Plus: June Taylor is closing her business at the end of the year; the Elmwood Theater offers popcorn takeout on Sundays and more East Bay food news.
Some farmers sold more than half their harvest to restaurants before the pandemic. A new program is helping farmers connect with more individual customers.
Feast your eyes on our bountiful list of East Bay restaurants and caterers offering special holiday menus to enjoy at home.
When the pandemic cut hours at her new dream job at Chez Panisse, Sara Eisen launched her babka business.
Founded by pastry chefs who met at The Wolf in Oakland, Delphinium specializes in handcrafted chocolates made with botanicals and seasonal ingredients.
12 food and drink-focused, East Bay-made gifts that reflect the vibrant, innovative, diverse and exceptional region we call home.
Plus: Blues Chocolates is back with a new name; Bad Walter’s Hanukkah ice creams; brick-and-mortar spots for La Guerrera’s Kitchen, La Santa Torta and Malibu’s Burgers.
With the help of her sisters and other family members, Malinda Bun is serving up traditional Cambodian street delicacies to hungry Oaklanders.
This month, the East Bay welcomed Ono Bakehouse, Black Star Pirate BBQ and 15 new restaurants, and said goodbye to Corso, the Albatross Pub and 13 other food businesses.
Buck Wild Brewing Taproom is a partnership between California’s first gluten-free brewery and Kitava, a San Francisco-based ‘clean food’ restaurant.
This new restaurant is one of more than 40 takeout and delivery-only operations at a new ghost kitchen called Jingletown Eats in East Oakland.
Food pantries, restaurants, churches and community groups giving out Thanksgiving meals, and ways to volunteer or donate to these efforts.
Plus, Huangcheng Noodle House finds a home at Swan’s Market; Stay Gold Deli is temporarily closed; Donut Savant reopens in Oakland
We’ve rounded up expertly prepared feasts, make-at-home meal kits, and heat-and-serve meals from 14 restaurants and caterers in the East Bay.
Thanksgiving celebrations will be a little different this year, but pie should always be on the table.
Renowned for its fresh dim sum and seafood, the eatery is also a social hub for Oakland’s Chinese community.
Operating as a food truck with an outdoor seating area, Camchilao offers an exciting menu of Cambodian, Chinese and Lao cuisine.
This month, 18 new East Bay restaurants opened and eight permanently closed.
Plus, a new gluten-free craft beer taproom; Halloween and Election Day events for food lovers; more.
Chef Leilani Baugh returns to her childhood neighborhood with her signature Southern-Asian comfort food, a diversity of wines, and a strong Oakland spirit and hustle.