Family owned sinced 2005
Beverly Bakery started out as a full line bakery with the goal of baking memories. It is a place where a 16- year- old can work their first job. Neighbors can run into each other, picking up a fresh roasted pound coffee for home or picking up donuts for the firehouse. It is a place of community built by all of your great suggestions.
Like our family the bakery has changed over the years. Meet our family:
Jim Quigley, our main coffee roaster has brought his passion for great coffee to the neighborhood and his appetite for a great breakfast to the table. (Carry out and delivery only for now.)
Megan Quigley, who has roasted thousands of pounds of coffee, blessed with coffee roasting in her DNA. She is a customer service expert and can knock out a excel spread sheet in no time: a graduate of the University of Illinois Chicago, Entrepreneurship. Most know her as a Beverly Art Walk artist, come check out her paintings and earrings any day of the week.
Lauren Quigley, you may see here visiting, picking up a coffee or breakfast. She has been on the bakery's Board of Directors since she was nine. She said the bakery needs an "about section," on the website, tada.
Finally, Jean Marie Quigley an "enigma," quoting my high school guidance counselor; whose career aptitude test said, that I would make a great floral shop owner, weird, right.
Now, to introduce important family members customers know and love.
Sharon Quigley: musician, music teacher (Beverly Art Center) and an early bird, icing the donuts and starting the coffee in the morning at the bakery.
Auntie Barbara: hospitality expert, known for her wit, and the creator of "Dance Friday at the Beverly Bakery," is using her creative abilities outside the bakery: We have plenty of batteries for her "Golden Microphone," when it is time to bring back "Dance Friday."