For its first three years in Berkeley, the chocolate factory was closed to the public. Now it's opened its doors for guided tours.
Karen Urbanek is a visual artist and natural dye expert who makes award-winning handcrafted chocolates out of a kitchen in North Berkeley.
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This warm-spiced chocolate pudding is a perfect treat for a cozy winter evening.
End-of-Summer discounted tickets for Uncharted Festival (over 35% off regular price) end at midnights on Friday Sept. 23.
An update on TCHO chocolate, a second Korean restaurant makes plans to open on Solano Avenue, a pasta-centric joint is headed to Rockridge, and more in this week's Bites.
Pascale Martin is making and selling a unique French confection — chocolate praline — out of her home in Berkeley's Claremont neighborhood.
Endorfin makes delicate vegan chocolate bars flavored with ancient recipes for tonics that, they say, are good for our health. What's not to like?
In need of more space to grow premium chocolate maker TCHO is leaving SF for a historic building in Berkeley.
It took our intrepid reporter 30 seconds to accept an invitation to join Bittersweet's "resident chocolate geek" David Salowich in a chocolate tasting session.
By John Harris
It’s time to eat chocolate and get creative with chalk — what’s not to like about that? This year’s Chocolate & Chalk Art Festival takes place on Saturday June 2, 10:00 am-5:00 pm, in the Gourmet Ghetto — and, as a proud media sponsor, Berkeleyside will have a booth there. So come say hello when you’ve sampled enough of the cacao products.
Two Latinas originally from L.A, with a shared passion for chocolate, Mexico, and social justice, are combining forces to open Casa de Chocolates in The Elmwood today.