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.
Oakland's Hina Yakitori is the newest in a growing crop of fun, drink-friendly Japanese izakaya restaurants across the East Bay.
Stateside Bakery in Berkeley lets you relive your childhood with updated twists on treats like Twinkies and Oreos.
Benjamin Seto of the blog Focus:Snap:Eat took a first look at Shiba Ramen, the low-key, affordable ramen stall in Emeryville's Public Market.
The East Bay has seen a boom in quirky, community-focused wine shops that are expanding the way customers think about wine.
Benjamin Seto of the blog Focus:Snap:Eat took a gander at Uptown's new-ish beer garden, Drake's Dealership. He liked what he found.
Come along with NOSH as we learn about Nido's signature dish, tasajo asado y chorizo Oaxaqueno.
Howden Market is the newest upscale market in Oakland. Follow along as we explore the shop in photographs.
The East Bay is proving to be a boomtown for small-scale coffee roasters. We take you on a tour.
The bakery is the last major tenant to join the Hive for 2015. Come along with NOSH as we take a tour of the entire development.
William Lue, the co-owner of East Oakland's Grocery Café sat down with NOSH to share how he makes one of his restaurant's most popular dishes: the Burmese tea salad.
Focus: Snap: Eat ventures to the East Oakland restaurant to explore a range of Southeast Asian noodle soups.