North Melbourne’s Bread Club, famous for its almond croissants, mortadella baguettes and hot cross buns, has delighted locals with the news that those further south will be able to delight in its goodies, announcing they’re opening a second store in late February.
Owners Tim Beylie and Brice Antier announced on Instagram the arrival of the new store, which will be located at Albert Park.
“We’d like to thank our incredible team, our wonderful suppliers and all of our customers for an epic first year! We can’t wait to open Albert Park and continue baking our hearts out for all our North Melbourne customers. Peace Tim & Brice.”
The first Bread Club opened in North Melbourne a year ago, and quickly became a hot favourite for locals. But it was the non-locals who inspired the need for a second store, with Melbourne’s strict lockdowns last year proving a challenge for those more than five kilometres from the store.
When the lockdown lifted, the team at Bread Club received requests from customers to open a store further south, and following on from the success of the first store, they made it happen.
Bread Club at 65 Cardigan Place, Albert Park, will be open daily from late February.