City Beach just got even better with Perth favourite Mary Street Bakery opening.
Right off the back of Panama Social’s opening last month, hospitality’s dynamic duo (Tiny’s and Offshoot Coffee) Michael Forde and Paul Aron are opening yet another Mary Street Bakery, now in City Beach.
And so there were five – with City Beach now joining the four Mary Street Bakery cafes (Highgate, West Leederville, QV1 and Allendale Square).
With loyal followings, Forde and Aron certainly have mastered the Perth food and coffee scene and we are sure the western suburbs of Perth will be no different for the team.
“We love City Beach. Some of us live in the area, and we’ve wanted a Mary Street Bakery near the beach for some time,” says owner Paul Aron.
The City Beach bakery will serve the brand’s infamous baked goods, including the ever changing flavoured donuts and pasties, as well as their go-to crusty breads. The à la carte menu will feature light and fresh summery styled items as well as Mary Street classics. The coffee is powered by Offshoot Coffee with ready to go batch brew on offer daily.
Much like Mary Street Bakery’s other venues, the City Beach space will use familiar surfaces and styling to stay true to the much-loved MSB vibe. This design is spacious, easy to nip in and grab a takeaway, or sit down and enjoy a relaxed meal with company.“
Mary Street Baker City Beach Opening
Mary Street Bakery is set to open Thursday the 10th of January.
Mary Street Bakery City Beach Location
Mary Street’s new home is opposite a park with a big
Location: Shop 1&2 Empire Village, 31-33 Gayton Road, City Beach
Hours: Mon – Sun 7:00am – 4:00pm
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