Catch up on all of this week's food news, like Hoi Polloi's expansion and Genova Delicatessen's uncertain future, in this week's Bites. Plus, get the deets on Super Bowl and Valentine's Day specials!
We are totally spoilt for choice these days when it comes to places to head for a good beer and a bite. Here's a pick of some great new spots.
Berkeley's hotly anticipated Westbrae Biergarten has soft opened, Old Oakland's The Cook and Her Farmer is live.
ONE MEDICAL GROUP The “fastest-growing primary care practice in the country” has opened an office in Berkeley, at 1801 Shattuck Ave. at Hearst. One Medical Group says it offers “high-quality care and modern conveniences that you wouldn’t find at your typical doctor’s office” and its services are “designed around patients’ needs and busy lifestyles.” One Medical is throwing an opening celebration at its new office on Thursday June 5 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. There will be food from Liba Falafel , wine and beer, and a raffle to win some local goodies. RSVPs are appreciated. (more…)
A new gay bar next to the Paramount, a new coffee roaster for Berkeley, and many more food or drinking spots opening near you.
SHARETEA Taiwanese bubble milk tea chain ShareTea opened at 2440 Bancroft Way (between Telegraph and Dana) over the weekend and the “buy one get one free” offer had people lining up out the door. ShareTea was founded in 1992 with its first store in Taipei City, and has expanded globally since then. It offers a variety of iced and blended teas, fruit and milk teas, as well as a few hot brews. (more…)
Two pre-school friends have teamed up to buy and renovate a former bike repair shop in South Berkeley to create a new neighborhood restaurant.
This week on Bites: Two new Filipino spots, a Hoi Polloi update and several fun, upcoming events.
New restaurants and coffee shops, foodie tours and book readings: it's all there in the new edition of Bites.
Bites is Berkeleyside Nosh’s round-up of restaurant, bar and food-related news in the East Bay.
A new nano-brewpub in the Lorin District looks poised to join the ranks of Berkeley's burgeoning beer scene later this year.
Moxy Beer Garden, owned by Berkeley couple Amy and Mike Voisenat, will offer a menu of burgers, salads, and 14 craft beers on tap.