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  • Bonita Fish Market, Sichuan Style, more

    Berkeley's Bonita Fish Market has closed (at least temporarily), both King Tsin and The Pasta Shop have changed names, Old Oakland throws a huge party, and much more in this week's Bites.

  • Nico’s Hideaway, Half Orange beer garden

    The Gourmet Ghetto is getting an Italian-American restaurant, The Half Orange opens a beer garden, Mockingbird is moving, and much more East bay food news in this week's Bites.

  • Vegan butcher shop plans go kaput, more

    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.

  • Shop Talk: The ins and outs of Berkeley businesses

    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…)

  • Anvil Brewing to open in West Berkeley, more

    Berkeley is getting a new brewery. Anvil Brewing plans on opening at 912 Gilman St. this spring. We bring you this news and much more in this week's Bites.

  • What’s new in East Bay food, XXXVII

    Berkeley's new fish market, The Mead Kitchen takes off, and Box and Bells finally launches: All in this week's edition of Bites on Nosh.

  • Restaurants, delis embrace Passover feasts

    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.