Readers were thrilled when we first brought you news that Sierra Nevada was opening a tasting room in Berkeley. It throws its doors open today.
Drummer Zigaboo Modaliste and funk historian Rickey Vincent kick off Black History Month programming at Ashkenaz on Saturday night.
Sierra Nevada’s new beer tasting room, the Torpedo Room, will open next month, joining a surge of new beer spots in Berkeley.
After sitting empty for almost two years, the former Pyramid building on Gilman Street is to be reborn as a light manufacturing and startup hub.
SF Beer Week starts Friday Feb. 10, and with it come countless parties, tap takeovers and other over-the-top events. Here’s what we think is the best of what’s on tap.
Come along with Nosh as we explore the new food tour, “A Taste of West Berkeley.”
We’ve got details on the closure of Albany’s Nizza La Bella, as well as plans for a Passione Pizza quick-service restaurant and much more East Bay food news in this week’s Bites.
Find the best spots to eat and drink along the south side of San Pablo Avenue in West Berkeley.
Anvil Brewery is set to join the burgeoning West Berkeley beer scene offering a mix of small-batch, handcrafted brews, including both Belgian and American styles.
In the fourth of our neighborhood eating and drinking guides, we zoom in on the Berkeley Warehouse District — named by us, and we think it works pretty well!
Berkeley is getting a new brewery. Anvil Brewing plans on opening at 912 Gilman St. this spring. We bring you this news and much more in this week’s Bites.
A new live-work project for artists and craftspeople has been approved in West Berkeley by the zoning board, to take the place of the city’s old municipal animal shelter, which closed in 2012. The project, at 2013 Second St., was unanimously approved April 9 by the city’s Zoning Adjustments Board, with no one speaking against […]
Berkeley Design Advocates, a volunteer group of architects and urban planners, showcase the best contemporary design in Berkeley — as well as the best restoration of the city’s historical buildings — with their bi-annual awards. For 2015, the group has selected the buildings and projects they consider contribute to Berkeley both aesthetically and in terms of civic engagement. […]