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Two Lune Croissanteries are Opening in Sydney to Open This Year


If you’re a Sydneysider whose morning croissant and coffee ritual is more important than life itself, things are about to take an exciting turn. Lune Croissanterie is opening two outposts in Sydney this year: one in the Rosebery Engine Yards and a second in Metro Martin Place. Both venues are on track to open this year at around the same time. They expect to bake more than 38,000 pastries each week, far more than other outposts, so the one-hour-long queues shouldn’t be an issue (fingers crossed!).

The news of the highly anticipated opening comes alongside news of a change in venue. Originally slated to open on Oxford Street in Darlinghurst, Lune’s Sydney flagship venue will now be at a heritage, sustainable reuse development just south of the city. “Due to unforeseen delays with Darlinghurst, we’ve shifted to a new location in order to keep our plans on track and honour our commitment to bring the Lune experience to Sydney in 2024,” said Lune Founder, Kate Reid.

“The Rosebery site aligns perfectly with our vision, and we’re excited to have that opening in sight. The new Rosebery venue is transforming and will provide the perfect backdrop for all your croissant dreams.”

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Almond croissant | Image: LUNE

Since Lune’s launch in 2012, countless sceptics have been turned with these picture-perfect croissants. But what makes the pastries so irresistible? Each Lune croissant is handmade, in fact, it takes the chefs 3 days to make each Lune croissant. This is what sets Lune apart from other bakeries and what’s behind the delectable, melt-in-your-mouth, flaky goodness. While most famous for croissants, all of Lune’s pastries are just as delicious and only placed on the shelves after going through rigorous testing and experimentation. 

Those who have been lucky enough to visit Lune’s iconic Fitzroy flagship in Melbourne or one of the stores in Brisbane will know what all the fuss is about. If you haven’t, then you’re in for a treat (literally). The brainchild of Kate Reid, a former Formula 1 aerodynamicist who also loves making pastries, the croissanterie combines the precision of engineering with the craft of baking, and the results speak for themselves.

If all this talk is making you salivate, don’t worry, you will be enjoying your daily croissant ritual at Lune very soon when the Rosebery Engine Yards and Metro Martin Place locations open sometime in 2024.

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Lune founder Kate Reid | Image: LUNE

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