Readers have chosen their favorite D.C. coffee shop. And the winner is …

... Georgetown's Baked & Wired.

Washington has seen dozens of new coffee shops open in the past five years, but it's the spunky, high-on-life stalwart of Thomas Jefferson Street NW -- where you've been able to pair your espresso with a cupcake for more than 10 years --  that rallied to the top of a very divided reader poll.

Washington, DC - August, 11: The extreme success of Georgetown Cupcakes is causing a neighborhood rift on the residential streets just off M Street as neighbors, fed up with the long queue to get into the store, have hung bedsheets touting the cupcakes at rival Baked & Wired, and Georgetown Cupcakes has had to post an employee outside to manage the lines on August, 11, 2010 in Washington, DC. Pictured, interior of Baked and Wired, a coffee and pastry shop. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Inside our winner, Baked & Wired, where the baked goods rival the coffee. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

 Read: Vote: What's the best coffeeshop in Washington?

Baked & Wired's 10 percent of the tally hardly seems like a landslide because the 2,000-plus votes were largely split among the 30 contenders picked by the editors. This year, we experimented by splitting up locations of chainlets such as Peregrine Espresso to see whether readers preferred one location over another. (They did.)  But Baked & Wired came out on top, with the Coffee Bar, Tryst, 2012 winner Blind Dog Cafe and Northside Social rounding out the top five.

Next time you're looking for a place to plop down with your laptop and a cortado? Check out our full list of the city's best coffee shops below.

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