Tacos Mi Rancho, al pastor. Photo: samayou kodomo
Tacos Mi Rancho, al pastor. Photo: samayou kodomo

Seven reasons to visit East Bay farmers markets this fall (KQED)
Bites: What’s new in East Bay food, XXXVIII (Nosh)
Also open: Hog’s Apothecary (SF Chronicle)
The Heartache Sisters perform Monday at Off the Grid southside (OTG)
Hog’s Apothecary unveils its full beer list (Inside Scoop SF)
Reasonable tipples at Oakland’s Ordinaire (Chow)
Wood Tavern, still solid, could use a lighter hand (SF Chronicle)
From fad to fixture: Wines on tap are here to stay (Nosh)
Classic Guilin Rice Noodles: Oakland Chinatown (Chow)
Tamashii Ramen, Pacific East Mall, Richmond (Chow)
The Hog’s Apothecary, a sausage and beer hall near Homeroom (Eater SF)
Bourbon and Branch team opening a Berkeley bar (Eater SF)
Iyasare, Sho Kamio’s O Chame Revamp, Nears in Berkeley (Eater SF)
Wood Tavern: Reviews (KQED)

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