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Wednesday
Mar052014

Mr. French's Introduces New Ways to Enjoy Their Treats

Mister French's Gourmet Bakery will be showcasing its ultimate special occasion cookies and award winning Cookie Bon Bon's for purchase at Boulevard Coffee Company in the Houston Heights! According to Mr. French's Gourmet Bakery Founder Scott French, there are even more locations to be announced in the near future. 

 

"I'm thrilled to partner with Boulevard Coffee Company and Ms. Monkey Emporium and offer my cookie products at their retail store," said French, "This will allow for customers to conveniently enjoy our seasonal cookies and decorative Cookie Bon Bon's."

 

Boulevard Coffee Company is located at 1030 Heights Blvd. and is open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The location will also serve as a pick up location for orders and meet with Scott French for cookie consultations. Ms. Monkey Emporium will open soon and is located in League City at 2800 Marina Bay Dr.

Stop by a retail location and purchase decorative handcrafted sugar cookies from $2.50 to $6 each and $9 for a dozen of Cookie Bon Bon's.

For more information on Mister French's, to place an order or schedule a consultation, CLICK HERE


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