A “best day ever” in Oakland; rebates for Alameda restaurant owners; more Quick Bites.
Homestead is selling off much of its kitchen ware; Snail Bar has opened; more Quick Bites.
Also: Some best of the East Bay rankings; the end of Cookie Wednesday; more Quick Bites.
Also: a rave review for Just Fare; inequity in PPP loan distribution; more Quick Bites.
Soul Slice’s biscuit-crust pizza; Golden Bull’s star-studded live show; more Quick Bites.
Can a cooking class taught by a celebrity chef help fight Alzheimer’s?
Also: June’s Pizza exits the slice game and The Bussdown launches a fine-dining supper series.
Plus: Munch India returns as a takeout-only operation; and an ambitious sandwich pop-up rises in Alameda.
Lalime’s in Berkeley won’t return; Cafe Mezzo springs back
Plus: Pride month specials; MexiQ pops up; Duende returns; more.
Plus: Playt closes; a local celebrity chef talks mental health; Save our Chinatowns rebrands to Cut Fruit Collective; more.
The Piedmont Avenue dining destination will serve its last dinner next month. The Humble Sandwich, its casual offshoot operation, will remain.
After a long, dark 10 months, Duende is preparing to reopen “I’m getting kind of stoked,” Paul Canales said. He spoke to Nosh after a month spent working on reopening his 8-year-old Uptown Oakland restaurant Duende, which he temporarily shuttered last fall after he realized “we just couldn’t make it work on takeout.” Canales said that his business, which […]
Plus: The Uptown Nightclub is for sale; Bryant Terry announces a publishing deal; First Edition reopens for business; more.
A year of fundraisers and auctions saved the 88-year-old Grand Avenue watering hole.
Plus: A driver smashes La Frontera’s parklet; Alice Waters auctions off a luncheon in her garden; Caffe Med space to become ramen restaurant; more.
Plus: Milkbomb returns to Berkeley; Nora Haron helms new East Bay Singaporean restaurant; more.
Plus: East Bay restaurants join a day of action; MeloMelo Kava Bar and Shiba Ramen reopen; more.
Que Rico, from the owner of La Frontera Mexican Restaurant, will host outdoor happy hours on a rainbow-lit parklet, drag brunches and Latinx-focused club nights.
Alameda County expects to enter the less restrictive reopening tier this week, but some publicans say the inhibition-dropping effects of alcohol are giving them pause to reopen.