The no-frills, hole-in-the-wall, mom-and-pop shop Vegi Food may need to find a new home after more than 30 years serving loyal diners at its Vine Street location in the Gourmet Ghetto.
A crew from Chez Panisse restaurant are headed to Cuba later this year -- and the public are invited to join this cross-cultural, culinary expedition.
Three years on, Local 123, a popular cafe in west Berkeley, has created a community -- and expanded its borders beyond its San Pablo Avenue location.
Local culinary couple Joan Ellis and Patrick Hooker bring seasonal, rustic fare to an appreciative crowd at the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.
UC Berkeley's Emiliana Simon-Thomas, of the Greater Good Science Center, discusses the importance of gratitude at the Pathways to Gratefulness event on Saturday in San Francisco.
The Berkeley-based Center for Ecoliteracy is working with the Oakland Unified School District to dramatically improve school food for all its students.
Three Berkeley elementary schools secure additional federal funding for their cooking and gardening programs for the next academic year.
The Tuesday Berkeley Farmers' Market -- which has called Derby Street at MLK Way home for 25 years -- is moving to the Lorin District next month.
Produce growers and livestock keepers in Berkeley share their tools, tips, and tricks, about raising livestock and growing your own food in the city on the upcoming Urban Farm Tour.
This Sunday at UC Berkeley's Pauley Ballroom the non-profit organization Three Squares raises awareness -- and funds -- for its free cooking programs for low-income residents.
Find out from owner Suzanne Drexhage what kind of food and flavor are coming to the new Bartavelle Coffee & Wine Bar, in the former Cafe Fanny space.
Might a winter crop of greens occupy Gill Tract later this year, site of the current standoff between UC Berkeley and Occupy the Farm?