The Washington D.C.-based healthy fast food chain will replace Oscar's, the iconic hamburger restaurant that operated for 65 years.
Bay Wolf opened three years after Chez Panisse, and both have well-earned reputations for consistently putting fresh, delicious, seasonal food on the plates of a loyal clientele for more than four decades.
Berkeley's first kava bar has opened on University, the Adeline neighborhood has new Zing Café, and more in this week's Bites.
From the judges through to the winners, the East Bay made its presence felt at the 2015 Good Food Awards.
Mention "Berkeleyside Nosh" at Mrs Dalloway's bookstore and you'll receive a 10% discount on any of these books!
Inspired by the cowboy Chuck Wagon, the Charlie Cart Project hopes to teach school kids around the country to cook with a little kitchen on wheels.
Douglas Gayeton's new book is a dictionary of sorts, albeit with gorgeous images. He hopes it will change the way we make and consume food.
The new Edible Education 101 class is starting up at UC Berkeley. Now to snag one of those free tickets!
Two new spots promise to liven up Telegraph Avenue, and an SF vegan restaurant is set to open offshoot in the Gourmet Ghetto.
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver dropped in on a cookery class today at King School and had a tour of its famous garden by Alice Waters.
Four months after a fire forced the closure of Chez Panisse, it's back in business. Step inside the iconic restaurant for a peak at its newly redone interiors.
Alice Waters of Chez Panisse talks to Berkeleyside on the eve of the reopening of the iconic restaurant, nearly three months after it was badly damaged in an early-morning fire.
Chez Panisse is closed indefinitely after careful scrutiny of the damage caused to the famous restaurant by an early-morning fire on March 8 revealed that it needs significant demolition and reconstruction work that will take longer than originally anticipated.