Cult bakery Daily Bread has opened a new Parnell outpost

Almost immediately after it opened, Daily Bread — a bakery project from the team behind Orphans Kitchen — became something of an institution. Thanks to its wholesome baked goods, many of which are gluten-free friendly, and with a healthy, holistic bent, it has become the place to go for people from all over Auckland, who now flock to Point Chev to procure their daily (/weekly) bread.

The great news is that they now have a new Parnell location where said goods — loaves of bread, pastries and croissants — can be obtained from a slick yet simple shop front on Faraday Street. Located cheek-by-jowl with architecture firm Fearon Hay, this new (and we hope permanent — although it hasn’t been confirmed) Daily Bread is where filter coffee awaits, alongside a spate of treats, for morning punters who can also pick up a loaf of their signature bread for later.

If you, like many, can’t get enough of what Daily Bread has to offer, we suggest you profit from this stellar new setup.

Open 7 days, from 8am-2pm

Daily Bread Parnell

15 Faraday Street


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