Babette is over a decade old, but its move to a new location has prompted a notable transformation.
At the Caffe by Mr. Espresso, java-seeking patrons will belly up to a bar instead of joining a queue.
There are Juneteenth activities to enjoy every day this weekend in Oakland, Berkeley and beyond, all with agendas of food, drinks and fun.
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Five new restaurants, an ice cream shop and a mini-golf bar are all opening at the mall this year.
There’s a persistent rumor that the 87-year-old tiki bar has shut its doors. Here’s how it started.
Berkeley’s famous collective is raising funds to help LGBTQI youth, who face legislated discrimination in the Lone Star state.
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The new restaurant is called “three.one four…a swanky pizza lounge,” and promises date night vibes and impeccable service.
Expect a laptop-friendly cafe with sandwiches, juice, beer and wine.
Reem Assil, Crystal Wahpepah and Horn Barbecue are competing for some of the country’s most prestigious food awards.
Significant problems with its Shattuck Avenue building have put Farmhouse Kitchen’s opening on hold.