East Bay restaurants, food retails and food organizations are banding together for recovery efforts with long-term social justice in mind.
Where to eat, drink and support organizations like ACLU, DACA and immigrant groups.
In this week's Bites, we've got news on two Berkeley restaurant closures, two businesses that are expanding, and much more.
Russell Moore and Allison Hopelain, along with Brian Crookes, will open the kebab-focused restaurant in the former Salsipuedes location.
Berkeley will soon get a new seafood-focused wine bar and Oakland's Laurel District is likely to gain two beer gardens — these details and more, in this week's Bites.
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.
Oakland and Berkeley's Restaurant Weeks begin Jan. 14 and run through the end of the month. Over 100 restaurants across the region are participating this year.
The new cookbook takes you inside one of the East Bay's most highly regarded restaurant kitchens and offers a variety of recipes, from fall salads to trotter fritters.
The Gourmet Ghetto is getting an Italian-American restaurant, The Half Orange opens a beer garden, Mockingbird is moving, and much more East bay food news in this week's Bites.
The effects of new minimum wages are causing a ripple effect of changes across the East Bay restaurant scene.
In this week's Bites, OVO and Mad Oak open North Oakland, Sequoia Diner is getting close, and there's a new noodle spot in Berkeley.
Michael Bauer's new Top 100 restaurant list, published in the San Francisco Chronicle, includes a growing list of East Bay restaurants.
Oakland raises its minimum wage to $12.25, prompting many changes at local restaurants, Mr. Espresso wins an SCAA award, and much more in this week's Bites.