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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.

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39 thoughts on “Boudin SF coming to Montgomery Village

  1. Montgomery Village needs a whole new architectural upgrade to the date!!!

    Complete with a nice wine bar and “Screaming Mimi’s”. I think that is how you spell it……. a delicious home made ice-cream/gelato/vegan/rice ice-cream treats.

    In my humble opinion.

  2. Montgomery Village needs a whole new architectural upgrade to the date!!!

    Complete with a nice wine bar and “Screaming Mimi’s”. I think that is how you spell it……. a delicious home made ice-cream/gelato/vegan/rice ice-cream treats.

    In my humble opinion.

  3. you know there is one in right next to Nordstrom in marin. We love to buy the hamburger sourdough rolls try them. Best hamburger in the world!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. you know there is one in right next to Nordstrom in marin. We love to buy the hamburger sourdough rolls try them. Best hamburger in the world!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. I was hoping for Cheesecake Factory- but I love boudin too, so that’s okay. I can’t wait to see what restaturants come to Petaluma when Target opens there.

  6. I was hoping for Cheesecake Factory- but I love boudin too, so that’s okay. I can’t wait to see what restaturants come to Petaluma when Target opens there.

  7. Oh lord. Waaaay better than the TGIF rumor I had heard some time ago. Now if we could just find a better space for Copperfield’s – because where they’ve moved them is small and charmless, sadly.

  8. Excited they are coming to town. Have lived in Montgomery Village for 40 years. I enjoy Boudins every time I go to Pier 39. I do have to say, the best sourdough bread is our very own Franco American. You can’t beat their bread and the Bastoni’s are all Santa Rosa natives. Let’s hear it for the home team!!!

  9. Oh lord. Waaaay better than the TGIF rumor I had heard some time ago. Now if we could just find a better space for Copperfield’s – because where they’ve moved them is small and charmless, sadly.

  10. Thank God ……something classy and so delicious with a real Bay Area history is finally coming to
    Santa Rosa……finally some intelligence is being demonstrated by the Coddingtown Retail Group.

  11. Excited they are coming to town. Have lived in Montgomery Village for 40 years. I enjoy Boudins every time I go to Pier 39. I do have to say, the best sourdough bread is our very own Franco American. You can’t beat their bread and the Bastoni’s are all Santa Rosa natives. Let’s hear it for the home team!!!

  12. Oh lord. Waaaay better than the TGIF rumor I had heard some time ago. Now if we could just find a better space for Copperfield’s – because where they’ve moved them is small and charmless, sadly.

  13. Thank God ……something classy and so delicious with a real Bay Area history is finally coming to
    Santa Rosa……finally some intelligence is being demonstrated by the Coddingtown Retail Group.

  14. Excited they are coming to town. Have lived in Montgomery Village for 40 years. I enjoy Boudins every time I go to Pier 39. I do have to say, the best sourdough bread is our very own Franco American. You can’t beat their bread and the Bastoni’s are all Santa Rosa natives. Let’s hear it for the home team!!!

  15. This is GREAT! I wrote to them a couple of times & requested them because I love their sourdough and soup and salad bowls. Great news!

  16. This is GREAT! I wrote to them a couple of times & requested them because I love their sourdough and soup and salad bowls. Great news!

  17. This is GREAT! I wrote to them a couple of times &#38 requested them because I love their sourdough and soup and salad bowls. Great news!

  18. Does Montgomery Village really need another bakery? I can think of at least 3, not including the bagel place. How about a new upscale restaurant. All they have is Montis.

    1. Yes they do because all the bakeries are so different. I can cook a steak as good as Starks as long as the cut is up to par and I can cook Carnitas as good as Montis. Entrees are not difficult to cook but a Michelle Marie Eclair or chocolate overload?! I cant make that, hell I cant even decorate that. Besides fine dining is very over rated, in my humble opinion. LET THEM EAT CAKE!!!

  19. Does Montgomery Village really need another bakery? I can think of at least 3, not including the bagel place. How about a new upscale restaurant. All they have is Montis.

    1. Yes they do because all the bakeries are so different. I can cook a steak as good as Starks as long as the cut is up to par and I can cook Carnitas as good as Montis. Entrees are not difficult to cook but a Michelle Marie Eclair or chocolate overload?! I cant make that, hell I cant even decorate that. Besides fine dining is very over rated, in my humble opinion. LET THEM EAT CAKE!!!

  20. Does Montgomery Village really need another bakery? I can think of at least 3, not including the bagel place. How about a new upscale restaurant. All they have is Montis.

  21. I am not jumping up and down…I tried their clam chowder in SF, I’m originally from Seattle, was not impressed with the food, my palate was still longing for IVAR’s clam chowder (a NW favorite). It’s a welcome addition to SR.
    Bread glorious bread. I need to visit Panera one of these days, but can’t help buying Costeaux bread.

  22. I don’t see this as a chain in quite the same way I see a chain like Hooters. I mean, the food is delicious. Also, they are from the bay area! Don’t we want businesses to succeed and grow if they are good? I do.

  23. I am not jumping up and down…I tried their clam chowder in SF, I’m originally from Seattle, was not impressed with the food, my palate was still longing for IVAR’s clam chowder (a NW favorite). It’s a welcome addition to SR.
    Bread glorious bread. I need to visit Panera one of these days, but can’t help buying Costeaux bread.

  24. I don’t see this as a chain in quite the same way I see a chain like Hooters. I mean, the food is delicious. Also, they are from the bay area! Don’t we want businesses to succeed and grow if they are good? I do.

  25. Thanks for the update; I will take a SF bread chain over a TGI Fridays type chain any day. Looking forward to having Acre around!

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

      Montgomery Village, actually.

      BJ’s is going to Coddingtown.

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

      Montgomery Village, actually.

      BJ’s is going to Coddingtown.

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