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Paddock Bakery: Taking doughnuts and sourdough to go

May 2020 | Dominica Czaczka

From serving hordes of hungry locals to widespread hospitality closures : How this Miami hotspot pivoted their business to stay afloat during a global pandemic.

An iconic fixture on the Gold Coast café scene, Paddock Bakery needs no introduction. The foodie haven is renowned for its heavenly baked goods and epic brunch menu, with locals congregating in droves on a daily basis. The usually bustling café  was brought to a halt when Covid-19 federal government restrictions forced widespread hospitality closures across Australia.

The family-owned business spent the first two weeks isolating and closely monitoring the events surrounding Covid-19 and the effects on the local community. They soon discovered the Gold Coast community had a common desire to live a quality life, whilst keeping safe. After taking every precaution, the team changed their usual tact and adapted their business model so they could reopen their doors – and so the Paddock Bakery Drive-Thru was born. This is their story:

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