Chez Bon Bon’s Sweet Relaunch at Fontainebleau Miami Beach!!!

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Miami is one of our FAVORITE vacation spots! The only thing holding us back from living there is the fact that we work so much with sweets. Kinda hard to maintain the year-round beach body in this line of work, y’know? Either way, the beautiful beaches, vibrant night life, and diverse culture are enough to make us temporarily forget about our body issues and take our vacation talents to South Beach.

Now that Chez Bon Bon has relaunched though, that Miami beach body is going to be even harder to maintain. Located in the historic-yet-trendy Fontainebleau Miami Beach, home of the world-famous LIV nightclub and luxurious poolside cabanas, Chez Bon Bon seems to have made it their mission to combat the scourge of beautiful, carb-free bodies that litter Miami Beach.

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Here’s a snippet from their press release –

With the opportunity to experience the glamour of the golden era through pastry and a casual, chic ambiance, guests can now enjoy an indulgent menu of assorted sweet and savory dishes. The shop offers gourmet chocolates, delectable specialty cakes, pastries, gelatos, cupcakes, light bites and quick lunch items among the alluring blends provided by Los Angeles coffee house, Lamill. Visitors can immerse themselves into the iconic hotel’s unique flavor through “Black Velvet,” the signature house coffee roast.

Guests can satisfy their sweet tooth with mouth-watering delights in the divine chocolate selection by award-winning Executive Pastry Chef Jordi Panisello. Live-action stations allow shop-goers and passersby to marvel at the creation of exquisite quality truffles, pralines, bonbons, fudge and more, prepared daily in a variety of signature flavors and styles. All of Chez Bon Bon’s offerings are blended, designed and crafted in the chocolate shop of the hotel’s impressive heart-of-house food and beverage operations that is overseen by Panisello.

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Intrigued by the delicious desserts at Chez Bon Bon? Check out their page on the Fontainebleau Website!

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