Central Coast’s Burnt Honey Bakery has announced an impending second location—with a bit of a difference.
Owners Hayley Thorncraft and Jo Fairall, who opened Burnt Honey in Copacabana in late 2019—just before the devastating Black Summer bushfires and the coronavirus pandemic hit—revealed the exciting plans in an Instagram post on February 8.
“We got the keys, and one ma-hoo-sive to-do list,” the post read.
They went on to explain that the new store in Long Jetty, which they hope to open in April, will not have coffee “for a whole bunch of reasons that we won’t go into”.
“There’s loads of coffee in Long Jetty already so you’ll be able to grab a cup then pop over for a pastry and a loaf of bread,” they reassured customers. Since opening Burnt Honey, Jo and Hayley have been passionate about sustainability, extending to using re-usable cups only for coffee.
They’re also introducing Burnt Honey Bakers Pantry, which will stock specialist baking ingredients to begin, with plans to add baking tools and equipment not readily available on the coast and specially curated baking cookbooks once established.
To begin with, the Long Jetty store will be opened Friday through Sunday.