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Top Reasons to Love La Boulangerie Boul’Mich®

 

 

Top Reasons to Love La Boulangerie Boul’Mich®

 

  • It’s a distinctive brand concept: a French artisan deli, bakery and cafe with a Latin American twist. Dining at La Boulangerie Boul’Mich is a one-of-a-kind experience that offers delicious homemade food, authenticity in what it offers, freshness every day, natural and unique flavors, great service in a cozy and light ambiance.

 

  • A creative and curious culinary experience unlike any other. Served up by irresistible scents of artisanal fresh products (from breads and pastries in the oven, fresh squeezed orange juice to awakening aromas of bold coffees), a subtle elegance, attention to detail, a hard-working attitude and smiles.

 

  • An ideal meeting and dining place for guests who are seeking new experiences and great food. La Boulangerie Boul’Mich is a different option that combines casual dining with quick table service like a European-style cafe. There is an array of flavor combinations of fresh products in a light and cozy ambiance with a vintage look.

 

  • Serving South Florida residents, businesses and visitors in the international bakery and casual dining category for more than 10 years. Six locations from Miami-Dade and Broward to Palm Beach County: Key Biscayne, Coral Way, Pinecrest, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale and now, its newest location at Town Center at Boca Raton.
  • Signature brand and name inspired by Bohemian and informal ambiance along the Boul’Mich, the affectionate nickname given to the Boulevard St. Michel in the Latin Quarter of Paris that is known for its quaint cafés, coffee shops, bookstores, boutiques, art, history and the electric energy that comes from being the intellectual center of the Seine River’s Left Bank. On beautiful weather days, the outdoor garage style doors open to quaint terrace dining; indoor seating in mall entrance hallway is also available.
  • Dining at La Boulangerie Boul’Mich is like visiting the “Quartier Latin” in Pariswithout having to pack your bags and heading to the airport! For those living and visiting Palm Beach County and Northern Broward County, it is much easier to escape to indulge themselves by frequenting at La Boulangerie Boul’Mich.
  • Guests are at home in a relaxed environment amongst friends that combines the industrial era with cozy lighting and décor from vintage antiques all around the walls, including baking tools, sports equipment, clocks, phones, and more. Its colors represent the French flag surrounded by earth and lively tones, natural and reclaimed materials .  There is “clarity of place”, open ceilings, a semi-open kitchen and creative artisanal designs featured on back counter chalkboard walls, in lighting fixtures, etc. Décor and operations reflects company sustainability commitment to recycle, repurpose, reuse, eat local, drink local.

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  • Fast food is not good; good food is not fast: Everything served is made to order, fresh daily, in house, from scratch. The artisan breads, pastries, pastas, juices, soups, sandwiches, salads, entrees. All goods are baked fresh, made for that day.
  • Many homemade family recipes are used, from sauces to baked goods that have been handed down from partners’ Grandmothers such as its French Dressing.

 

  • Quality is at the core of operations. La Boulangerie Boul’Mich uses its own recipes; procedures; controls, fully staffed 3,000-square-foot commissary (on Coral Way in Miami) and distribution system that delivers all of the necessary ingredients and supplies daily to all of its stores.

 

  • La Boulangerie Boul’Mich ® offers both European and Latin American cuisines. Because partners believe the European and Latin American cultures are a perfect fit at the table, La Boulangerie Boul’Mich offers very similar breakfast options as well as afternoon snacks centering around the table at family gatherings, business meetings and more. So many of the products found in Europe guests will find with a twist in Latin America.

 

  • Throughout its menu, guests find dishes that come mainly from a French inspiration and others that come from a Latin Inspiration, but both serve as eggs for breakfast for example: omelets, and the Perico (scrambled eggs typical from Venezuela and other Latin American countries)or also the Huevos Rancheros (from Mexico).

 

  • One item that could be considered a mix is the Chocolate Croissant.
    La Boulangerie Boul’Mich does not call it a “Pain au Chocolat” as the traditional French chocolate version of a croissant. That is because the La Boulangerie Boul’Mich recipe is made with chocolate chips and keeps a croissant shape (which is a half-moon) not the traditional straight shape either.
  • Variety awaits at each meal: breakfast (all day long), lunch, dinner and
    in-between snacks.
    Top sellers include:

 

