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Bar au Chocolat is from the French phrasing of ‘chocolate bar.’
To understand who we are, you must learn the translation, definition, and correct pronunciation of Bar au Chocolat.
Translation / Definition
bar au chocolat
1. chocolate bar—a place where you savor chocolate
Alors, il y’a ce garçon qui entre dans un bar au chocolat . . .
So, there’s this guy who walks into a chocolate bar . . .
2. chocolate bar—Bar au Chocolat is a boutique chocolatemaker located in Manhattan Beach. While surfers catch the ultimate wave, volleyball players hit the nectar set, and sun-worshipers take in the beaming rays, we perfect chocolate.
tablette de chocolat
1. chocolate bar—an ancient, beloved food comprising of cacao and sugar
This chocolate bar is delicious.
tablettes de chocolat
1. six-pack; well-defined abdominal muscles
When the French see a hot-looking guy, who has a ripped core and nicely defined abs, they say that he has tablettes de chocolat. Ladies and gentlemen, the next time you see a man with a six-pack, think chocolate, not beer.
To learn the correct pronunciation of Bar au Chocolat, repeat the following:
Bar—say Bar like bar but a little deeper: [Bahr]
au—say au like the lyric in the song, “December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night)” by The Four Seasons: [oh]
If you like this song, check out the French version, “Ces Soirées-Là" by singer and rapper Yannick.
Chocolat—say Chocolat starting with Cho pronounced [Show] like Tom Cruise’s line in Jerry Maguire, “Show me the money!” In the middle, co is pronounced [ko] like my nickname Coco or favorite perfume by Chanel. The ending lat is the same sound in the classic French phrase, “Ooh la [la!]” or the rapid-fire, “Ooh la la la la la la la!” and the excitement you feel while enjoying delicious food with wine. All together, it goes something like this: [Showkola]
Okay, let’s repeat: Bar au Chocolat
At Bar au Chocolat, we love chocolate, France, a good joke, the beach, men, beer, music, movies, a great meal with family and friends⏤and all of the pleasure they bring.