Daily Bread’s delicious new inner-city destination marks phase one of its biggest opening to date

Those who frequent the inner CBD may have stumbled across the latest notch on Daily Bread’s belt. Housed opposite the iconic Britomart Station in the lobby of the historic Sofrana Building, this delightfully minimalist space focuses on what the bakery-meet-deli does best — bread.

Daily Bread Britomart

And while the space is now open with Daily Bread’s signature offering: Supreme coffee, fresh loaves of bread, and a cabinet always brimming with their delicious goods (those coveted ham and cheese croissants included), we’ve heard rumours that this is just the beginning. As phase one of the new development, this new opening will soon serve as a takeaway-only space when the flagship store opens next door.

When it eventually opens, the impressive 300sqm flagship (with an additional outdoor seating section) will become a mega-bakery with kitchen and baking facilities on site. The plan is to seat 140 people and branch out into a more extensive menu alongside the beloved traditional range, including salads and a la carte options. It is the first project of this scale for Daily Bread, which we know will be well received among Aucklanders — a testament to the collective appreciation of their food.

Daily Bread Britomart

Daily Bread

Hayman Kronfeld Building,
Level 1, 15 Galway Street,
Britomart, Auckland CBD



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