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An Easter Trail

Easter and eating go hand-in-hand. Who isn’t guilty of repeating “just one more” throughout the long weekend festivities? Some may say it’s part of the tradition.

This Easter, though some traditions may be a little different than usual in your household, the hot-cross bun for breakfast, a seafood feast for lunch and chocolate on the hour (every hour) can remain the same thanks to some James St Easter helpers.

For Easter eating made easy, follow our foodie trail below – prewarning, your baskets will fill up quickly.


Jocelyn’s Provisions

Start the Easter long-weekend (or the entire week before) with a traditional Jocelyn’s Provisions hot cross bun filled with fruits and candied peel. In-store and online, customers can find an array of treats from Shortbread BunniesMilk Chocolate Eggs, even Lemon Syrup Cakes. To order, visit the James St store or browse their online Easter shop and simply select when you want to collect.


The Nut Market

Continue the Easter hunt at The Nut Market, whose range of chocolate bilby’s, house-made mini caramel eggs and provisions tick all of the boxes. In a first for the confectionary house, enjoy their Hot Cross Bun Mix packed with spiced nuts and dark chocolate sultanas. Visit the market in-store to browse their full collection or shop online and bundle your treats into an Easter Family Box.



Straight from the sea, visit FreshFishCo to spoil your loved ones with a seafood feast to remember. Think, Moreton Bay Bugs, Mud Crabs, Prawns and Oysters aplenty. Visit in-store or place your order online.


The Standard Market Company

Next door to FreshFishCo is The Standard Market Company with everything you could want to complement your seafood lunch. If your family prefer meat or vegetables, talk to the experts in-store who are on hand to offer tips and tricks about the latest fresh produce.


James St Bakery

Situated in the James St Market, the James St Bakery caters for most dietary requirements. Think, Vegan Brownies, Gluten-Free Sourdough and Lactose-Free Cakes and Slices to name just a few. Baking all of their delicious goods on-site daily, pick-up freshly baked treats or loaves to accompany your Easter feast.


Wheel and Barrow

To help prepare your Easter feast pop into Wheel and Barrow for all things cooking, baking, recipes books and more. In-store is a large range of homewares to create a perfect table setting.


CRU Bar + Cellar

To accompany your tasty treats, add a stop and a drop or two compliments of CRU Bar + Cellar. The award-winning wine bar has a cellar to match, of which customers can order wine ready to pick-up from CRU or delivered to their home.


Baby Bunting, Pottery Barn Kids and Seed Heritage Children

Now an Easter foodie trail, wouldn’t be complete without a soft furry toy at the end for the little ones in your life right, right? To find the perfect furry friend for the littler Easter goer in your life, add a stop to Baby Bunting (adjacent to the James St Markets) or visit the online stores for Pottery Barn Kids and Seed Heritage Children.


Posted on

March 20, 2020