Local restaurants where you can get food during the shelter-in-place order.
Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events.
Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events
In what we’re calling the Grand-Solano Deep-Dish Double Dare, we visited four locations — Zachary’s and The Star on Grand Avenue, and Zachary’s and Little Star on Solano Avenue — to compare the two beloved brands.
Our last roundup of 2019 tallies more than 20 new East Bay restaurants and 11 closures.
Nosh and Berkeleyside editors and writers share their favorite bites from 2019.
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.”
Looking to eat out on Christmas Day? We’ve compiled a list of nearly 30 spots in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond that are ready to serve on Dec. 25.
For this list of nearly 30 restaurants, Nosh polled a wide variety of locals of varying ages and food preferences to ask where they like to go for quiet conversation with their meal.
Boichik Bagels, Spinning Bones and Superhero Desserts join 16 businesses that opened in November; 10 closed, including Flora, Bacheesos Berkeley and Doña Tomás.
Whether you’re craving turkey and all the fixings, or just looking for a restaurant that’s open and serving its regular menu, we’ve got suggestions for you.
This month, 18 new eateries opened, including Milkbomb, Binney Park and Zachary’s on Grand Avenue; 18 closed.