Four Berkeley and five Oakland restaurants have made it into the newly published San Francisco Chronicle Top 100.
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Suzanne Drexhage, owner of Bartavelle Coffee & Wine Bar in Berkeley, doesn't eat junk food. Street food, sure. Taco trucks, yes!
Six Berkeley dining spots were named Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurants this year and two are missing from last year's list of seven "good value" eateries.
A conversation with Chris Geideman, the owner-chef of the popular and critically-acclaimed izakaya joint Ippuku.
The Chronicle’s food writer Michael Bauer chose the same five Berkeley restaurants that made it into last year’s Top 100 for his 2012 selection.
Looking for Bibimbap, momo, or salchipapas in Berkeley? We've got it covered in our ethnic eats roundup.
Alice Medrich, the author, is best known for her high-end sweets cookbooks devoted to serious bakers and dessert makers, including the bestsellers Pure Dessert and Bittersweet: Recipes and Tales from a Life in Chocolate. Alice Medrich, the dessert chef and chocolatier, is best known for her influential and ahead-of-its time shop Cocolat. Medrich ran the store, opened on Shattuck Avenue in 1976, for 14 years.
Do Berkeleyside readers even need an introduction to the mother of the American fresh, local, sustainable, organic food movement?