The bakery is known for their fancy loaves of bread, maple bacon brioche and afternoon tea treats.
Ahead of their opening on June 7, Gail’s will participate in the much-loved Manchester Flower Festival; collaborating with local artist Amy Coney who will be live painting a floral mural onto the windows and award winning local florist Chloe Robinson who has worked with Cheshire growers to create hand posies which will be given away with a loaf of GAIL’s Waste Less Sourdough (between 11-1pm on May 27 and 28, whilst stocks last).
Gail’s “believe in making good bread” and “insist on the finest ingredients” to make freshly baked, lovingly crafted loaves, pastries, cakes, breakfasts and lunches. Gail’s even offers a ‘waste not’ range which consists of a seasonal selection made with ingredients like off-cuts and wonky fruit that might otherwise be wasted. Almond croissants, ham and cheese croissants and chocolate babka are just some of the treats on offer in the range. Plus, they even have their own house blend of coffee beans to help you wash down those artisan sourdough rolls.
The site on King Street, not far from Deansgate, will see the bakery join the likes of Franco Manco, El Gato Negro, Tast Catala and Petit Paris Deli.
Find Gail’s at 46 King Street, Manchester, M2 4LG.