With her personal chef business on hold due to COVID-19, Marla Simon is focusing on Scarlet Fire, a hot sauce that tips a hat to jam bands and spice lovers.
Tempting sweet and savory High Holiday fare — round challah, braised chicken, brisket, honey cake, more — from local restaurants, bakeries and caterers.
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.
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.
Plus: People’s Cafe, 1951 Coffee in Rockridge have closed; Stay Gold and Porque No? Tacos reopen; more East Bay food news.
Plus, a mana’eesh pop-up from Dyafa chef Mona Leena Michael; Zing! Cafe taco stand; Yellow Door opens in Montclair; and more East Bay food news.
After months of COVID-induced carb and comfort food binging, chef Jeff Wampler’s curated menu of seasonal soups and salads might be just what you need.
Broke Ass Cooks, Sweet Wheezy Treats and Jason Botterill are out-of-work or financially uncertain chefs who’ve turned to social media to sell meals during the pandemic.
The campaign partners with restaurants to spread the word and raise money for voting rights organizations.
Plus, Enssaro and Kinja are temporarily closed; Chop Bar’s next pig roast; Gourmet Puff now at Forage Kitchen and more East Bay food news.
To keep staff and customers safe, this small, well-stocked West Berkeley neighborhood market has created an online ordering and curbside pickup system.