Eleven local food and drink venues that are brand new, and nine eateries that have shuttered permanently.
Restaurants across the East Bay are starting to reopen for al fresco dining with physical distancing measures in place. Find out what’s open.
Learn about the 12 newly opened food and drink venues in Berkeley, Oakland and elsewhere in the East Bay, along with 7 businesses that shuttered permanently.
As the pandemic continues, markets have been addressing new challenges to keep stores stocked, while maintaining safety for its customers and workers.
Along with German and English specialty products, owners Bruno and Cindy Frisch provide a community gathering place and friendly service that goes above and beyond the norm.
For 21 years, Yaoya-san in El Cerrito has built a following for its well-stocked Japanese kitchen staples. In October, the market expanded its square footage two-fold.
Our 9-year-old reviewer opines on his favorite family-friendly venues to eat and play.
This month, the East Bay welcomed almost 20 new eateries, including Thai Table, Easterly, Bissap Baobab, and Zomsa Himalayan Kitchen, and said goodbye to La Bedaine, Wildcard Brewing and many others.
More than 20 restaurants opened, 17 closed in the East Bay. This month’s list includes several noteworthy spots in San Leandro, El Cerrito and beyond.
This new family-owned restaurant specializes in dumplings that are boiled, giving them a delightfully chewy texture.
More than 20 restaurants opened this month across the East Bay, while 13 — including Berkeley’s Nefeli Caffe — closed.
Openings include Café Ohlone, The Payback and Mike Hess Brewing; while Cam Huong, Brennan’s, Gordo Taqueria and three others closed.