baking exploration by filipino and danish baker Marianna Zapanta
Why is Mar Z Pan closing??
See here for the full reason. Short reason is that I am moving the Kansas City, Missouri with my partner to be closer to her family. Mar Z Pan is open through September 15th, so keep placing orders through then and stay tuned to this website and social media to keep following Mar Z Pan after that!
It’s a bread delivery service that brings fresh, artisan bread to your door on a regular (weekly, biweekly, or monthly) schedule! Fill out the form on the bottom of the bread club page or email email@example.com to sign up. Subscriptions can be totally customized (you choose the type and how much bread) and can be paused or cancelled at any time. Sign up quickly because there are limited spots available!
What types of payments are accepted?
Mar Z Pan can accept cash or debit/credit card. Can be paid in person at time of delivery/pickup or be paid ahead of time online through an invoice.
How do I receive my order?
Orders can be scheduled for pick up (in West Oakland) or delivered directly to you (delivery fee varies).
Are there delivery fees?
For small orders (bread, pandesal, macarons, etc.), deliveries to Oakland/Emeryville/Berkeley/Alameda are $3. Please inquire about other cities or large cake or catering orders. Pickup in West Oakland is always free.
How much are cakes?
Cakes depend on size, flavor, and decorations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
Can I get individual baked goods?
Unfortunately because everything offered is made to order, the minimum amount for most orders is a dozen because smaller batches cannot generally be made.
Can I order a variety of flavors of donuts, macarons, etc?
Sure! As long as the minimum for any type of order is a dozen. For example, you can order a dozen macarons with 4 mango, 4 ube, and 4 lingonberry or a dozen vegan sourdoughnuts with half ube glaze and half buko pandan. Just note what you want in the order form!