Discover a Family Tradition
The Quigley family have been baking bread since 1890. First Michael Quigley, then his son Tim, followed by his son Martin, carried on the proud tradition with a commitment to quality and a passion for the craft.
Martin’s daughter Eileen took over the business in 1965. At a time when women were not to the forefront of business, she took up the challenge with a hunger to learn and a passion to succeed.
Eileen’s son John took over in 1985, together with his wife Margaret. At this time Quigleys had grown to four people: 2 bakers, 1 van-man and a shop-girl.
16 Cafés around Ireland
Today there are 16 Quigleys Cafés around Ireland, employing upward of 180 people, with all our produce still being made fresh each morning in our own kitchens in Nenagh. Michael Quigley would have been proud.
“Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.”
- Kenyon Street, Nenagh
- Thurles Shopping Centre
- Liberty Square, Thurles
- O’Connell Street, Clonmel
- Crescent Shopping Centre, Limerick
- Parkway Shopping Centre, Limerick
- Douglas Shopping Centre, Cork
- Ilac Centre, Dublin
- Nutgrove Shopping Centre, Dublin
- Athlone Town Centre
- Whitewater Shopping Centre, Newbridge
- Tullamore, Offally
- Mac Donagh Shopping Centre, Kilkenny
- Shamrock Plaza, Carlow
- Tallaght Square Shopping Centre, Dublin