Store parking lots are jammed. People are lining up to get inside. Some shelves are empty, while there are ample supplies of most goods. Everyone seems to be shopping.
The restaurant will continue to offer take-out and delivery service. Other restaurants appear to be following suit.
Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events. Many local restaurants have been impacted by concerns about the coronavirus.
Try pandan and coconut flavored toast, jiggly Japanese-style soufflé pancakes, mochi waffles and more.
Chef Mohammad Abutaha moved from Amman to the Bay Area, where he couldn’t find the flavors from home, so he started a pop-up to satisfy his cravings and introduce Jordan-style street food to others.
The hotly anticipated cocktail lounge from chef Nelson German offers diners a fun space to eat and drink — and permission to slow down and stay awhile.
Amazon, which owns Whole Foods, has been dedicating more and more space to grocery delivery services since that sector is growing rapidly
Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events.
Edward and Anna Yoon’s new restaurant on the northside of UC Berkeley is the first in the Bay Area to offer the Korean street food snack.
The Afro-vegan chef aims to show more people that eating vegetable-based meals is simple, affordable and delicious.
U:Dessert Story, Viridian, Kokoro Donburi, Arizmendi Emeryville and 14 other eateries opened this month; 12 spots closed.
Volunteers cook and deliver vegan burritos, water, fruit and dog food directly to people at encampments in East Oakland. The group celebrates its second anniversary with another delivery this weekend.