Downtown Berkeley, as well as Southside and Northside, all made it into a new Top 10 ranking of most walkable neighborhoods among mid-size Bay Area cities.
Berkeley’s Local Butcher Shop now counts among its rank three female butchers — co-owner Monica Rocchino, Kelly Taylor and Renee Reed. This is their story.
Willy Perez, a Cheese Board alum and Berkeley High grad, has just opened his second restaurant focused on fresh Mexican fare and philanthropy.
The owners of the much-loved deli say they will take their time to find the right buyer for the 30-year-old Berkeley restaurant.
Ms. Barstool visits the Gourmet Ghetto restaurant and bar for seasonal cocktails in a garden-like environment.
North Berkeley’s Corso has gradually evolved over the years. Now the restaurant is truly coming into its own as it expands its handmade pasta and charcuterie programs.
Two new Berkeley cafés have found something new to offer. Mission: Heirloom serves coffee with camel’s milk or butter, while MeloMelo makes drinks with kava.
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.
Citing safety concerns, the city of Berkeley wants to move the North Berkeley farmers market to a few hundred feet south-east of its current site on Shattuck Avenue.