The sign was taken down to make building repairs. A new café should open in the same location later this year.
Rosemarie Alejandrino went to Caffe Med on its penultimate night. It was empty and quiet, two words she would have never thought to describe the place that was always full of heart and lively chaos.
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A crowd turned out for the send-off of Caffe Med, the storied Telegraph Avenue café that is referred to as the "home of the latte," and, famously, was featured in the movie 'The Graduate.'
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The new owners will give the café space an extensive remodel, including the addition of wheelchair-accessible restrooms and an upgraded kitchen.
A man facing arrest on Telegraph Avenue smashed out the rear window of a police cruiser with his head after first breaking the glass door of a nearby business, authorities said.
Whether a new owner will keep the famous coffee shop as is, or bring change to Telegraph Avenue, remains to be seen.
A local coffee shop owner on Telegraph Avenue fought back after three teens with a gun tried to rob him in late September. The Alameda County district attorney’s office charged the young men with robbery this week.
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The second annual Berkeley Coffee & Tea Festival took place on Saturday morning at the Hotel Shattuck and, if you attended, you’re probably only now coming down from the caffeine- and sugar-induced buzz it induced.
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