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Food / May 21, 2021

Bretzel Bakery open a popup in the City Centre

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Food / May 21, 2021

Bretzel Bakery open a popup in the City Centre

Words: Emily Mullen

Loafly news



One of Dublin’s oldest and most loved bakeries have opened a popup in the centre of the city. Bretzel Bakery launched its popup on May 19 calling the spot the Bretzel Food Emporium.

The team announced that “all of our delicious and award-winning bread” will be on sale in the Duke Street spot.

The emporium are serving up coffees from Cork’s Velo Coffee Roasters, and are stocked with loads of Irish produce like teas from McEntee’s, sandwiches from Delicious Food Company, jam from Jamshack, Kefir from Gut Instinct, craft lemonade from Armagh Cider Company.

Established in 1870, the bakery which has embedded itself in Portobello, has a hefty presence around the city stocking some of the top cafes. The bakery won the Supreme Champion award at Irish Food Awards in 2020.

Follow Bretzel Food Emporium on Instagram for more information about their popup.

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