Atlanta >Au Bon Pain
“Love the Turkey Panini with bacon and avacado.”
“The people working were not only slow to take my order, but the sandwich person who was supposed to make my sandwich did not see that I had ordered a sandwich, so I had to walk over and ask for it after 15 minutes.”
“One of my favorite spots for a quick and nutritious bite to eat in Minneapolis is now at Atlantic Station.”
Horrible experience!!!. I visited the au bon pain location at Atlantic Station and was terribly dissatisfied with the service and quality of food. The people working were not only slow to take my order, but the sandwich person who was supposed to make my sandwich did not see that I had ordered a sandwich, so I had to walk over and ask for it after 15 minutes. Then they inform me that they didn?t have what I wanted so I was forced to order a different one. This whole time the manager sat in the corner of the restaurant working on his computer and talking on the phone-not paying attention to what his employees were (or weren't) doing. Finally after 20 minutes I get an alternative sandwich, but this sandwich was not made correctly-it did not have the ingredients the menu said it should have had and it looked like something I would have gotten in a hospital cafeteria. It tasted mediocre at best. This is not what I would expect from a ?gourmet? sandwich shop and needless to say I will not be returning.
You are what YOU Eat! Food for Life!.
One of my favorite spots for a quick and nutritious bite to eat in Minneapolis is now at Atlantic Station.
Au bon pain with locations around the world, offers vegetarian options, reduced sodium meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner, an array of salads, sandwiches, soups, smoothies, stews, pasta, pizza, paninis, affordable?something for everyone, kid friendly too. What?s really innovative and cool is the nutrition kiosks which calculates your BMI(Body Mass Index), shows how much sugar, salt, potassium and other items are in your food. Go online and fill a virtual plate with food that fit your nutritional needs, don?t worry, you won?t give up variety or flavor, try it and see! Are you ready for dessert? Cinnamon Scone, Tiramisu, Chocolate Croissant, Cappuccino Poundcake and there?s more. Au Bon Pain also gives back to the community through a program called ?Food For Life?, which provides food to families and individuals. So do something good for YOU, after all, you are what you Eat!
International Bakery/Cafe! Excellent Panini's, Bagels & Artisian Breads!. We just love the new Au Bon Pain at Atlantic Station. It's exactly what Atlantic Station needed. It's fast casual, so just place your order at the counter, and your server will bring the food. Early in the mornings, we just get one of their great bagels/schmear, and run back to our nearby condo or office. We have been in for lunch also, the Panini's, Soups, and Salads are quite nice. Love the Turkey Panini with bacon and avacado. The Bakery selection is so beautiful and tasty, with everything from Sticky Buns, to that large Bagel selection. And the Artisian Breads are very low in trans-fat. Slick interior with stacked stone, nice comfy booths and seating. Visit Au Bon Pain, "The Place Of Good Bread", in French! And a very good cup of Joe, also, it's their own blend!
Freshly baked breads and pastries are the cornerstones of this stylish bakery-cafe..
The marketplace-like atmosphere of this bustling eatery showcases sandwiches and salads in cold cases and various breads on shelves; sandwiches are made to order at a walk-up counter. The chicken tarragon on warm rosemary focaccia features grilled chicken and herb mayonnaise while the spicy tuna salad on multigrain bread is topped with snow peas and tomatoes. An assortment of baked goods includes muffins, bagels and croissants. Wraps, salads, soups and coffees round out the menu.
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