The Fat Pilgrim property on lower Broadway reopened this week as Sonoma Roadside Shops. There will eventually be multiple businesses at the site, including two shops, a tasting room, restaurant gardens and parking spaces for 22 cars, according to owner Craig Miller.
Miller’s furniture and accessory store, Harvest Home has left the Plaza to join its sister property Fat Pilgrim at the Broadway site.
The main building on the 1.5 acre lot at 20820 Broadway has been expanded with a 2,600-square-foot building addition that now houses both Fat Pilgrim and Harvest Home. Sondra Bernstein expects to open a tasting room in small separate 500-square-foot building on the northern side of the property this summer.
At the back of the property, the gardens of the Girl and the Fig restaurant have been in place for the past year and Paul Rozanski’s landscape design and construction company, Rozanski Designs, occupies the 900-square-foot farmhouse behind the store.