Dog Tag Bakery Celebrates Ribbon-Cutting on Grace Street

Dog Tag Bakery co-founders Connie Milstein and Rev. Rick Curry, S.J., at the ribbon-cutting  May 4.
Photo by Sonya Bernhardt
Dog Tag Bakery co-founders Connie Milstein and Rev. Rick Curry, S.J., at the ribbon-cutting May 4.

Dog Tag Bakery, a non-profit bakery that employs veterans, cut the ribbon May 4 at 3206 Grace St., NW.

Here’s how the non-profit business describes itself: “The bakery will feature an assortment of baked breads from Father Curry’s book, ‘The Secret’s of Jesuit Bread Making,’ as well as specialty, seasonal and holiday items. The bakery will also offer light fare for breakfast and lunch and a full-service coffee and beverage bar. Dog Tag Bakery will also produce homemade dog biscuits for our canine customers. The bakery will be a self-sustaining vehicle for supporting and funding our veteran’s program. Our building will be fully ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant and will provide classroom and meeting space. Our intent is to provide the critical business and life skills in the classroom that our staff can then learn experimentally through their internship at the bakery.”

The unique bakery plans to open later this year.

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