Well run location. Great service. Quality food. Try the egg white, cheddar, avocado on skinny wheat bagel. Coffee made fresh throughout the day.
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Loved the croissant, but the ice tea tasted like it had been brewed using coffee water. not good. Also I had no idea where to find the bathroom. Also be warned, if you are handicapped or have sore knees like me the access steps are...More
I often go to Au Bon Pain. I never eat there, and almost invariably take out. Au Bon Pain's soups are quite good: I particularly like the 12 Veggie soup and the Vegetarian Chili. The cookies and pastries are good too.
My wife and I just got back from 5 nights, 4 days in Boston. We stayed in the Cambridge area, and ate at the Au Bon Pain restaurant on Massachusetts Avenue for breakfast our last three days there. It's a chain, of course, but I...More
Au Bon Pain in both Boston and Cambridge are expensive, but offer good quality for the offered price. Extensive assortiment. Coffee is good, not great.
Over priced, serve yourself type of place.