Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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It might conceivably happen...

...and if it did...
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... then a half-con in Western Australia should definitely take in this venue: The Bakery Artrage Complex (featuring the Breadbox Gallery, and a bar).

I think there are, maybe, two other 'bakers within 1000 miles of Perth, but I don't know if they'd be interested.

pertinax, Nov 03 2007

http://www.artrage.com.au/bakery/ [pertinax, Nov 03 2007]

This particular bakery is no more. http://www.nowbaking.com.au/
Venue in Perth, Australia [AusCan531, Feb 01 2017]


       I was going to suggest we make this happen - but it seems that particular Bakery seems to have closed its doors in 2015 [link] That's a shame as Liveguide gave it a 0/10 rating which makes it my kind of place. An alternative [pertinax]?
AusCan531, Feb 01 2017

       That would be awesome. I have always wanted to meet my Australian counterparts. Try another bakery, perhaps?
blissmiss, Feb 01 2017

       Now I know you're interested, I'll definitely try to think of another venue. Meanwhile, I'll work on my lightning repartee.
pertinax, May 02 2017

       Right. Yes. Venues. Perth has the only bell tower in the world engineered to make the bells inaudible from outside. That's pretty half-baked, but it doesn't sell beer. But somewhere on the river-front nearby might be nice.
pertinax, Mar 05 2018

       Tumbleweeds ...   

       Maybe I should make the title less downbeat.
pertinax, Mar 06 2018


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