Lune Croissanterie's Hot Suburbs
The world-famous croissanterie is popping up around town and delivering pastries to your door during Melbourne's snap lockdown.
A sense of deja vu might've just set in across Melbourne, but Lune Croissanterie is doing its part to make the city's third lockdown better — or tastier, at least. As it did last time, Lune is bringing back its 'hot suburbs'. Obviously, that's great news if you'd like to add a few world-famous pastries to your time at home.
While Lune's Fitzroy and CBD stores are still open for takeaways, Victoria's reinstated five-kilometre rule precludes plenty of folks around town from heading in to pick up a croissant, pain au chocolat, lemon curd cruffin or coconut rough. So, the eatery is popping up in select suburbs and delivering its wares within a five-kilometre radius. The areas change daily, so you'll want to keep an eye on Lune's Instagram feed for the latest details.
At the time of writing, the suburbs for Tuesday, February 16 have been named — so if you live in the Bentleigh, Bentleigh East, McKinnon and Ormond areas, you might want to get ordering. You can pick two slots: from 9am–12pm and 12–3pm.
Orders are only available until sold out, so getting in quickly is recommended.
Images: Marcie Raw.
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