Chicken and artichoke baguette with jalapeño, cream cheese, parsley and oregano
Apple pastry

Daily Bread’s tiny city outpost is here to transform your office lunch hour

Does the team behind Daily Bread ever sleep? Safe to say they’re using their waking hours wisely with a brand new addition to the stable of bakeries. Now, even more Aucklanders can count themselves lucky to have Daily Bread’s artisan baked goods close by.

You’ll find the new location in the form of a clever inner-city kiosk, situated right next to the Saint Patricks Square in the CBD. Designed by renowned architecture firm Monk Mackenzie, it is a perfectly compact outpost for breakfast and lunchtime crowds to visit when the craving strikes for one of Daily Bread’s renowned pastries, sandwiches or pies, or just a coffee or cold drink.

Serving up the same delectable goods found at each one of Daily Bread’s locations, 33 Federal Street also sells loaves of bread to take away — pop out of the office, grab a sammy and a coffee, and a loaf to take home for later. What could be better?

Come summer, the grassy square is bound to be humming thanks to all the surrounding buildings and offices, and with the friendly Daily Bread team on hand to take care of lunch, we can say with certainty the compact cafe will be in hot demand.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 7am — 3pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Daily Bread
33 Federal Street
CBD Auckland


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