The Oakland-based absinthe maker is making small-batch absinthe, a spirit which has only been legal to make since 2007.
There's plenty of beer at this taproom and bottle shop, but chef Flor Crisotomo's beautiful and affordable Mexican food is another reason to visit.
Preeti Mistry's new fast-casual eatery takes on Indian pizza — Neapolitan-style, with Indian flavors.
Expect handblended herbal teas, house-made golden milk, reishi roast "coffee," and nourishing eats at this new café on Telegraph Avenue.
Raise a pint of Guinness to Oakland's new Irish pub, featuring a cozy fireplace, a large selection of Irish whiskeys, and traditional Irish fare.
Top Leaf Farms and Oaktown Farms are taking their produce to new heights — literally.
The entrepreneur is expanding her health-food business to the greater Bay Area, including a store in the Elmwood.
Berkeley-based founder Evy Ballegeer makes a version of the popular cookie that evokes her home country of Belgium.
The new Peruvian restaurant opened earlier this fall.
Noah Alper had a long journey, from Cambridge, MA to Jerusalem and then to Berkeley, before founding Noah's Bagels in 1989.
The pop-up cooking school is a project of two Tante Marie vets, Berkeley's Frances Wilson and Oakland's Jen Knapp. Most classes take place at Berkeley's Rocket Restaurant Resource.
The seafood-focused restaurant serves classic American cuisine in a prime location overlooking the estuary.