Onions from Happy Boy Farms. Photo: William Newton/Flickr
Onions from Happy Boy Farms. Photo: William Newton/Flickr

Food startup Josephine pauses East Bay operations (Nosh)
Mid-week menu: Tian Jin Dumplings no longer sells dumplings, Josephine temporarily shuts down, and beer bike tours come to Oakland (EBX)
11 new restaurants announced this week (Eater SF)
Dish: Sideboard arrives in Lafayette (Diablo Dish)
Food for thought: Making a dent in the crisis of student hunger at UC Berkeley (California Magazine)
E’ville Biz: Jamba Juice moving headquarters to Texas, AAA to Walnut Creek (E’ville Eye)
Kiva Oakland and others partner to make small business loans (Oakland Magazine)
California breweries win 49 World Beer Cup medals (Mercury News)
Spring sandwich by Jay Porter delights (Oakland Magazine)
The benefits of eating without a map (Serious Eats)
Bay Area restaurants struggle to keep workers as living costs rise (Mercury News)
Mark Bittman leaves vegan meal-kit company Purple Carrot (Mother Jones)
Best outdoor bars: East and North Bay edition (SFist)

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