BanhMi-Ni, a new lunchtime weekday pop-up at Copper Spoon Kitchen & Cocktails in Oakland offers the chef’s creative take on banh mi, including one that’s an ode to chef Phu’s days at Saul’s, filled with pastrami.
This new eatery, found within a historic landmark building at Strawberry Creek Park, features unique food and drinks, botanical-themed decor and a poet-chef.
After more than 10 years in business, and among many local competitors, the Vietnamese chicken noodle house continues to pack in diners.
Give your gut and mind a boost at the café’s recently opened second location in Uptown Oakland.
This new permanent pop-up is open for breakfast and lunch service inside Pucquio in Rockridge.
Stevie Stacionis and Josiah Baldivino’s new Oakland eatery welcomes guests with an accessible three-course menu and a budget-friendly wine list.
The restaurant affords members a self-sustaining site for organizing socio-political projects, but Tamarack’s elevated comfort food will unite diners irrespective of politics.
Chef-owner Rico Rivera, who took the reins from Charlie Hallowell, wants his restaurant to be known for two things: great food and substantial portions.
Partners Janice and Brandi Dulce have created a cozy, island-themed dining destination introducing and celebrating the flavors of the Philippines.
High-quality ingredients and the well-designed space of Anya Fernald’s flagship restaurant impress, but mixed service and pricey-yet-simple dishes give pause.
Chefs Oscar Michel and Jake Weiss are constantly creating new combinations of flavors — for omnivores and vegans alike — at their new brick-and-mortar taco spot.
The noodles at this Chinatown spot are a must-order, but you’d be remiss not to try other dishes, like the cold chili chicken and shredded potato with hot oil sauce.