The East Bay's biggest food stories included Mezzo salads, Ippudo ramen, the death of Andronico's and Norikonoko, the rise of "fast casual," and salted cheese teas.
Catch up on the East Bay restaurants that opened and closed in July.
Two long-time Berkeley restaurants have changed ownership this month, including one of Berkeley's first sushi restaurants. This, plus more East Bay food news.
The answer to the question 'where to go for the best burger in the East Bay' is that we are so darned spoiled for choice!
Come along with Nosh as we explore the East Bay food scene in photographs. This week we focus on The Bleecker Street Bistro in Berkeley.
Jason Kwon, chef-owner of Joshu-ya Brasserie, confesses his secret vice is an annual pilgrimage to Taco Bell.
The East Bay offers many dining spots to celebrate New Year's Eve. We've collected a list of highlights here.
The journey around Berkeley -- and the globe -- continues with part two of our ethnic eats roundup.
The two days of Caltopia were quite a whirl for students, faculty and staff, as well as for exhibitors like Berkeleyside. From the tens of thousands who passed through the self-proclaimed “greatest days on planet Earth”, we were able to have conversations about local news with hundreds of people, we launched OneNews/Berkeleyside, our exciting new citizen journalism app, and we even found some potential new journalists.
NEW DIRECTION Arts & Crafts furniture store The Craftsman Home at 3048 Claremont Avenue closed its doors after many years on August 13. Owner Lee Jester says he’s moving on to new ventures, still specializing in American Craftsman-style home furnishings.
UC Berkeley freshmen, some looking dazed, others excited, as well as more blasé seniors, turned out in their thousands on Sunday for Day One of Caltopia, the self-described “two greatest days on the planet”.