Game day food is a key part of the Oakland Roots’ mission.
The popular bakery’s rainbow-filled showroom should open by early October.
Even as the events business picks up, these caterers are sticking with the side businesses they started in 2020.
One of Alameda County’s first MEHKOs seeks to deliver healthful soups to those who need nutritional support.
Oakland’s hottest supper club is booked for months with fans like Alice Waters, none of whom care that it’s totally against the law.
A music icon, a community-focused brewery, and an established Oakland taproom teamed up to create a special tribute brew.
Expect wine and cheesemaking classes, a new bottle shop, and neighborhood brewing tours.
Deirdre Feeley’s monthly Oakland pop-up delights with small batch, seasonal pastries and cakes.
Recently reopened after a devastating fire, Berkeley’s Smokehouse restaurant is busier than ever.
Cannery Kitchen & Tap expected to offer live music at the Castro Valley Marketplace food hall, but a dispute with their landlord has silenced the bands.
Lala Harrison’s Roux40 promises beloved Black American dishes with a farm-to-table sensibility.
Chef Michauxnee Olier’s Creole soul food spot is a hidden-in-plain-sight gem in Jack London Square.