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June 12, 2014

La Boulange, the bakery-café chain owned by Starbucks, has opened its first restaurant outside its base of San Francisco, in Los Angeles.

San Francisco — La Boulange, the bakery-café chain owned by Starbucks, has opened its first restaurant outside its base of San Francisco, in Los Angeles. The new all-day menu offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, using local California-sourced ingredients wherever possible, as well as tap wine and beer and specialty cocktails.

July 3, 2012

Westfield Group said that its Westfield San Francisco Centre has added another celebrated chef to its roster with the opening of La Boulange du Dome by French master baker Pascal Rigo on June 25.

San Francisco -- Westfield Group said that its Westfield San Francisco Centre has added another celebrated chef to its roster with the opening of La Boulange du Dome by French master baker Pascal Rigo on June 25.

July 3, 2012

Westfield Group said that its Westfield San Francisco Centre has added another celebrated chef to its roster with the opening of La Boulange du Dome by French master baker Pascal Rigo on June 25.

San Francisco -- Westfield Group said that its Westfield San Francisco Centre has added another celebrated chef to its roster with the opening of La Boulange du Dome by French master baker Pascal Rigo on June 25.

June 4, 2012

Starbucks Coffee Co. is looking to expand its food business.

Seattle -- Starbucks Coffee Co. is looking to expand its food business. The chain has entered into an agreement to acquire San Francisco-based Bay Bread and its La Boulange bakery brand, as well as to hire its well-known French baker, Pascal Rigo. The cash deal is valued at $100 million.

June 4, 2012

Starbucks Coffee Co. is looking to expand its food business.

Seattle -- Starbucks Coffee Co. is looking to expand its food business. The chain has entered into an agreement to acquire San Francisco-based Bay Bread and its La Boulange bakery brand, as well as to hire its well-known French baker, Pascal Rigo. The cash deal is valued at $100 million.