Last year, the Cheese Board took over The Produce Center, a former longtime Gourmet Ghetto grocery store. Nosh checked in with the collective to find out what's to come there. The short answer: "more of us."
While many gym members don't like the idea that a major investor in the fitness facilities threw a fundraiser for Trump, they said canceling their memberships might hurt those who work there.
The Berkeley-based farmers market and wholesale vendor now has a small taproom on University Avenue, where it serves fermented drinks and fermented foods.
Two East Bay real estate firms become one; plus colorful crafts on College and Vintage European Posters says adieu.
The store sold alcohol to minors three times in the past three years.
Three new businesses — offering clothing, real estate and health products — have opened, plus good-bye to a San Pablo boutique.
Two long-established businesses are closing, but bibliophiles will rush to the pop-up sale of remaining stock at Turtle Island Book Shop.
Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events.
By the end of the year, existing Safeway Community Markets will be renamed Andronico's and sell more local, fresh-made and upscale food options.
Sylvia Osborne-Calierno and Jeremy Scheiblauer's new take-out spot will honor the ethos and community vibe of the former collectively run institution.
This will be the San Francisco cult bakery's first East Bay location. It will be open for breakfast and lunch.
The seven-year-old restaurant will close its doors today, following its final service from noon to 6 p.m. (or until food sells out).