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23rd Apr 2020

Six Dublin bakeries still delivering freshly baked goodies

Sarah Finnan

Dublin bakeries

Updated January 10th 2021

We’re dreaming of freshly baked goodies, warm out of the oven.

Ok, we’ll admit it – we fell victim to the homemade banana bread/sourdough trend too, we’d even go so far as to say it was an enjoyable activity… but the novelty of home-baked goods has slowly worn off and we’re craving the real deal. Try as we might, we’ll never nail the delicate art of pastry making quite like the professionals.

While calling into your favourite spot for a croissant and a cup of cha may not be possible at the moment, there are still a number of bakeries doing home deliveries (a home-brewed cuppa might have to do for now).

See below for six divine Dublin bakeries that are still delivering:

The Corner Bakery Terenure

A small neighbourhood bakery in Terenure, The Corner Bakery has bread, cake, buns, pastries and cookies to boot. Order through Deliveroo for same-day delivery or opt for the next-day courier delivery service.


Bread 41

The holy grail of Dublin bakeries, anyone within certain areas – that being the key – of Dublin can avail of home delivery from Bread 41. Fair warning though, two days pre-order is necessary to allow for prep, so be patient as it’s more than worth the wait. You can find more info about delivery options over on their website.


A luxury macaroon brand, French bakery and sweets maker – Laduree is top of our list when we’re in the mood for decadence. Their macaroons come in a variety of flavours and are delivered in a beautifully presented gift box… a slice of Paris on your doorstep.


To say we miss wandering Avoca is a major understatement… luckily you can still get their delicious bread delivered straight to your door. Throw in some scones or a danish too for good measure, sure it’s the weekend.


The Cupcake Store

These guys specialise in quality cupcakes and traybakes, another great shout should you need to celebrate something special… making it through another workweek for example.

dublin bakeries doing home delivery

(Image courtesy of The Cupcake Store)


In business since 1969, Thunders is one of Dublin’s more old-school bakeries. They’re back baking and delivering to Swords, Drumcondra, Charlestown and Ashleaf… and if this chocolate cake is anything to go by, they’re definitely in the running for star baker.

Need inspiration for staying at home? You can check out more of our Lovin Home Comforts content here.

(Header image courtesy of @thecornerbakeryterenure and @bread41dublin)

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