North Light’s pizza kits include Arizmendi dough, fresh mozzarella, sauce and toppings, but some cooking skills are still required.
New Oakland-based Gourmet Puff specializes in versions made with caramel, Nutella and cinnamon sugar. Just don’t call them donuts.
This boxed tea service has everything you need — tea sandwiches, pastries and a sachet of tea — for a soothing shelter-in-place pick-me-up.
The West Oakland Japanese restaurant is offering its fresh, handmade soba to prepare at home — it’s a great deal.
Bread SRSLY was already popular with gluten-free bread lovers, but its founder says business is up as people with food allergies seek foods they can safely eat while they shelter in place.
The chef’s hearty and uncommon Salvadoran fare awaits diners at Classic Cars West beer garden in Uptown Oakland.
Nestled in the back of Koryo Plaza, the Oakland location of this Korean franchise chain offers specialty dishes, like blood sausage, galbi tang and Korean hangover soup.
In what we’re calling the Grand-Solano Deep-Dish Double Dare, we visited four locations — Zachary’s and The Star on Grand Avenue, and Zachary’s and Little Star on Solano Avenue — to compare the two beloved brands.
The Chinatown restaurant specializes in Chinese halal and Uyghur dishes, such as lamb kebabs and handmade noodles.
After 20 years as a chef at Chez Panisse, it’s no surprise Peternell lets quality ingredients shine at his Old Oakland Cal-Italian spot.
Just three weeks old, this taqueria in Richmond is already drawing hordes of hungry diners. Find out what the crowds are fussing about.
Through food, Lamees Dahbour has found new opportunities, a livelihood and pride sharing Palestinian culture in her adopted homeland.