The grocery stores replace the last five locations of Andronico’s in the Bay Area. The company was bought by Safeway in 2016.
Over a dozen new restaurants joined the East Bay this month, while eight have closed. Here are all of the details.
Pompette, a French word for “tipsy,” will offer French, Italian and Spanish cuisine made using the best ingredients around.
The Gilman district doughnut shop will have a “small celebration” on its last day — this Sunday.
Look for the new Grocery Café this spring.
A fundraiser is currently scheduled for March 4 at San Pablo Park in Berkeley.
The new restaurant will build upon the Shiba Ramen kiosk in Emeryville, with a more extensive menu and expanded service.
The fire appears to have begun in the rear of the building, where the kitchen is located.
Five East Bay-based chefs have been nominated across both national and regional categories for the 2017 awards.
The all-day restaurant will focus on Brazilian comfort food and fresh, local beers.
It replaces Warehouse Bar and Grill, a longtime favorite watering hole for the Oakland Police Department.
Bistro Liaison will, however, stay open until its liquor license transfers to the new owners.