Humble Bakery Is Opening an Ongoing Pop-Up Weekend Bakery Next to Continental Deli in Newtown

One month on from A.P. Bakery arriving in a sleepy Newtown backstreet, another much-hyped Sydney baked goods hub is arriving in the bustling Inner West suburb. Humble Bakery, the popular Surry Hills (and more recently Circular Quay) spot, is opening an ongoing pop-up, bringing its cakes, finger buns and coffee to Newtown every Saturday and Sunday.

The pop-up will be located next door to the inaugural Continental Deli Bar Bistro on Australia Street. Each weekend, it will open at 9am and offer fresh baked goods and 212 BLU coffee until sold out.

Humble opened in Surry Hills in late 2020 from the team behind other hit Sydney venues Porteno, WyNo X Bodega and Bastardo. The bakery quickly built a reputation for its tasty croissants, toasties, cakes, bread and, most of all, its fluffy finger buns topped with a healthy serving of bright pink icing — one of our picks for the best finger buns in Sydney.

Following the success of the original inner-city location, Humble expanded to Circular Quay earlier this year as part of the new Quay Quarter Lanes dining precinct alongside the likes of Hinchcliff House, Bar Mammoni, Besuto, Londres 126 and Marrickville Pork Roll.

While an official menu for Humble’s foray into the Inner West hasn’t been revealed, you can expect all the classics from the other two bakeries. The best way to discover what this pop-up location will have on offer? Dropping down to Australia Street one weekend morning for a baked treat.

Humble Bakery Newtown will open on Saturday, August 5 at 208 Australia Street, Newtown. It will operate 9am–2pm — or until sold out — on Saturdays and Sundays.

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