Simone Hérault survived World War II, immigrated to the U.S. as a au pair, and at age 42, she opened her eponymous restaurant in Oakland.
The Oakland Puerto Rican restaurant looks back on an intense first year.
Everyone is welcome at the 106-year-old Oakland Produce Market, but a tech company’s efforts to buy up vendors might change everything.
Local craft breweries have announced a commitment to diversity and inclusion, but information on change can be hard to find.
Tee Tran’s popular restaurant has a fresh new space that speaks to kids of all ages.
Annie Wang’s Asian baked goods celebrate the traditions of the past while looking to the future.
Jiamin and Alicia Wong are changing people’s assumptions of what a fortune cookie looks and tastes like.
The all-day breakfast spot was open for 15 months in Uptown, serving up cleverly rethought standbys to a slew of loyal fans.
Officials shut insider ice cream company Bad Walter’s down last summer, but now its creamy, lactose-free pints are back in the East Bay.
La Guerrera’s Kitchen opens this month with lunch, dinner and brunch service and an expanded menu of Guerrero-style dishes.
Some of Ono’s pandemic pivots are sticking around.
Tanya Holland’s groundbreaking Uptown Oakland restaurant has permanently closed, ending an era in East Bay dining.
Cafe Gabriela serves up resistance and resilience alongside its menu of salads and sandwiches.
Big Boi’s springy squares come in unique flavors like salted egg, pumpkin spice and Earl Grey.
A music icon, a community-focused brewery, and an established Oakland taproom teamed up to create a special tribute brew.