Hams & Bacon is a food produce store and take-away eatery from the team behind the popular food spot Pope Joan

Hams & Bacon is a food produce store as well as a take-away eatery from Matt Wilkinson and Ben Foster, conveniently located only two doors down from the duo’s well established and highly popular cafe-by-day, and laid-back restaurant-bar-by-night, Pope Joan.

At Hams & Bacon, you can grab a coffee and one of the super-tasty signature Pope Joan sandwiches to take away, as well as peruse (and perhaps purchase) some of the produce used by the chefs in the Pope Joan kitchen. Its aim: to provide local, high-quality produce to the customer so they might enjoy at home as well as at Pope Joan and Hams & Bacon.

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Hams & Bacon details

75 Nicholson St , Brunswick East 3057

Telephone 03 9388 8858

Open Mon, Thu-Sun 9.30am.3.30pm; Tue-Wed 9.30am-7.30pm

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