Plus: Flint’s Barbecue has found a home; Rockridge TJ’s Line Watch comes to an end; Just Fare launches delivery-only service; more.
Through her monthly recipe newsletter, writer and photographer Melati Citrawireja connects with her Indonesian culture and community.
Chef Albert Ok is known for his chef-driven sandwiches with Asian flavors — just don’t call them Asian fusion.
Waveworks founder Bradley Katz has turned to his other passion, coffee roasting, to get through the pandemic lull.
Plus: The Lede reopens; Ben ‘N Nicks has new owners, Surya Darshini causes “dosa sensation” in San Ramon, more.
The Uptown bar from a team of Asian American fine-dining folks welcomes customers back with a new menu of savory eats, desserts and drinks.
Plus: An update on Peony, Third Culture Bakery’s fourth-anniversary specials, teachers eat free on Tuesdays at Curry Up Now, PennDel’s Bakehouse lands in El Cerrito.
Put on something green before heading out for Irish specials at one of these restaurants, pubs and cafes.
The popular Mexican restaurant is moving to Dimond; plus iniBurger’s halal fast food, Gilman Brewing and Fieldwork expand, more.
Find out where to get your fix of this American classic dessert — a comforting combination of vanilla custard, sliced bananas and vanilla wafer cookies.
Plus: Stand-Up Burgers to debut in downtown Berkeley, Off the Grid helps feed seniors, Sobre Mesa reopens, more.
Two former fine-dining chefs in Oakland opened a takeout operation featuring flavors from the South, Jamaica and Puerto Rico.
Plus: Espresso Roma is for lease, a Black history jazz brunch, Chez Panisse is closed this week due to potential COVID-19 exposure, more.
Plus: Gather’s greenhouse is open, Kinja’s new Oakland location, Limewood’s cannabis pairing dinner, a documentary about Tu David Phu, more.
Plus: HelpBerkeley founder wins a Jefferson Award for Public Service; Blue Ox Wine Co. rebrands as Hammerling Wines; “Berkeley’s Fascination with Food.”
Whether you’re flying solo or sharing a plate with your significant other, celebrate the holiday with some good food and drinks made by local restaurants, pop-ups, and bakeries.
Plus: Super Bowl eats; Colusa Market owner is retiring; Alameda County passes ‘Good Food’ resolution for correctional facilities; Campo di Bocce closes.
Plus: more on Huangcheng Noodle House, Califas Greens, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, East Bay Good Food Award winners, Casa Barotti, more.
This year’s Dungeness crab season will be short, so get crackin’!
Plus: Gyu-Kaku brings yakiniku to Old Oakland; States Coffee’s second Oakland location is open.