Ravenhook Bakehouse is committed to making breads and pastries that are all-natural, all local, all the time. We source as many ingredients as possible from local farmers and producers located in, or near, Washington D.C. Check out our partners below- you can find almost all of them at the farmers markets!
Our Local Partners
A fruit and vegetable operation in Smithburg, Maryland focused on sustainable agriculture. We source veggies and herbs for our seasonal focaccia toppings from Matt! We also use their stone fruits, berries, apples, pears and rhubarb in our cobblers and pies.
A much needed market business connecting Pennsylvania Amish farmers to customers in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. We use their veggies and herbs in our seasonal focaccia toppings, and their fruits and berries for our cobblers and pies.
D.C.-based makers of salt-free spice blends. We use the Tuscan Heat blend as the secret ingredient to season our Special focaccia! They also developed our very own Italian Seasoning Blend for our Herb Focaccia.
A 250 year old farm in Rocky Ridge, Maryland known for their pasture-raised cows and chickens. We source farm fresh eggs from Bob and Julie!
An organic farm and garden oasis full of flowers, vegetables, herbs, berries, chickens, and peacocks in Mitchellville, Maryland. We source farm fresh eggs and lots of veggies and herbs for our seasonal focaccia toppings.
A 5th generation family farm near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania growing a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. We use their fruits in our seasonal cobblers and pies.
An organic and sustainable Pennsylvania farm that grows fruits and veggies. We use their high quality fruits in our cobblers, pies, and pastries.
A Pennsylvania area farm that was founded in 1979 and grows a wide variety of fruits. We use their fruits and berries in our seasonal cobblers and pies.
A family-owned and –operated produce farm in Warsaw, Virginia. We use their veggies and herbs in our focaccia toppings.