Our biggest stories of the year included Berkeley wine crime, a rash of restaurant closures, the release of the Nosh Guide, and more.
Downtown Berkeley seems to be undergoing a restaurant and bar boom. Here's what's new, and what's headed your way soon.
Break out of your usual routine with some of the East Bay's best salads.
In this week's Bites, we've got news on Meal Ticket (it's staying open), Cholita Linda (it's no longer expanding), Crêpes A-Go-Go (it's closed), and much more.
This week's Bites is a big one, with news on the new Berkeley location of Sweetgreen, the closure of La Botella, and much more.
A sign that graced the 65-year-old Berkeley burger joint has been snapped up by Berkeley Lab because they too have an OSCARS.
Berkeley will soon be home to not one, but two, salad-centric restaurants — SoCal-based Tender Greens is planning to set up shop at 2071 University Ave.
Sweetgreen is working with a third-party environmental organization to ensure the safe removal of an old gas tank from the downtown Berkeley property.
Hear from Nosh editors, food writers, rapper Lil B, a baker, butcher and a brewer on what tickled their tastebuds in 2015.
Looking for inspiration on where to eat and drink in the East Bay? Check out these top picks by some of the area's best chefs.
The Washington D.C.-based healthy fast food chain will replace Oscar's, the iconic hamburger restaurant that operated for 65 years.
The downtown Berkeley hot dog and hamburger restaurant will be replaced by Sweetgreen, a Washington D.C.-based healthy fast food chain.
Rosamunde has opened in Temescal, shock at imminent closure of Oscar's in Berkeley, and news of Giovanni post-fire