Under owners Jen Cremer and Richard Clark, the former Charlie Hallowell restaurant has sought to rebuild its reputation as a warm, welcoming place with a focus on well-executed food and hospitality.
Genova Delicatessen’s last day in business is April 30, People’s Café has moved across the street and The Wolf will open in the former Bay Wolf space. This news, and more, in today’s Bites.
The effects of new minimum wages are causing a ripple effect of changes across the East Bay restaurant scene.
Michael Bauer’s new Top 100 restaurant list, published in the San Francisco Chronicle, includes a growing list of East Bay restaurants.
Russell Moore of Camino, has a very local, barter-based source for some of his produce. He’s not alone in enjoying a system based on goodwill and friendships.
Four Berkeley and five Oakland restaurants have made it into the newly published San Francisco Chronicle Top 100.
It’s all happening on Oakland’s Grand Avenue, and Charlie Hallowell is giving back to the community big time.
If, like Ms. Barstool, you’ve missed the bar at the back of pizzeria Boot & Shoe Service, hurry down to Grand Avenue to see creative cocktail making in action.