Organizations like Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church in West Oakland have opened their doors and kitchens to make sure no child goes hungry while the strike continues.
The owners took over the neighborhood bar 10 years ago and decided on 1939 as its founding date.
By creating a mobile app and robots that prepare and serve orders, Bbox provides cheaper, more efficient coffee, and plans to expand its technology to more restaurant automation.
Spenger’s auctions unearth unusual, valuable items and loads of nostalgia for former Berkeley restaurant
The Spenger maritime collection went to auction this past weekend, but the rarest items, including a 34.29-carat diamond and a rare Japanese vase from the Chicago World's Fair, will take place in February.
Owners Olivia Maki and Mike Reis are on a mission to educate people about cider. Their shop offers 113 craft varietals from around the world by the bottle and 10 ciders on draft.
This new German gastropub serves beer and Teutonic fare, like schnitzel, spaetzle and currywurst and fries.
A follow-up to its San Francisco restaurant, Co Nam's second location focuses on bar bites that expand diners' expectations of what Vietnamese food should taste like (and cost).
Investigative reporter and UC Berkeley journalism school lecturer Mark Schapiro explains why efforts to reclaim the global seed supply is more important than ever.
The city's new minimum wage is meant to benefit low-wage workers, but some local restaurant owners say it'll mean higher menu prices, shorter business hours and more closures.
Under the ownership of Berkeley Playhouse founders Elizabeth McKoy and Tim Choate, the Rockridge coffee house offers artists and the community a place to interact.
Hot plates, Irish coffees and memories: Last day at Brennan’s, one of Berkeley’s last blue-collar restaurants
Staff and customers spoke about their favorite moments at the 60-year-old restaurant as they enjoyed the final hours at the beloved institution.
Nomadic Coffee recruits and pays emerging and established poets to write verse to include in every bag of beans.