The East Bay now has a total 11 Off The Grid food-truck markets, although Berkeley has seen three come and go.
Berkeley’s first vegan butcher shop, The Butcher’s Son, is slated to open Feb. 22. These details, and much more, in this week’s Bites.
Off The Grid has now launched and then closed three food truck markets in Berkeley.
Off The Grid’s eleventh East Bay food truck market will launch on July 14 and every Tuesday night in new Walnut Creek location.
James Syhabout’s Box and Bells has closed, Daniel Patterson is rethinking Haven, and much more in this week’s Bites.
The new lunchtime market on Saturdays at Emery Public Market continues Off The Grid’s seemingly unstoppable expansion.
Food trucks continue taking over the world, or at least the Bay Area, with a second Oakland evening market announced by Off The Grid.
44 Restaurant & Bar has taken over the Next Door space in Berkeley, while farm-sourced food will be on the menu at Township in Oakland.
Off the Grid will hold its last Telegraph Avenue event tonight, leaving Berkeley with just one weekly food truck market.
A new Off The Grid food truck market will take place on Sunday evenings at North Berkeley BART.
It will likely open a year later than planned, but the Westbrae Biergarten on Gilman St. in West Berkeley is finally on the way.