Catch up on the latest East Bay food news and events.
Iino's small-batch Japanese preserves company won two Good Food Awards this year.
Even 'humanely" butchering animals is killing them. Pointing this out through dramatic protests is a crucial step toward creating a city free of violence toward animals.
The sign, created by Berkeley-based Direct Action Everywhere, denounces the killing of animals.
In a new short-video series, Handmade East Bay, Melati Citrawireja documents the team at The Local Butcher Shop in Berkeley preparing an order for Alice Waters' restaurant.
Local food businesses took home awards in the charcuterie, cider, coffee and preserved fish categories.
In this week's Bites, news on a German restaurant set to replace Nizza la Bella, an opening date for Ippudo, and much more.
Need some help getting ready for Thanksgiving this year? These East Bay food companies and restaurants have got your back.
In this week's Bites, we've got news on two Berkeley restaurant closures, two businesses that are expanding, and much more.
Berkeley's Local Butcher Shop now counts among its rank three female butchers — co-owner Monica Rocchino, Kelly Taylor and Renee Reed. This is their story.
Genova Delicatessen's last day in business is April 30, People's Café has moved across the street and The Wolf will open in the former Bay Wolf space. This news, and more, in today's Bites.
Berkeley's The Local Butcher Shop, Oakland's Duende and The Town Kitchen, and Albany's As You Wish Frozen Yogurt have been nominated for Localwise's first annual award ceremony.
MARK MORRIS MAKES MAGIC Berkeley is blessed to have the Mark Morris Dance Group perform annually at Zellerbach Hall as part of Cal Performances. The group is in residence this weekend and will be performing what the New York Times says “is his luminous masterpiece L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, set to the Handel oratorio of the same name.” Morris’s epic returns to Cal Performances for the fifth time since it premiered in 1988. The production includes a cast of 24 dancers and the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorus. “I find no end to the intricacies of Mr. Morris’s construction and the meanings that continually pour from them. It fills the soul with wonder; it fascinates the mind with suggestion” (The New York Times). The performances are Friday and Saturday, March 11 and 12 at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 13 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets start at $40. (more…)