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Boudin/SF restaurant headed to Montgomery Village

A 4,000-square-foot Boudin/SF restaurant and bakery is slated for construction at the north end of Santa Rosa's Montgomery Village, owner David Codding said Thursday.

Codding plans to demolish the existing building at the corner of Farmers Lane and Montgomery Drive, moving the new building closer to Montgomery Drive.

The site was previously occupied by Copperfield's Books, which moved to a smaller location in Montgomery Village in November.

The new building will also include a 350-square-foot Acre coffee shop, a local company with a store in Petaluma and a second planned in Sebastopol.

Boudin, based in San Francisco, has 22 locations throughout California. The Boudin family is credited with creating "the original San Francisco Sourdough," opening their first store in 1849 at Fisherman's Wharf.


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