Boudin Bakery Cafe
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World-famous Boudin Bakery is a bakery based in San Francisco, California, known for its sourdough bread. It was established in 1849 by Isidore Boudin, son of a family of master bakers from Burgundy, France.
The Boudin family came to San Francisco in 1849 and struck gold of the culinary kind. When they exposed yeast that was going to be made into French bread to the San Francisco air, sourdough bread as we know it was created. As the original creator of sourdough bread, they have a permanent place on…
If you come to SF you have to eat Sourdough bread. In the heart of Tourist area is a factory/restaurant/store. Don't miss this on your tour!
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