  • Norwegian Benedict: Fresh eggs poached, over a toasted English muffin with Norwegian smoked salmon, sautéed onions and capers and a delicate touch of our homemade Hollandaise sauce, with a side order of our roasted tomato and asparagus. Price: $14.95 (Includes 7 oz. freshly squeezed orange juice and American coffee free refill)
  • Croque Madame: Open French baguette with “Black Forest” Ham, Swiss Cheese, Tomatoes baked under two fried eggs and a touch of Béchamel sauce. Price: $13.85 (Includes 7 oz. freshly squeezed orange juice and American coffee free refill)
  • French Toast –“Pain Perdu”:With strawberries and bananas. Price: $11.95 (Includes 7 oz. freshly squeezed orange juice and American coffee free refill)
  • Soups: freshly made with all-natural, vegetable, non-dairy-based broth.
    French onion soup (everyday) Price: $7.95; Soup of the day offerings: vegetable, lentil, pumpkin, chickpea, zucchini, carrot. Price: $5.95.
  • Quinoa Salad: Quinoa, red onions, black olives, celery, red and green bell peppers, with lemon and olive oil dressing. Price: $12.55

 

  • French-style Gourmet Sandwiches:
    • Le Club: Black Forest ham, slices of oven roasted turkey, Brie cheese, fresh mushrooms, tomatoes and lettuce with mustard and mayonnaise. Price: $12.95
    • Provence (Served hot), tomatoes, roasted eggplant, sliced mushrooms, mixed salad, roasted peppers, Italian dressing. Price: $11.95
    • Classic Turkey Sandwich: La Boulangerie Boul’Mich signature oven roasted turkey, avocado, lettuce and tomatoes, with mustard and mayonnaise. Price: $13.45
    • French Dip: Slow cooked Roast Beef,­ melted Swiss cheese and caramelized onions with a salty “au jus” dip.­ Price $13.85
  • Gourmet Empanadas: Beef, Chicken, Ham & Cheese, Tomato & Mozzarella, Spinach & Mozzarella, Mushroom & Mozzarella, Spanish Chorizo & Caramelized Onions. Price $5.50
  • Quiches: Vegetable, Spinach, Ham & Cheese Price: $9.95
  • Lasagna: Price: $13.65
  • Ravioli or Fettuccini al Ragu: with La Boulangerie Boul’Mich’s ® famous homemade and timeless slow-cooked Bolognese sauce. Price: $12.95

 

  • Breakfast served all day and night, and breakfast entrees Include a 7 oz. freshly squeezed orange juice and American coffee free refill.
  • COMING SOON to Boca Raton:
    • Mimosas: Made with freshly squeezed orange juice
    • Sangría Bottles: Red or White, made with delicious, refreshing fruit
    • Beers
    • Wines
  • Desserts infused with indulgent flavors influenced from across Europe are made in-house. Since no preservatives, gelatins, nor additives are used, desserts are sold in a recyclable glass jar container that guests can take home with pure delicious ingredients.

 

Offerings include:

  • Freshly Baked Croissants (Plain, Nutella®, Apple, Chocolate, Almond, Almond & Chocolate, Guava & Cheese)
  • Dessert in Jars: Tres Leches, Choclate Mousse, Oreo Marquise, Cheesecake, Tiramisu, Key Lime Pie, Pecan Pie, Nutella Mousse, Fruit Tart, Dulce De Leche Mousse. Price $5.95
  • Alfajor (Argentinian Cookie) Price $1.90
  • Tequeño (Venezuelan Cheese Stick) Price $2.25
  • Media Luna Price $1.95
  • Pan De Bono (Colombian Cheese Bread) Price $2.45
  • Pan Brioche Price $2.45
  • Baguette (Plain / Whole Wheat) Price $2.95

 

  • Plenty of Robust Coffee: [kaw-fee] noun: A dark magical substance that turns “leave me alone” into “good morning, honey.” A liquid melody for your soul with many options:

 

  • American
  • Expresso
  • Café Au Lait
  • Macchiato
  • Cortadito
  • Mochaccino
  • Cappuccino
  • Nutccino (made with Nutella)
  • BomBon
  • Affogato
  • Americano/Guayo

 

  • Newest Takeout Option: Perfect for:
    • singles, couples and working moms and dads who want a freshly made homemade meal for their families—prepared without preservatives, gelatins or additives.
    • those with clients and staff on the way to the office for a working breakfast,
      lunch or dinner and refreshment in between.
    • those with expected and “unexpected” guests arriving for at-home entertaining.
  • With Two Entrances Guests Have the Best of Both Worlds:
    • With one entrance inside the Town Center and one outside,
      guests can come before or after shopping…or just head directly to
      La Boulangerie Boul’Mich
    • La Boulangerie Boul’Mich opens before the mall opens at 8 a.m.
  • Open seven days a week! For hours per location, visit https://laboulangerieusa.com/.
  • Catering is available for small and large personal celebrations, corporate events, etc.

 

  • Founders and partners have more than 35 years of experience with a proven entrepreneurial track record. Their nationalities span from U.S. and Venezuela with a vast blended experience in various industries: retail, manufacturing, accounting, finance, marketing and design and conceptualization of more than 20 restaurants concepts in the U.S. and abroad.

 

 

 

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