“We make time for good bread” is our motto. We strive to provide Cache Valley and our Utah farmers markets with the finest breads and pastries possible. Our beautiful bakery is a great place to have breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. Our reception area is a unique spot for weddings, corporate meetings, or family gatherings.
At Crumb Brothers Artisan Bakery you will find:
Artisan breads and pastries, coffee and espresso drinks, breakfast, brunch, and lunch, wine pairing dinners, and lots of local retail and grocery items (Rockhill cheese, Creminelli meats, Slide Ridge Honey products, Caffe Ibis Coffee, Salt & Vinegar Syndicate pickles, etc.)
Can Be Found Here:
- Downtown Farmers Market – Salt Lake City
- Downtown Farmers Market – Winter – Salt Lake City
- Ogden Downtown Farmers Market
- Cache Valley Gardeners Market
- Downtown Winter SLC Farmers
- Our Bakery
A little piece of Europe in the States. I’ve had pastries in every country I’ve been to, which is now over 40. And these, so far, are the best pastries I’ve had in the states. Buttery, flaky, perfection! Also their food and bread is glorious. Best food, best ingredients, all the stars for Crumb brothers!” – Megan Heaps, Google Review
As someone who has been spoiled rotten with opportunities to travel the globe, Crumb Brothers is the only one that not only meets, but exceeds my love for authentic European cafes! You cannot go wrong with any of their pastries or breads, and their head Chef is a master of creating tasty/creative dishes. If you value quality farm to table food, look no further!” – Colene Kleinwaechter, Google Review
Fabulous bread, healthy tasty meals, and Wine Wednesday!” – Joyce Kinkead, Facebook Review
- 291 South 300 West
- Logan, Utah 84321
- Message: email@example.com
Barney Northrup is the award-winning, executive chef for Crumb Brothers Bakery. Barney is passionate about baking and cooking with locally sourced foods. You’ll find him browsing the farmers market for the perfect ingredients to delight the bakery visitors. He also hosts regular food events in Logan to delight the local foodie community.
Rudy Ostrusinik, co-owner of the bakery with his wife Luba, said “When Crumb Brothers originally opened my life quality increased by 100 percent.” Having fond memories of the bread they were used to in Europe, they were ecstatic with the quality of bread coming from the local bakery. So when the original owners decided to retire in 2015, they decided to gamble and buy the business, hiring back the staff and keeping the original formulas, as well as planned new changes for the business.