The noodles at this Chinatown spot are a must-order, but you’d be remiss not to try other dishes, like the cold chili chicken and shredded potato with hot oil sauce.
We visited OCHO’s 25,000-square-foot facility, getting a peek at its unique process of creating perfectly sized chocolate bars with soft, creamy fillings.
Trained as painters, longtime friends and chefs Duncan Kwitkor and Andrew Greene now express their artistic side through the dishes they create at Abstract Table.
Reem Assil’s new Jack London Square restaurant offers mezze and shared plates influenced by her Palestinian-Syrian heritage.
The neighborhood’s recent crop of dining spots hit refresh to survive in the competitive East Bay dining scene.
While the future is uncertain for this Berkeley BBQ shack, the BBQ is most certainly worth trying.
The menu focuses on hotpot, noodles and other classic Sichuan street snacks.
The secret to chef Nora Dunning’s childhood favorite and Drip Line’s bestselling dish? A lot of time and crispy fried chicken skin.
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California sensibilities hold true, while the Italian touches feel authentic at Donato Scotti’s newest restaurant in the Elmwood.
This café by day and wine bar by night finds inspiration from its chef’s time in France.
The popular vegan coffee shop on Piedmont Avenue has now doubled in size and will expand its bakery items over the coming months.
Tertulia Coffee, Oakland’s newest café, is also home to a contemporary art gallery showing the work of underrepresented artists.
Well-executed crowd favorites like Neapolitan-style pizzas and pan-roasted octopus make the newly reopened Marzano a solid neighborhood restaurant.
Elizabeth Vecchiarelli’s Temescal shop stocks everything you’d need to get into to home food preservation — from vinegar casks to canning jars.
Want to get out and about on an outdoor adventure? Try dropping in to one of our favorite East Bay spots for tasty, easy and unique picnic fare.