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.
Romeo’s Coffee, in the remodeled former Shakespeare & Co. space, is serving pastries from Starter Bakery, as well as juices, bagels, and sandwiches.
Adesso on Piedmont Avenue will close after 8 years; but there are exciting food and drink openings to report too.
Josephine has faced hurdles, but it's hopeful new legislation will help all small-scale food makers, many of whom are from migrant communities.
Over a dozen new restaurants have opened in Berkeley and Oakland this month. Fewer than 10 have closed.
A dinner, paired with Charlie Chaplin's "The Great Dictator," will take place Friday.
The sprawling restaurant, beer garden and music venue boasts 42 taps and 13,000 square feet of space.
Despite new ownership, the menu remains mostly the same at Venus, but it now accepts tips.
The family-run neighborhood café had a three and a half year run on Sacramento Street.
Berkeley will gain a new fried chicken wing restaurant, Fire Wings, in the coming months, as well as a Hong Kong-style Asian fusion restaurant.
Less than two weeks after closing the Berkeley location of Doughnut Dolly, owner Hannah Hoffman has shuttered her remaining two locations in Temescal and San Francisco.
The new gelato shop offers an original lineup of gelato and sorbets in flavors ranging from chocolate lemongrass to salted tamarind.