The new Boule Atelier held a preview last night, and it's much bigger and more fabulous than the old Boule, which apparently suffered from trying to turn out baked goods in a microscopic-sized kitchen. The new one, which will open in a few days or whenever they get a sink in the bathroom, has several huge stainless steel-shrouded workspaces with windows open to the front bakery. Boule's excellent macaroons were on display in all their finest colors, although one stylish mom of a chocolate-munching toddler mused that the lavender macaroon has become almost startingly purple of late. The viennnoiserie are back, with almond croissants, pain au chocolat, etc. joining the beautiful cigar-shaped eclairs and a selection of bread including a new Earl Grey loaf. Everything in the store is like a precious jewel, with faceted chocolates sparkling with gold dust and chocolate pastries at approximately the price of rubies. Down the line, Boule Atelier may offer cooking classes in the enlarged kitchen. Things are buzzing along for David and Michelle Myers, with the new Beverly Hills Boule opening soon as well as Comme Ca on Melrose which will offer traditional French bistro fare but in a modern setting. Here's EaterLA's report on all the upcoming openings.