Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events.
Restaurateur Chris Pastena says his landlord is unwilling to negotiate; the landlord says Pastena hasn’t been acting in good faith.
Five female entrepreneurs are breathing new life into Oakland’s only Senegalese restaurant.
Excluded from opportunities and support given to restaurants during the pandemic, many caterers are trying takeout, meal kits and even a drive-in movie night to survive.
Since COVID-19, Fare Community Kitchen has worked with community partners to make and distribute healthy, scratch-made meals for people in need.
Plus, Standard Fare brings back lunch service; MudLab hosts a zero-waste grand opening party and lots more of the latest East Bay food news.
The LNU and CZU Lightning complex fires have caused hazardous working conditions, endangered structures and prevented harvesting on farms that sell at Berkeley’s three weekly markets.
Its high rent and COVID-unfriendly dining space are the reasons the D’Alo family will close the College Avenue mainstay after a final service on Sept. 30.
Seventeen restaurants opened, eight closed for good, and many more are on temporary hiatus.
Marley’s Treats gives the purple yam its due. You’ll find cheesecakes, cupcakes and more made with the vibrant-hued tuber.
Before COVID-19, Blindwood depended on keg sales, but since selling directly to customers online, it’s found a new local community of fans.
Plus: People’s Cafe, 1951 Coffee in Rockridge have closed; Stay Gold and Porque No? Tacos reopen; more East Bay food news.