The Uptown bar from a team of Asian American fine-dining folks welcomes customers back with a new menu of savory eats, desserts and drinks.
Alameda County expects to enter the less restrictive reopening tier this week, but some publicans say the inhibition-dropping effects of alcohol are giving them pause to reopen.
Andres Giraldo Florez’s mission with Snail Bar is to marry his obsession with natural wines and his love for slow food.
Revenue is down at 1951 Coffee by 90%, but the nonprofit is hopeful it can survive the pandemic and continue helping refugees through its barista training program along the way.
He was sentenced to six and a half years but is getting out two years early.
With bars closed, M Squared Spirits founder and Oakland-based mixologist Michael Cecconi finds ways to bring his artistry into people’s homes.
We spoke to several East Bay specialty liquor retailers to find out how the pandemic has affected business.
Jeremy Bled says his goal is to create more jobs. He recently opened a location in San Francisco, and will open a fourth location in Old Oakland in March.
Alcoholic Beverage Control suspended the Safeway store’s license after it sold alcohol to minors three times within two weeks.
The West Oakland-based brewery aims to open the Laurel District taproom for takeout sales in February.
For $50, the Berkeley-based sake brewery gives attendees five different sakes and a one-hour live Zoom lesson on drinking and pairing sakes.
Buck Wild Brewing Taproom is a partnership between California’s first gluten-free brewery and Kitava, a San Francisco-based ‘clean food’ restaurant.