The Nosh Wire: 04.01.13

Our daily round-up of all the East Bay food news out there — brought to you fresh every day in one convenient place.

The pastry tree is bearing fruit. Photo: Quinn Dombrowski
The pastry tree is bearing fruit. Photo: Quinn Dombrowski

Truffles and caviar prevalent on local high-end menus (Grub Street)
The early word on Lungomare in Oakland (Eater SF)
Guest Chef temporarily closed (Grub Street)
The Bay Area’s four-star menus, in word cloud form (Inside Scoop)
Umami Mart on 10 of Oakland’s best under-the-radar eats (Bold Italic, via Inside Scoop)
From the Archives: Vintage photos of famous chefs and restaurateurs (Inside Scoop)
The Rare Barrel commences fermentation (SF Weekly)
Now Open in Oakland: Pizza Moda, Legionnaire Saloon (Inside Scoop)
Saul’s second-night seder: different from all other nights (J Weekly)
Tribune Tavern takes shape in Oakland (Inside Scoop)

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