Restaurant Week starts in both Berkeley and Oakland tomorrow — these are the places to head to get your money's worth.
Lachu Moorjani has sold long-running Solano Avenue Indian restaurant Ajanta, The Lodge on Piedmont opens, Grange Hall closes, and much more East Bay food news in this week's Bites.
The good news is it's all about openings these days: read about The Station, Ramen Tomo, Bittersweet, Smitten and Toast in our weekly round-up.
Bites is Berkeleyside Nosh’s round-up of restaurant, bar and food-related news in the East Bay.
Come along with Nosh as we explore East Bay restaurants in photographs. This week we focus on Ajanta in North Berkeley.
The East Bay offers many dining spots to celebrate New Year's Eve. We've collected a list of highlights here.
Four East Bay restaurants have been singled out by Zagat for being the best in the Bay Area for particular types of cuisine. Want to know who they are?
The Chronicle’s food writer Michael Bauer chose the same five Berkeley restaurants that made it into last year’s Top 100 for his 2012 selection.
Looking for Bibimbap, momo, or salchipapas in Berkeley? We've got it covered in our ethnic eats roundup.
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.
The two days of Caltopia were quite a whirl for students, faculty and staff, as well as for exhibitors like Berkeleyside. From the tens of thousands who passed through the self-proclaimed “greatest days on planet Earth”, we were able to have conversations about local news with hundreds of people, we launched OneNews/Berkeleyside, our exciting new citizen journalism app, and we even found some potential new journalists.
UC Berkeley freshmen, some looking dazed, others excited, as well as more blasé seniors, turned out in their thousands on Sunday for Day One of Caltopia, the self-described “two greatest days on the planet”.