Australia’s much beloved Banjo’s Bakery Café is set to make its debut at Glenelg with the opening of its 41st store tomorrow, 19th September 2019.
For more than three decades, Banjo’s Bakery Café has served delicious baked goods to its customers and those with a sweet tooth. With more than 30 stores in its home state of Tasmania, the successful bakery café franchise also has stores across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
The new Glenelg bakery and breakfast spot provides a range of freshly made pastries, sweets, sandwiches, coffee, tea and more, plus catering. Breakfast items include croissants, brioche and toasties. It also boasts traditional breads, speciality breads and rolls including delicious pitas and pull-a-parts.
Banjo’s Bakery Café Owner, Tony New, says “Our Banjo’s philosophy results in a large number of loyal customers, many of whom make a visit to Banjo’s part of their daily routine.
“Everything we sell is made fresh on site by our bakers every single day. We bake a superior loaf and our bread is still made the traditional way, preservative free, fresh, soft and delicious,” says Tony New.
More than 11 million customers visit Banjo’s stores across Australia each year, and the addition of the Glenelg store will only add to this strong figure.
The Adelaide store will employ more than 20 local staff members at its new location: Shop 1/15 Moseley Square, Glenelg (the former site of Lone Star Ribhouse and McDonald’s.)
To celebrate its Glenelg opening on 19th September, Banjo’s Glenelg will be giving away 1000 free savouries from 6 am to 6 pm.
Each year across all its stores, Banjo’s give away over two million dollars’ worth of product.
“Banjo’s has a strong community focus and is dedicated to giving back through its support in sponsorship and donations to local organisations,” says Tony new.
“Banjo’s help many community, sporting and school groups fundraise throughout the year and welcome groups and clubs to contact the store to find out how.”
With plans to bring more of its bakeries to South Australia, Banjo’s Glenelg Sales Manager, James Lamont, says, “It’s very exciting to be a part of the team bringing this delight to South Australia. I’m so impressed with the quality of the Banjo’s product and I think the people of Adelaide will be too.”
WHERE: Shop 1, 15 Moseley Square, Glenelg