Now Open: Doughcraft Has Launched Its Second Bakery and Deli in the Brisbane CBD — and It’s Also a Wine BarPosted by On

If you’ve ever stopped by Doughcraft in Albion, where it slings pistachio praline croissants, truffle danishes, lemon meringue croissant tarts, chocolate and raspberry brioche, Vegemite sticks and more, and wished that you could add a cocktail over charcuterie to your visit, the bakery chain has you covered at its new CBD outpost. The European-style venture is indeed a chain now, with its second location now open in Mary Street. Its second eatery is a panini-and-vino kind of place, too.

It’s been two years since Doughcraft initially opened its debut location, joining Craft’d Grounds‘ inner-north dining precinct. Because there’s no such thing as too much of its pastries and bread, hitting Brisbane’s inner city has now followed. The menu is different. This venue isn’t just a bakery and deli, but a wine bar as well. And while it only operates on weekdays, it stays open till 7pm from Thursday–Friday for after-work sips.

Whether you sit by the window overlooking the street for a stint of people-watching, or you choose to get comfortable beneath the interior art — murals that take their cues from Keith Haring, plus a framed gallery that features pieces by Brisbane artists, with the work showcased set to rotate — you can feast your way through Doughcraft’s French- and Italian-leaning bites. If you’ll follow Doughcraft’s croissants anywhere, the same delights made with Normandy butter remain one of the venue’s pride and joys.

Expect to be tempted, by the croissants and…

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