On Tuesday, the sister location of The Trappist closed. In its place will be the first East Bay location for San Francisco's largest independent brewery.
Côte West winemaker Bret Hogan is taking California grapes to town — Meursault, Burgundy, to be exact — for his flagship wine. It's not your grandma's Chardonnay.
The friends behind this new Jewel Box neighborhood café were inspired by the food, drinks and vibe of eateries in Spain.
Bartavelle's easy-breezy Tuesday and Friday evening wine bar offers a Portuguese and Spanish-influenced menu that's seasonal, fresh and au courant.
San Francisco-based coffee roaster Wrecking Ball says its Shattuck Avenue café will de-emphasize coffee to prioritize diversity and inclusion in coffee culture.
The Berkeley-based farmers market and wholesale vendor now has a small taproom on University Avenue, where it serves fermented drinks and fermented foods.
The store sold alcohol to minors three times in the past three years.
Patrons come from near and far to gather 'round the piano and sing — or just listen — at the 'ramshackle roadhouse' on Grand Avenue, where time has seemingly stood still.
After almost six years on 40th Street, the beer hall says the rising cost of labor and a failure to adapt quickly enough were the reasons it could not stay afloat.
"Going down the pub" is a quintessential British experience. But it’s notoriously difficult to replicate on this side of the Atlantic. Nosh set out to discover if anything comes close in the East Bay.
On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, three Oakland bar owners and workers discuss the role gay bars and nightclubs play today.
From June 26 through July 7, the Euro-Mediterranean restaurant in Rockridge will host a traditional Georgian food and wine dinner series.