Industry News | February 17, 2016

Boudin Bakery Celebrates National Clam Chowder Day

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Boudin Bakery, home of The Original San Francisco Sourdough, is offering a guests a “clam” good deal this National Clam Chowder Day.

It all started in 1849 when Boudin Bakery combined its world-famous, tangy sourdough bread with creamy New England–style clam chowder. Now, to honor this tasty holiday and pay tribute to what has become the restaurant’s best-selling menu item, Boudin will offer guests two warm sourdough bread bowls filled to the brim with piping-hot chowder for the price of one available all day on Thursday, February 25.

Those that participate by making a clam chowder purchase on February 25 will also receive the opportunity to bring back their original receipt between February 26 and March 11 to receive an additional buy one, get one offer good for any entrée item on Boudin’s menu.

This is an ideal opportunity for West Coast chowder lovers to indulge in this popular seafood stew without enduring the bite of East Coast winter weather. When paired with Boudin’s fresh-baked sourdough, it’s chowder Cali-style.

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