We are delighted to be stepping in to re-open the cafés at the Ulster Museum, Belfast and the Ulster Folk Museum at Cultra. With our unwavering focus on quality products and a warm welcome, we will be serving all customary Loaf favourites – including great coffee, soups, sandwiches, sweet treats and our award-winning sausage rolls.
Loaf at the Ulster Museum opened its doors to the public for the first time on Tuesday 22 September and follows museum opening hours of Tuesday-Sunday, 10am–5pm. Meanwhile, Loaf at the Ulster Folk Museum will arrive on Thursday 01 October and will be available between Thursday-Sunday, 10am-5pm.
These two additional sites will build on our flourishing partnership with NMNI at the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh, where we have been running Loaf Café since April 2019. Across the three sites, Loaf Catering will continue to deliver social impact by providing up to 30 training opportunities per week and paid job opportunities for local people with learning difficulties and Autism.
At times like this we value and find comfort in our signature buildings and key venues even more. Loaf Catering will work harder than ever with NMNI to supply our usual premium products in a safe and welcoming environment for our participants, staff and customers alike.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Kathryn Thompson, Chief Executive of NMNI, and Maeve Monaghan, Chief Executive of NOW Group at Loaf Cafe in the Ulster Museum