From Pasadena to Venice Beach, Crew Apparel Is Making Waves in California

We love a homegrown success story - especially if it involves your favorite coffee shop. Today, we've got two such stories for you. See how two rad companies customize the same apron to fit in with their brand and aesthetic!

The Great White of Venice Beach, California 

The menu at Great White is described as "coastal-Californian," with a focus on fresh local ingredients. They also take pride in serving everything from flat whites to cappuccinos all day, every day. Open from 7 am to 5 pm, you can start your day with savory treats like smoked salmon and fresh arugula, or the seasonal fruit of the Blue Smoothie Bowl. Or, fuel your day with lunch offerings ranging from burgers to ancient grains. 

If you catch a glimpse customized aprons bearing the chain stitching logo of a shark, you'll know we're there. (P.S. you can also nab this apron here to wear in your own kitchen!)

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Jones Coffee Roasters of Pasadena, California 

One a hillside in Guatemala lies the Finca Dos Marias, or the Farm of the Two Marias. This ecologically and socially conscious farm has been family owned and operated since the 1870s. Today, its locally roasted produce can be enjoyed at Jones Coffee. 

"From the worker on the finca, to the barista serving the finished cup of coffee, each is an integral part of the process and crucial to its success." This coffee shop, therefore, outfits its baristas in the best barista aprons, complete with custom stitching and embroidery. 
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Do you want to be part of the #uniformrevolution? Shop Crew Apparel's selection of chef coats, aprons, bistro aprons, crossback aprons, and customized aprons, all made in LA. Order your chef coats, chef tee and aprons with logo embroidery or screen print today. Then, send us a direct message on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook - @crewapparelusa, or email us at We'd love to see photos of how your rocks our aprons.

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