Au Bon Pain: Grab a Quick Bite Near Elevation at Washington Gateway

The Au Bon Pain concept began when founder Louis Kane saw a demonstration of French baking equipment in a shopping center in Boston. He asked himself: Why should the amazing smell of fresh bread be confined to old-fashioned mom-and-pop bakeries? Why shouldn’t there be a place to get oven-baked goods...

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Au Bon Pain: Grab a Quick Bite Near Elevation at Washington Gateway

The Au Bon Pain concept began when founder Louis Kane saw a demonstration of French baking equipment in a shopping center in Boston. He asked himself: Why should the amazing smell of fresh bread be confined to old-fashioned mom-and-pop bakeries? Why shouldn’t there be a place to get oven-baked goods...

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Au Bon Pain: Grab a Quick Bite Near Elevation at Washington Gateway

The Au Bon Pain concept began when founder Louis Kane saw a demonstration of French baking equipment in a shopping center in Boston. He asked himself: Why should the amazing smell of fresh bread be confined to old-fashioned mom-and-pop bakeries? Why shouldn’t there be a place to get oven-baked goods...

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Au Bon Pain: Grab a Quick Bite Near Elevation at Washington Gateway

The Au Bon Pain concept began when founder Louis Kane saw a demonstration of French baking equipment in a shopping center in Boston. He asked himself: Why should the amazing smell of fresh bread be confined to old-fashioned mom-and-pop bakeries? Why shouldn’t there be a place to get oven-baked goods...

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Au Bon Pain: Grab a Quick Bite Near Elevation at Washington Gateway

The Au Bon Pain concept began when founder Louis Kane saw a demonstration of French baking equipment in a shopping center in Boston. He asked himself: Why should the amazing smell of fresh bread be confined to old-fashioned mom-and-pop bakeries? Why shouldn’t there be a place to get oven-baked goods...

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