Vegan butcher shop and deli The Butcher's Son has found a new location on University Avenue, and the owners hope to open by the end of the year. This news and more in this week's Bites.
Solano Avenue is no longer getting a vegan butcher shop, OVO Tavern plans its grand opening, and much more East Bay food news in this week's Bites.
PHOENIX GYM OPENING Phoenix Gym opened its doors in West Berkeley this month. Phoenix Gym offers personal training and group bootcamps for all fitness goals and levels of expertise. Owner Kelly Mills plans to add more class times based on neighborhood interest and availability. “Moving into our own space has been nerve-wracking but really fun and exciting,” Mills said. The gym is in soft opening model in preparation for its mid-July grand opening, and is currently available for classes or training sessions. Sign up for personal training or a bootcamp at Phoenix Gym’s website, or by phone: 415-260-1112. Phoenix Gym is located at 1390 10th St., one block south of Gilman Street. (more…)
Oakland's historic Starline Social Club re-opens, Red Bay Coffee launches a Kickstarter, and much more in this week's Bites.
West Oakland's Continental Club has a new owner, the Wolfhound Bar opens, and much more in this week's Bites.
The new Rockridge Food Tour stands out from the pack with its focus on the neighborhood's history and its more established food spots.
From the judges through to the winners, the East Bay made its presence felt at the 2015 Good Food Awards.
With all her knowledge of working with artisanal food businesses, Susie Wyshak realized she was the perfect person to help others start their own. So she wrote the book.
Mother's Day brunch spots, more details on Berkeley's upcoming "Dine Out" to save school cooking and gardening program, and more, in this week's edition of Bites.
A host of top chefs, as well as Narsai David, helped raise a total of $225,000 for Meals on Wheels last week.
A hot restaurant opening, a new bakery on the way, and lots more hearty food news and delicious happenings.
Passover's traditional seder is normally held at home, but that doesn't mean you can't take advantage of special menus at East Bay foodie spots.
Berkeleyside’s online food magazine NOSH, covering the East Bay, launched in November and publishes many stories every week on restaurant openings, ethnic food finds, news, chefs’ secrets, recipes, and much more. In case you missed them, here are some of the articles that have appeared there in the past few days: