Melbourne’s Baker Bleu is expanding to open an all-day cafe and bakery in Cremorne later this year.

The new location will be part of the anticipated Fortis development and will be the largest venue for the much-loved bakery that established in Elsternwick in 2016.

Cremorne will be Baker Bleu’s fourth location, following its outposts in Caulfield North, Hawksburn, and Sydney’s Double Bay.

Baker Bleu Cremorne will serve fresh sandwiches and sourdough pizzas alongside its signature collection of baked goods.

Products will be available for both takeaway and dine-in, with 20 seats indoors, plus additional outdoor tables.

“We’re thrilled to be opening a store in Cremorne … we’ll be serving all the Baker Bleu products Melburnians know and love, with the option to sit down and settle in,” says Baker and Owner Mike Russell.

“It’s a slightly different market for us and marks an exciting new chapter for Baker Bleu, it’s something bigger than anything we’ve done before.”

Melbourne’s IF Architecture will be behind the venue’s design, which will fall in line with the existing Baker Bleu aesthetic.

Baker Bleu Cremorne is slated to open later this year at 65 Dover Street, Cremorne, Victoria.