Wondering where to eat and drink in Oakland? Try visiting West Oakland, Old Oakland or KoNo — we'll be your guide.
Looking for inspiration on where to eat and drink in the East Bay? Check out these top picks by some of the area's best chefs.
West Oakland has more than a few good eating destinations. Not sure where to head? Join NOSH on a food tour of the neighborhood.
A new Sprouts Farmers Market plans to open in Oakland, new restaurant water restrictions planned, and much more in this week's Bites.
Two new East Bay breweries are getting closer to opening, while B-Side BBQ and Café Rustica are calling it a day.
Mention "Berkeleyside Nosh" at Mrs Dalloway's bookstore and you'll receive a 10% discount on any of these books!
Opening two restaurants in underserved neighborhoods, Tanya Holland has had her share of challenges, but there's no doubt people love what she's delivering.
News from Rosamunde Sausage, Smashburger, Plum Bar and much more, in this week's Bites.
The new Kilovolt Coffee hopes to electrify a West Oakland neighborhood that it says is sorely lacking in coffee possibilities.
Bites is Nosh’s round-up of restaurant and bar openings and closings in the East Bay. Got a tip or scoop? Send it our way to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oakland has never lacked for good food and, arguably, one the best ways to appreciate the city is to tuck into a hearty platter of soul food. We pick four top spots.
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?
I don’t think most Berkeleyans take our wondrous food choices for granted, but if you’ve become blasé, take a gander at how a Boston writer reacts to the Gourmet Ghetto. That and some choice Oakland spots represent an “omnivore’s dreamworld” for writer Patricia Borns.