Get caught up on this week's noteworthy East Bay food news and events.
Café Rouge, a Berkeley institution, will close after dinner service on Dec. 30. This news, and much more, in this week's Bites
Berkeley's The Local Butcher Shop, Oakland's Duende and The Town Kitchen, and Albany's As You Wish Frozen Yogurt have been nominated for Localwise's first annual award ceremony.
Oakland and Berkeley's Restaurant Weeks begin Jan. 14 and run through the end of the month. Over 100 restaurants across the region are participating this year.
Hear from Nosh editors, food writers, rapper Lil B, a baker, butcher and a brewer on what tickled their tastebuds in 2015.
It might seem strange to refer to Monday’s OMGG performance at Freight & Salvage as a reunion concert, given the quartet’s average age hovers around 18, but these bluegrass musicians have already logged a lot of miles since they last performed together four years ago. The moniker stands for Obviously Minor Guys and a Girl, and the quartet brings together young players who have established themselves as fully equal to the task of performing with veteran masters.
Two new East Bay breweries are getting closer to opening, while B-Side BBQ and Café Rustica are calling it a day.
News from Rosamunde Sausage, Smashburger, Plum Bar and much more, in this week's Bites.
Come along with Nosh as we explore the East Bay food scene in photographs. This week we focus on Duende in Uptown Oakland.
A new cupcake shop in Berkeley and a new popcorn destination in Lakeshore: all this and more great food news in Bites.
Think you know food in the East Bay? Prove it by naming the restaurant and dish in the comments section.
The Tribune Tavern opens on April 10, Campovida winery launches new tasting room... all this and more hot East Bay food news.
Suzanne Drexhage, owner of Bartavelle Coffee & Wine Bar in Berkeley, doesn't eat junk food. Street food, sure. Taco trucks, yes!