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.
Despite a diagnosis of a life-threatening blood disease, the young entrepreneur is finding success with a thriving Berkeley-based catering company, Salt & Honey.
Dinner at the new Oaxacan restaurant in Uptown is fun, friendly and spicy in all the best ways.
The Richmond-based bakery provides a first stop in the workforce for those who are rebuilding their lives after drug addiction or a prison sentence.
LocoL owners Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi plan to open at least three more Bay Area locations of the healthier fast food chain by the end of the year.
New owners have revamped the West Berkeley market, adding a new coat of paint, fresh produce and a range of groceries requested by the diverse community.
The vegan deli is serving a meatball sub good enough to satisfy an omnivore.
Vincent and Andrew Katirattragarn's four-year-old company makes savory onion chips and "addictive" coconut chips.