Levain Bakery is one of those places that if you know it, you know it. And if you don’t know it, you should. The New York based bakery began in 1995, when Connie MacDonald and Pam Weekes – two friends with a love of baking – opened their first location. Their signature giant cookies, crispy on the outside, gooey on the inside and available in 5 flavors, are the reason people stand in line, but the bakery offers a delicious selection of other baked goods.

Levain opened their newest location on Newbury Street in Boston this spring. The interior sports a stunning mural that captures Boston’s architectural and historic landmarks. The Boston mural was designed by Libby VanderPloeg and painted by Matt Meyer.

When MacDonald and Weekes were planning this location, they chose Curava in Arctic for their countertop surfaces and selected Merrimack Stone to fabricate and install the countertops.

Curava is a beautiful and durable surface that will stand up to the needs and use of a busy café and bakery. Hygienic, non-porous and easy to clean, it is stain and etch resistant and needs no sealing. Curava is also an excellent surface for home use. It comes in a variety of colors that will make a style statement in a kitchen, bathroom or as a furniture top.

If you are planning a kitchen renovation, visit our showroom to see the beautiful colors of Curava, as well as our selection of natural stone, quartz and porcelain surfaces and find the perfect surface for your home renovation project.

Be sure to visit Levain Bakery and check out the mural and the Curava countertops while you’re there. And don’t forget to save us a cookie! Plus, we’d love to see photos of your visit on social media!

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