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cakeguy Apr 30, 2010 06:24 PM

I have read a lot of reviews of bon fresco and it sounds delish. oddly, I can't seem to find their web site. Anyone know their hours or if handicapped accessible? thank you.

  1. JonParker Apr 30, 2010 07:49 PM

    I know they are closed on Sunday and I would think they are pretty handicapped accessible.

    I have to agree with the other reviewers -- this place is fantastic. I wish they were closer to me, because right now they're my second favortie sandwich shop (after Attman's). Well worth the trip even if you don't live in Columbia.

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      dzoey May 3, 2010 03:45 PM

      From memory, the hours are M-Sat 11 - 7.

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        HowChowBlog May 15, 2010 04:28 AM

        I'm with JonParker on the handicap accessible. It's a relatively new shopping area, so I think the parking/curbs are bound to be handicap accessible. Bon Fresco itself is fine. It's counter service with tables, so there is no stairs, bad hallways, etc.

        This is the phone number listed on Yelp: (410) 290-3434.

      2. JonParker May 16, 2010 11:15 AM

        We ate at Bon Fresco again yesterday. This may be my favorite sandwich place in the world -- excellent ingredients on excellent bread. Courtney was not overfond of the pork loin, but not being a favorite at this place is like being superb anywhere else. The bread is amazing, the fillings are insanely good. I've been twice and it's one of my favorite restaurants on the planet.

        Bon Fresco is great. There's also a very nice halal market right across the parking lot from them.

        If you have any excuse for being in Columbia, you owe it to yourself to check this place out. i would eat there every day if i could.

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          chowsearch May 16, 2010 12:45 PM

          Agreed. The London broil, medium rare, on warm ciabatta with mayo and spicy mustard and greens should not be overlooked.

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          bmorecupcake May 16, 2010 01:30 PM

          The brie and caramelized onions sandwich is my current favorite.

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