First look at GAIL's bakery in Bristol ahead of its opening

The bakery officially opens its doors tomorrow (May 2).

A new bakery will be opening its door at Regent Street in Clifton tomorrow (May 2).

GAIL’s bakery has been serving top restaurants and food venues over the last 30 years and opened their first neighbourhood bakery in London’s Hampstead Village in 2005. The store in Bristol will be their first of its kind in the South West.

The bakery is known for its sourdough bread, sweet and savoury bakes, freshly made sandwiches and house-blend speciality coffee, and the Clifton bakery will champion several south-west producers, such as Shipton Mill flour, Quicke’s dairy and biodiversity champions, Wildpress.

GAIL’s Clifton Village will be open from 7am until 7pm daily, with the space being available for charities and community groups to use outside of these times.

Visitors to GAIL’s can expect a plentiful range of baked and fresh goodies, including seasonal specialities such as Chicken, Tarragon & Ham Hand-Pies, Sour Cherry and Chocolate Scones and Crispy Squash & Sage Challah sandwiches.

Scroll through to have a first look at GAIL’s Bakery Clifton Village ahead of its opening tomorrow.

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