After going on 40 years, the bakery’s owners say they are “getting too old for the excitement of successive five-year leases” and would like to secure a long-term future. They’ve bought a building on the same block.
Bartavelle’s easy-breezy Tuesday and Friday evening wine bar offers a Portuguese and Spanish-influenced menu that’s seasonal, fresh and au courant.
Expect wine and drinks featuring vermouth and other wine-based bitters, as well as a menu of snacks.
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East Bay chefs gathered for a competition held to spotlight efforts to bring healthier food options to low-income neighborhoods in Oakland.
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