Nosh’s drink writer looks back on the five cocktails that tickled her tastebuds this year, plus one noteworthy non-alcoholic drink that she calls “comfort food in a mug.”
John Krause spent 11 years in and out of Bay Area prisons before founding his East Bay-based coffee company, which gives second chances to former inmates.
Quokka Brew says it counteracts the anxiety-causing effects of coffee with amino acids and plant extracts, but does it work, and more importantly, does it taste good?
The wine tasting room in Temescal Alley aims to be educational, fun and delicious.
A Q&A with Dr. John Bry of Perfusion Vineyard, an uncommon local winery located on the border of Wildcat Canyon.
Its food menu is still finding its footing, but after just one month, the large festive outdoor space and the tequila and mezcal-focused bar are already a hit.
Get to know the interesting history behind this beloved Rockridge institution, the first bar in Oakland to obtain its liquor license after Prohibition ended.
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.