This week: A new store on Fourth Street serving "the busy professional/nomad," a cat-lovers' startup and an app that promises to make parking in Berkeley a breeze.
The land is zoned for manufacturing and the city wants to hear ideas about how to convert it from heavy industrial use. That will also make it easier to sell.
Diana Afroza and Nick Ahmed's new restaurant will offer a regularly changing menu of fresh, locally sourced and scratch-made dishes from all regions of south Asia.
This is the third 4-star Amazon store in the country and it's packed with items rated 4-stars or more by customers.
[Sponsored] As it prepares to mark its 19th anniversary on Oct. 31, BPG is doubling down on its mission to provide safe access to quality cannabis and is supporting local efforts to end homelessness in Alameda County.
A new compounding pharmacy, a brand launch and flagship, soap manufacturing moving to Oakland, and details of a global beauty brand opening.
The shutdown of the 128-year-old restaurant follows closely after the closures of longtime Berkeley institutions Brennan's and Hs Lordships.
A return to Berkeley for a Sausalito-founded clothes store, a new "green" hair salon, a popup sock shop, a yoga studio expands from San Francisco and Dark Entry closes — catch up on on latest local business news.
After receiving harsh feedback about his open letter of penance to the community, the Oakland restaurateur has amended his apology.
Referencing classical art and pop culture to promote grocery shopping is a stretch, but it works for a place as Berkeley as the Bowl.
In a long letter sent by email to the Pizzaiolo community, the East Bay restaurateur expresses remorse and talks about the steps he has taken to improve his operation moving forward.
The renovated plaza will have café tables and chairs, new trees, a sculpture, a sound installation, and a stage for the dozen of live performances planned each month.