounded like a major treat and my friend got a slice of Key Lime Pie.

I wish I would have gotten the Key Lime Pie instead! 





The Oreo Cream Pie is pretty good if you like chocolate. It definitely lives up to the name. The crust is made of Oreo crumbles, there are pieces of Oreo throughout and then there are more Oreo crumbles on top. The cream pie part is luckily not overly sweet, it's definitely more on the cream side.


The Key Lime cheesecake is slightly smaller slice, but the flavor is packed in there. It's sweet and tart, but also creamy. I definitely recommend trying this pie if you get the chance.

This is the Turkey, Feta, Spinach Scone. I wanted to try something savory. It was very good! I definitely recommend checking this out if you go for breakfast and want something savory and hearty, but don't feel like trying one of their breakfast sandwiches that they make to order.

Here's some snapshots of the bakery cases! There are some seasonal Halloween cakes, cake pops, and cupcakes. So cute!









The menu (click to enlarge):







*FTC Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links which means, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through the links provided and make a purchase.*

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