Plus, Secret Scoop announces closure; Daughter’s Diner comes to Uptown Oakland; changes for local food justice groups.
Celebrated pitmaster Matt Horn’s first brick and mortar serving Central Texas-meets-Central California-style barbecue is ready to serve takeout and diners outside. There will be lines.
And Alameda County is eligible for indoor dining.
While the beloved Oakland movie theater is closed for film screenings, it’s keeping staff employed by selling meals.
The “flex streets” collaboration, along with fundraising through Cocktail Week (which is actually a month this year), aims at supporting Oakland businesses downtown, Uptown, and beyond.
Hofküche opens on Saturday, what would have been the first official day of Munich’s canceled Oktoberfest.
Plus, kosher wines to sip on Rosh Hashanah; Berkeley Restaurant Week To-Go; Blake’s Grillery and more East Bay food news.
The nonprofit vegan restaurant, which employs and trains people after prison, launched the new program last month.
Restaurateur Chris Pastena says his landlord is unwilling to negotiate; the landlord says Pastena hasn’t been acting in good faith.
Plus: People’s Cafe, 1951 Coffee in Rockridge have closed; Stay Gold and Porque No? Tacos reopen; more East Bay food news.