A destination for people who care about good bread since the mid-80s
Continental and Irish traditions meet at this popular bakery. It’s easy to spot thanks to the mural of Ennistymon town by artist Kevin Mulligan that adorns the gable wall and here, behind an otherwise traditional shopfront, lies the genial Stephan Unglert’s little shop - a destination for people who care about real bread since the mid-80s.
Also other baked goods - good pastry, homemade cakes - some local produce and health foods; useful to know about if you’re self-catering in the area, or to pick up a picnic.
Open Tue-Sat 9-6.
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