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Taste The Flavors of Fall at Au Bon Pain

Pumpkin Tart Au Bon Pain

Pumpkin Pie Bon Tart from Au Bon Pain

Au Bon Pain is celebrating the flavors of fall with the following selections:

  • Bonte Cristo Sandwich– Just in time for National Monte Cristo Day (Sept. 17), this one-of-a-kind sandwich features freshly sliced whole turkey breast, ham, swiss and maple pumpkin butter piled high on a warm croissant.

  • Pumpkin Croissant– Pumpkin lovers, rejoice! This golden flaky croissant with creamy pumpkin filling, topped with cinnamon sugar, will leave you warm, satisfied and ready for autumn.

  • Pumpkin Pie Bon Tart (pictured)– Indulge in this hand-held freshly baked pastry with spiced, real pumpkin filling, topped with white icing and cinnamon.

  • Plain Bagel with Maple Pumpkin Butter & Lite Cream Cheese – ABP’s fresh, classic bagel with creamy maple pumpkin butter spread on one half and lite cream cheese on the other makes the perfect combination of seasonal flavors.

  • Pumpkin Pie Latte– Wake up to a rich espresso blended with pumpkin pie spice, topped with frothed milk and dusted with cinnamon (served hot or iced).

  • Butternut Squash & Apple Soup – This flavor-packed soup combines butternut squash, golden pumpkin and apple purees simmered in a vegetarian velouté with sweet cream, maple syrup and rosemary.

  • Turkey, Kale & Wild Rice Soup – Savor the flavors of fall with this hearty soup made with pulled turkey, wild rice and kale simmered with carrots, onions and celery in a creamy turkey stock.

  • Cranberry Orange Muffin– Celebrate the tangy side of fall with this sweet orange muffin bursting with cranberries and topped with sanding sugar.

  • Apple Danish– Can’t forget another fall favorite: apples. Enjoy this classic danish pastry topped with fresh apple preserves.

The new fall menu is only available through Nov. 6, so be sure to visit your favorite Au Bon Pain today to get your pumpkin fix and indulge in all the tasty new creations.

There are 10 locations in the city, plus a few at the airport.

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