FOODIE RUSTICA: AUGUST 2008
(Aug. 29, 2008)—Cafe 31, announced today, is Baskin-Robbins' answer to the fancy-schmancy (well, sort of) dessert place. You know, the kind offering fondues, foo-foo cakes and other delectables that will be prepared by in-store pastry chefs.
It's the fast-casual concept for the venerable ice-cream chain.
In Foxborough, Mass., a prototype store opened today at Patriot Place, and so far it offers items ranging from $3.95 - $5.95.
If you want to share a chocolate fondue, the price runs about $11.95.
Hmm. Sounds like the latest venture in Dunkin' Brands brand might rank as a viable top-off to an evening of a fine meal.
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