Boudin SF coming to Montgomery Village

Old Copperfield's spot will be razed, SF-bakery and cafe coming

A 4,000 square foot Boudin/SF restaurant and bakery is slated for construction at Santa Rosa’s Montgomery Village, according to owner David Codding.

Announced today, Codding plans to demolish the existing building at the corner of Farmers Lane and Montgomery Drive, moving the footprint of the new site closer to Montgomery Drive. The most recent tenant of 11,2000 square foot building, Copperfield’s Books, relocated to a smaller Montgomery Village location in November.

In addition to the Boudin/SF, the new building will also include a 1828 square-foot ACRE coffee shop with a covered and heated patio. The new building will reuse salvageable redwood timbers, according to Codding.

Boudin, based in San Francisco, has 22 locations throughout California. The Boudin family is credited with “the original San Francisco Sourdough”, with their original location at Fisherman’s Wharf in 1849. ACRE is a locally-owned coffee shop with a location in Petaluma and second planned location in Sebastopol.

Plans to raze the building at Coddingtown have been in the works off and on since 2009.