Dublin’s Pepper Pot Café is opening a new bakery in the George’s Street Arcade.
The Pepper Pot Bakery is the sibling to the well-established Pepper Pot Café in the nearby Powerscourt Townhouse. Open Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm, the bakery offers a range of traditional and inventive baked goods and pastries. Fans of the café will be delighted to find the Pepper Pot signature style of modern takes on classics, from fresh baked loafs to cream cakes.
The Pepper Pot Bakery is the second venture for creator and baker Marian Kilcoyne. Her passion for food, taking her time in preparation while using a mix of old techniques and experimentation, quickly won her a loyal fan base of locals and tourists at The Pepper Pot Café. With this new outlet for her produce, even more food lovers can select from the very best of fresh baked breads, pastries, pies, sausage rolls and sandwiches.
The bakery’s menu is geared towards the to-go market, ideal for the market shopper and an outdoor lifestyle with savoury and sweet offerings. Classic loaves include White Crusty Cob €4, Pumpkin Seed and Treacle Brown Soda €4.50, Topped Focaccia €5.50 and Sourdough Market Loaf €5 with treats such as Raspberry Bakewell and Banoffee Brownies. There’s also a selection of French and Scandi style pastries with Croissants and Pain au Chocolat, Danish Pastries and Bagels.
Lunchtime favourites like Meat & Veggie Pies €5 and Sausage Rolls €4 are all made with the Pepper Pot’s own pastry. There is a revamp of the Pepper Pot original sandwich (Pear, Bacon and Cheddar) entering the pastry world as a Danish €5.50.
To drink there’s Katies Kombucha €4 and Club-Mate €3.
Suppliers include Pigs On the Green, The Vilage Dairy, and Tolka Eggs.
The Pepper Pot Café in Powerscourt Townhouse reopen as of July 28th.