A deep sense of community service drives the staff of West Oakland’s Community Foods Market.
“Going down the pub” is a quintessential British experience. But it’s notoriously difficult to replicate on this side of the Atlantic. Nosh set out to discover if anything comes close in the East Bay.
After working at Tartine and other well-known bakeries, Lucio Mejia has struck out on his own with Oakland Bread Studio.
Bartender and co-owner Jessica Maria does her magic behind the bar.
In episode one of JetLag RocknRoll’s “Rhythm & Food: East Bay,” singer-songwriter Yea-Ming Chen takes us to Vien Huong.
In this edition of Handmade East Bay, chef-owner Octavio Diaz and his mother Juana Ramirez make the family recipe for this rich, flavorful Oaxacan sauce.
In this episode of Nosh’s video series Meet Your Maker, we spoke to Minh Tsai, founder of Hodo, a company in West Oakland that makes organic tofu and yuba.
In this episode of Nosh’s video series, Meet Your Maker, we spoke to the Di Ruocco brothers who carry on the tradition of their family’s 40-year-old Oakland coffee company.
In this episode of Nosh’s video series, Meet Your Maker, we spoke to the husband-and-wife team behind the family-friendly taproom in Temescal.
Chef Danute Sukiene makes traditional Lithuanian homestyle cuisine at this charming, family-owned neighborhood spot.
In our latest edition of Meet Your Maker, we spoke with pastry chef Aimee Wingen, who made an unconventional entry into the food world.
In this edition of Handmade East Bay, chef Chikara Ono skillfully prepares sushi for an eight-course prix-fixe dinner at Delage in Old Oakland.