The business is not renewing its lease and has no plans to relocate.
Many Tibetans arrived in the East Bay in the ’90s, finding work in the food industry, including the owners of Cafe Tibet and Nomad in Berkeley.
Plus: Mama gets a partner; Broc Cellars heads outside; House of Curries moves; more.
For Sunboldt Grown founder Sunshine Cereceda, who plants her crops beside ancient Humboldt County redwoods, environment is everything.
West Berkeley’s commercial vacancy rate was actually lower in 2020 than it was pre-pandemic. A reptile shop is thriving, a plant store has opened and Fourth is turning into a furniture shopping mecca.
The owner of Red Door Catering will be sharing a 5,000-square-foot commercial kitchen in West Oakland with other Black-owned food businesses.
Until they open their own brick-and-mortar in Oakland, Joji Nonaka and Anna Osawa’s Sushi Salon is a takeout-only pop-up at Fish & Bird in Berkeley.
Medical services include adult and family medicine, OBGYN and pediatrics.
Plus: The Uptown Nightclub is for sale; Bryant Terry announces a publishing deal; First Edition reopens for business; more.
City mandated grocery worker hazard pay laws don’t cover TJ’s Lakeshore location, but Rockridge and Berkeley workers will keep an extra $5 per hour.
Brothers Public Kitchen, Taqueria Chef Tony, more opened; Gecko Gecko, Da Nang, more closed.
Plus: A driver smashes La Frontera’s parklet; Alice Waters auctions off a luncheon in her garden; Caffe Med space to become ramen restaurant; more.