More than 50 Berkeley and Oakland restaurants and bars are celebrating Cinco de Mayo with fundraising events to support immigrants.
Alice Waters describes Carrie Glenn's aesthetic influence Chez Panisse as "impossible to measure" and her new children's book, 'Clever Cybèle' as "utterly charming."
The much-anticipated Juhu Beach Club sister restaurant opens its doors on Wednesday April 26 for coffee, chai, breakfast sandwiches, toast and pastries.
Jeff Mason's popular lunchtime outpost in Uptown Oakland is serving sandwiches created by guest chefs from Ramen Shop, Mr. Jiu's, Serious Eats, more.
The recently shuttered vegetarian café and wine bar reopens its doors for a four-course vegetarian, gluten-free dinner this weekend and more pop-ups with local businesses.
Sunhui Chang’s original blend of traditional and innovative Korean-inspired cooking will be missed when the West Oakland restaurant closes at the end of this week.
On Thursday, eight Berkeley restaurants have committed to giving at least 15% of their proceeds to BUSD's gardening and cooking program.
A family with a long history on Telegraph Avenue has opened a new store in the old Fred's Market space.
Three Twins and Mr. Dewie's have opened new shops and will soon be joined by Humphry Slocombe in the East Bay.
Adesso on Piedmont Avenue will close after 8 years; but there are exciting food and drink openings to report too.
Bestselling flavors at the "we like it weird" San Francisco ice cream shop include Elvis (The Fat Years), Potato Chips and Here's Your Damn Strawberry.
The popular North Oakland wine shop will hold a party March 30, complete with free bites and wine.
It's the second East Bay iteration of the LocoL chain, that aims to bring wholesome, affordable food to underserved communities.