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Bond Street Ale and Coffee
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Ranked #59 of 331 Restaurants in Boynton Beach
Description: Bond Street Ale and Coffee, formerly Bond and Smolders Café and Bakery, has reopened in a brand-new location at 1626 S. Federal Highway, across from the original storefront. Bond Street Ale and Coffee is located on the east side of the newly renovated Walgreen’s building, facing east. Loyal customers will be happy to see that Bond Street Ale and Coffee will offer the familiar array of European-style baked goods, breakfast and lunch items, including quiches, avocado toast, country baskets with sausages, salads and sandwiches on its signature breads. There will be the sultan hats, filled with brie and caramelized onion and eggplant cheesecake (indescribable) as well as tarts, different-flavored croissants, scones and fresh-baked donuts. Lattes, cappuccinos and fresh-squeezed juices will continue to flow. Customers will be even more excited to hear Bond Street Ale and Coffee will be soon open for dinner with a full menu of international street food items and wine and craft beers.
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Description: Bond Street Ale and Coffee, formerly Bond and Smolders Café and Bakery, has reopened in a brand-new location at 1626 S. Federal Highway, across from the original storefront. Bond Street Ale and Coffee is located on the east side of the newly renovated Walgreen’s building, facing east. Loyal customers will be happy to see that Bond Street Ale and Coffee will offer the familiar array of European-style baked goods, breakfast and lunch items, including quiches, avocado toast, country baskets with sausages, salads and sandwiches on its signature breads. There will be the sultan hats, filled with brie and caramelized onion and eggplant cheesecake (indescribable) as well as tarts, different-flavored croissants, scones and fresh-baked donuts. Lattes, cappuccinos and fresh-squeezed juices will continue to flow. Customers will be even more excited to hear Bond Street Ale and Coffee will be soon open for dinner with a full menu of international street food items and wine and craft beers.
Reviewed 5 March 2021

Excellent food choices - there were many different kinds of food to select- like “eclectic fusion” style

Date of visit: March 2021
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Thank elmame
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Reviewed 31 January 2021

Definitely different and unique. Hidden at the back of a strip shopping center. lots indoor and outside seating.

Very good baked goods and pasties. Also saw light foods and nice variety of wine and beers.

Date of visit: January 2021
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2  Thank Richard S
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Reviewed 9 January 2021 via mobile

Food marginal but ridiculous wait time. Placed order at 12:10 for ASAP pickup. Arrived at 12:35, hadn't even been started when they said it had. Finally got at 12:55 and not even warm. Asked for partial refund, nothing. Sorry I prepaid and left a nice tip. Owner not at all apologetic and could've cared less. Too many other great places in town to go back. Would expect better customer service when restaurants are trying to survive during Covid.

Date of visit: January 2021
1  Thank 159jamiet
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Reviewed 6 December 2020 via mobile

The moment you walk inside you can’t take your eyes off the fresh baked pastries and breads. Take a big whiff and smell all the goodness! Today we ordered melts on croissants which were flaky and spectacular. The coffee is superb and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. While service might seem to some a bit slow, they are super friendly. We found it all very nice and will return regularly. They are dog friendly and that makes a big difference too!

Date of visit: December 2020
1  Thank Suzitravels4Food
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Reviewed 19 September 2020

This is our new favorite restaurant!
The pastries and breads are excellent, so easy to pick some up to take home for brunch.
The dinners are gourmet, we had Peruvian Tacos, Shrimp Taco in a fried seaweed shell, and a hamburger with cheese and a chopped bacon salad on top. Everything was delicious.
Service is fast, price is good.
Good place for a date or a family meal.

Date of visit: September 2020
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Thank 270docd
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