Partners

These are some of our partners and local producers:

 

Antiques & Design:

We can’t take all the credit for our homey store interiors. Le Pain Quotidien partners with Antiques & Design, the original craftsman of the first communal table, for all our store design needs. Antiques & Design, a Belgian company, specializes in the rustic, rural style furnishings we love at Le Pain Quotidien.

Tartine Organic Bakery

Food lover and artisan baker Thibault Peigne is passionate about baking bread and uses the finest organic ingredients and traditional methods. A member of Real Bread Ireland, Thibault created Tartine Organic Bakery to provide the best freshly baked sourdough breads.

Connolly’s Eggs

Connolly's Organic Eggs are Ireland's largest organic egg producer and packer, based in the unspoilt countryside of County Monaghan. Approved by both Bord Bia and the Organic Trust, Connolly's are a specialist and dedicated organic egg farm which prides itself on its animal welfare standards and unique organic feeds, which all help to produce Ireland's best tasting organic eggs.

Featherbed Farm Ice Cream

In 2009 brothers Paul and Simon Cooper joined forces to start an artisan ice cream making business in Oylegate, County Wexford. The delicious luxury ice cream is handmade on the farm in a purpose built high-spec unit just a stone's throw from the dairy.

Flavahan’s Porridge

Flahavan’s has been milling oats at the family mill in Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford for over 200 years.  There has been an oats mill at Kilmacthomas since the late 1700's. The power for the mill came from the nearby River Mahon which at one time also powered four other mills.  In 1935 it was decided to expand the mill and to put in an oatflaking facility. Oatflaking produced a finer flake, which is faster to cook. By 1959, Flahavan’s completed the construction of its current mill building.

Craigies Cider

Craigies Cider is an Irish craft cider made in County Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland.  They have 7 varieties, 6 growers, 5 counties: 100% Irish.  They make their own ciders using the juice of 100% pressed, Irish-grown apples and never from concentrate. Their ciders are vintage – they make them once a year – vegan, naturally gluten free, and made from apples grown in some of the best orchards in the world.

Porterhouse Craft Beer

 

They are passionate about all good beer. That's why in 1989 Liam LaHart and Oliver Hughes opened the first Porterhouse and specialised in importing various beers from around the world with a keen eye on Belgium.  In 1996 they opened The Porterhouse in Temple Bar, putting in Ireland's first brew pub.