A new bakery called Marmalade has opened for business on Galway city's Middle Street.
Featuring a Scandinavian-inspired interior that includes a large glass window that allows customers to watch the baking process, Marmalade is owned by Michelle Crehan-Kavanagh of Galway café and restaurant The Kitchen.
Crehan-Kavanagh stated, "The inspiration for Marmalade came from time spent travelling in Europe. In each city and town I was in, I always found myself on the hunt for that little corner bakery where you find all the locals and the best food. I wanted to bring this concept back with me to Galway, and I’m delighted to officially open our doors to the public."
Offerings And Opening Hours
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In addition to organic sourdoughs made with local ingredients, the new bakery serves a selection of freshly-baked pastries and offers takeaway breakfast and lunch options, as well as freshly-roasted Red Eye coffee.
Marmalade is located at No. 3 Middle Street, Galway, and opens from 8.30am until 4pm Tuesday to Friday and from 9am until 4pm on Saturdays.
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