A roundup of some of our favorite bakery websites
While we’ve been putting together our favorite restaurant websites, we also want to give a shout to the bakeries that are standing out online. Here are seven bakery websites to give you design inspiration.
New York, NY
Caffe Marchio emphasizes Roman tradition with their proprietary coffee roast, breakfast sandwiches and pastries. Their online catering order feature makes it easy for guests to order Italian baked goods ahead of time.
Little Tart Bakeshop puts useful information about multiple locations on their homepage, so guests always know where to find their “French-inspired, Southern-inflected” pastries. Showcasing their Instagram gallery doesn’t hurt, either.
New York, NY
Zaro’s Family Bakery has been supplying New York with breads and pastries since 1927, but the online store makes it easy for guests to send a dozen of the bakery’s famed Black and White cookies anywhere in the country as a gift.
San Francisco, CA
We love how Jane’s unique pennant flag logo is prominently featured on their homepage as well as all over the mugs, granola, and coffee they sell on their website. The dropdown navigation makes it easy for guests to find out what’s going on at each of their locations.
Colombia (Multiple Locations)
The Cookie Jaar uses their “About Us” page as a place to explain their vision as a company. The website also features a newsletter sign up button to help them connect with guests.
Du’s Donuts homepage pops thanks to a simple color scheme and sleek top navigation. Du’s website also allows them to take wholesale inquiries directly on their website, adding another revenue stream online.
The hi-res photography on The Fox in the Snow’s website entices customers with beautiful visuals, and the online store showcases quirky brand merchandise like pins, beanies and patches.