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The Nosh Wire: 11.11.14

The tofu sandwich at Stag's in Oakland. Photo: Emilie Raguso
The tofu sandwich at Stag’s in Oakland. Photo: Emilie Raguso

New Whole Foods store opens in West Berkeley – challenges local competitor (KQED)
First look: Townie brunch review – a brunch lover’s dream come true (Berkeley) (Bites & Bourbon)
A feline first: Oakland’s new cat cafe (UCB)
How to get the most out of a Rockridge food tour (East Bay Dish)
Whole Foods Market Gilman community dinner (East Bay Dish)
Nosh Weekly: Ramen round-up, Whole Foods Gilman opens, more (Nosh)
How did Berkeley pass a soda tax? Bloomberg’s cash didn’t hurt (KQED)
Muracci’s brings home-style Japanese cooking to the UC crowd (EBX)
Oakland’s new geek cafe (EBX)
Berkeley passes soda tax measure, San Francisco’s goes flat (Eater SF)
An Italian addition to Oakland, OK Falls set for spring (Eater SF)
Washington plans OK Falls in Oakland; Grand Fare to follow on Grand Ava. (Inside Scoop SF)
Recipe: Fresh, fiery, bright Thai curry pastes (Nosh)

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