GOODBYE SAG PANEER Zaika, the Indian restaurant that opened last year in the historic Koerber Building on University Avenue, has shut its doors. Paul Hoch writes: “Zaika’s has been evicted!” He saw the eviction papers on the front door on Aug. 10. They have since been removed but the windows are now covered over. The eatery, which offered  “authentic cuisine from the Indian sub-continent,” lasted almost exactly one year.

NEW MOVES Woolly Mammoth Childcare and Preschool, which lost its old space at 2310 Bancroft because of an impending apartment complex, is relocating into the old Video Maniacs site on University Avenue and Sacramento. Emilia O’Toole and Mayra Dana founded the school in 1987, basing the curriculum ion the works of Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson.

IT’S GREEK TO ME Nicholas Eftimiou, who was trained at Le Cordon Blue and who has cooked at Kokkari in San Francisco, Evvia in Palo Alto, and Dio Deka in Los Gatos, will open Pathos Organic Greek Kitchen at 2430 Shattuck Ave. in early October, according to Diablo Magazine. Eftimiou told the magazine the food would be high-end Greek and organic, but casual and affordable. Most of the food will be cooked in a wood-burning oven, with an emphasis “on seafood and staples like marinated grilled calamari and moussaka.” The filo dough will be handmade.

COFFEE TO GO? Whole Foods on Telegraph is doing a major upgrade, installing better and greener lighting and moving around some departments. The most noticeable change, however, may be the large gleaming coffee cart it has installed at the entrance, the place that used to be reserved for flowers. So get ready to get revved up as you enter this palace of organic.

Shop Talk is Berkeleyside’s regular column in which we post updates on Berkeley businesses — openings, closings, new directions, relaunches, relocations. If you’re a Berkeley business with news, or a Berkeleysider who has spotted a change in your neighborhood or on your travels, shoot us an email with the details. Read previous Shop Talk columns here.

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Frances Dinkelspiel, Berkeleyside and CItyside co-founder, is a journalist and author. Her first book, Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman...