Au Bon Pain

★★★★★
  • 80 Pine St

    New York, NY 10005

    Map & Directions
  • 212-952-9007

About Au Bon Pain

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Mon. - Fri. 6am - 7pm;Sat. - Sun. 8am - 4am

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Great food and atmosphere make Au Bon Pain one of the most popular places for high-quality take-out or a quick breakfast, lunch, dinner or break for the fast-paced Wall Street environment. The quality and variety of the food are consistently wonderful. Friendly and attentive Kirby Zimmel and warm and cheery Marty Nowak and their great staff make you feel right at home, as they speedily get you your food and out at the counter in record time, if you want to eat it in your office or just enjoy it at a table. Delectable croissants and bagettes toasted with butter or marmalade in the morning with their delicious French Roaster coffee make you feel just like you are in Paris! I also love the ham and cheese croissants, always warm and tasty for lunch. Or the many great sandwiches and great choice of salads with such a fantastic array of salad dressing. I really recommend the Thai Peanut Dressing, which is really amazing!
The freshly squeezed orange juice, other healthy drinks, great pastries and scrumptious deserts, especially the oatmeal cookies, are wonderful past-times for those of us, who enjoy a short break from our own busy jobs to frequent Au Bon Pain for breakfast, lunch or dinner
The best part of Au Bon Pain is that they have Au Bon Pain restaurants throughout New York City, Boston, Washington, and other cities in the USA and abroad and may open an Au Bon Pain near my home.

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★★★★★

Great food and atmosphere make Au Bon Pain one of the most popular places for high-quality take-out or a quick breakfast, lunch, dinner or break for the fast-paced Wall Street environment. The quality and variety of the food are consistently wonderful. Friendly and attentive Kirby Zimmel and warm and cheery Marty Nowak and their great staff make you feel right at home, as they speedily get you your food and out at the counter in record time, if you want to eat it in your office or just enjoy it at a table. Delectable croissants and bagettes toasted with butter or marmalade in the morning with their delicious French Roaster coffee make you feel just like you are in Paris! I also love the ham and cheese croissants, always warm and tasty for lunch. Or the many great sandwiches and great choice of salads with such a fantastic array of salad dressing. I really recommend the Thai Peanut Dressing, which is really amazing!
The freshly squeezed orange juice, other healthy drinks, great pastries and scrumptious deserts, especially the oatmeal cookies, are wonderful past-times for those of us, who enjoy a short break from our own busy jobs to frequent Au Bon Pain for breakfast, lunch or dinner
The best part of Au Bon Pain is that they have Au Bon Pain restaurants throughout New York City, Boston, Washington, and other cities in the USA and abroad and may open an Au Bon Pain near my home.

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This Financial District outpost of the lively market-style mini-chain of cafes exudes the aroma of freshly baked French and artisan-style bread. There are dozens of these cafes throughout the city serving sandwiches on crusty bread as well…

 

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