It’s the sweetest time of year, but also the busiest. Why do your own holiday baking when you can support your local bakery? We’ve got you covered in finding some delicious pastries to pair with your comforting cup of Counter Culture Coffee. If you’re anywhere near these places, you’re welcome!
The Chocolate Chip Bakery – Miami, Florida
The Chocolate Chip Bakery pastries are entirely vegan and gluten-free, making for a memorable experience. The best selling item is the Cafe con Leche donut, made with Counter Culture Coffee.
The Little Tart Bakeshop – Atlanta, Georgia
The Little Tart Bakeshop serves delicious, thoughtfully-produced pastry sourced from local farmers, jam makers, beekeepers, cheesemakers, and butchers. Oh, and did we mention that they also serve Counter Culture Coffee?
Red Truck Bakery, named after the truck the owners bought from fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, is a renowned, rural bakery born in a farmhouse. Travel + Leisure named it one of the best small-town bakeries in America, and they now ship nationwide!
Village Sweet Bakery – Arlington, Virginia
Village Sweet Bakery produces beautiful treats with a focus on fresh, seasonal, and local ingredients. Their wide selection of items includes scones, bread, cookies, and granola, in addition to coffee!
Druthers – Long Island, New York
Druthers brings an unexpected twist to familiar pastries, which they bake from scratch daily. Try their chocolate chip cookie, made with dark chocolate and topped with flaky Maldon sea salt, paired with a cup of Forty-Six. They’re the perfect match!
The Good Batch – Brooklyn, New York
The Good Batch’s specialties include hearty cookies and baked goods, pastry-forward ice cream sandwiches, and delectable cakes. They just introduced a cinnamon cheesecake, which pairs quite well with a cup of coffee.
Lodi – New York, New York
Lodi creates bread and pastries with craftsmanship and character that reflect its Italian aperitivo culture. Stop by Lodi for a morning espresso or late-afternoon cocktail!
Orwashers – New York, New York
Orwashers’ rich history is celebrated throughout their range of high-quality products. Serving Counter Culture Coffee and baked goods from locally-sourced ingredients have become key parts of the store’s identity.
Yuki’s Bakery and Coffee – Hoboken, New Jersey
Born and raised in Israel, Yuki (Aviyah) Levinson, always had a passion for food. After managing kitchens and restaurant operations in NYC that served Counter Culture Coffee, Yuki decided to open her own shop in the heart of Hoboken and continue working with the CCC team. Yuki’s Bakery and Coffee specializes in Yuki’s famous babka, Challah bread, borek, rugelach, vegan oat cookies.
Market Square Bakehouse – Amesbury, Massachusetts
Market Square Bakehouse is a specialty coffeehouse and bakery that builds community through coffee and decadent pastries. Can’t beat that!
Warehouse 4 – Ohio and Arkansas
Warehouse 4 is the caffeinated escape you’ve been looking for! With delicious, local organic food, Counter Culture Coffee, and a variety of teas, the Warehouse 4 has now extended their Ohio business to a third location in Searcy, Arkansas.
Wild Love Bakehouse – Knoxville, Tennessee
Wild Love Bakehouse is a neighborhood bakery and coffee shop that focuses on seasonal and local ingredients in crafting scratch-made pastries. The secret ingredient is that they’re made with love!
Louie and Honey's Kitchen - Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Louie and Honey's is a mother and daughter bakery which uses seasonal ingredients to create decadent desserts. Along with coffee, you can find nostalgic cakes and pies with modernized twists influenced by European food trends.
The Table - Asheboro, North Carolina
Located in the heart of North Carolina, The Farm restaurant and bakery is a place to get together over coffee and great food. The building was once an office space for a mill and is now commonplace in downtown Asheboro.
Mad Hatter's - Durham, North Carolina
Mad Hatter's Cafe and Bakeshop has been serving the Duke and Durham communities since 1992. With a focus on fresh, local ingredients, you can grab a morning pasty, lunch break, or celebrate with a decadent cake. Consider this blog your sign to sit back, relax, and enjoy a sweet treat and cup of coffee. You deserve it! If you own a shop and are looking to serve sustainable, quality coffee, fill out this form to get in contact with your local representative.