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Find out the latest food news, updates and events happening in the East Bay.
Even more beer is headed to the East Bay, plus T-Rex has new owners, Temescal has a new breakfast joint, and much more East Bay food news in this week's Bites.
Established West Berkeley barbecue restaurant T-Rex is temporarily closed, while North Berkeley's Café Gratitude is planning to shutter permanently. These details and more, in this week's Bites.
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!
Assemble opens for lunch at Craneway Pavilion, controversial SF official plans Berkeley restaurant. Latest East Bay food news.
NEXT DOOR RESTAURANT Looks like the old Addie’s Pizza Pie space at 3290 Adeline St. has a new tenant and a new eatery called Next Door Restaurant should be opening there soon. Addie’s, a New York-style pizzeria, was run by Jennifer Millar, who owns Sweet Adeline Bakeshop a block down the street, and Thomas Schnetz of Doña Tomás, Flora and Tacubaya fame. It closed in May last year after barely two years in business. Interestingly, one of the two names on the ABC application (pictured left) is Henry August Alvarez III. Could this be one and the same as the director of the San Francisco Housing Authority? More details to follow. (more…)
With the nation focused on the outcome of the presidential election Tuesday night, we’ve compiled this list of where you can join friends, neighbors and fellow community members to experience the results together. Let us know in the comments below if we missed a great event at your favorite spot.
GOODBYE, GELATO After 10 years on Shattuck Avenue, Gelateria Naia’s lease has expired and it is closing its doors. Co-founder Trevor Morris opened the much-loved Italian ice cream store in 2002 as Mondo Gelato and changed its name to Gelateria Naia in 2004. At the time, it was one of the few Italian ice cream stores in the city. Now there are about 20. The company has expanded in that time, too, and now has outlets in Walnut Creek and San Francisco and sells at numerous Whole Foods markets. The gelateria may return: “Our plan is to continue growing our company and to reopen in a new location next year,” said Morris.
Michael Davidson, 29, is a man with many skills: a scientist by day, he’s the guru of the grilled cheese sandwich by night — and on weekends too.
On Friday evening, after seeing the excellent Up in the Air, we were eager to get a bite to eat. Our problem: it was after 10 o’clock.
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