Without a physical space, the world’s only Ohlone restaurant looks into new ways to spread the message that Ohlone culture is alive and well.
Ohlone community members Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino reconnected with their native food through their work revitalizing their native languages and culture.
While the founders find a new home for their restaurant, try their seasonal meal kits, filled with all the makings of a multi-course Ohlone dinner.
One way to celebrate the anniversary would be to finish the vision of the artist Jean LaMarr, who wanted to create a Native garden around the mural she painted in 1975. Berkeley is now considering funding the idea.
Ohlone natives have been practicing some of the measures we’re using to prevent COVID-19 for many generations.
Plus, Cafe Ohlone Sunday Supper dinner boxes; Belotti’s white truffle menu; free pet food at Berkeley shelters and more East Bay food news.
You won’t find a crime report like ours anywhere else. In this issue: police arrest a teen for a robbery last year on campus, a hammer attack at Ohlone Park, a sexual assault at the Seabreeze market, and a community meeting is slated for Saturday after the most recent shooting at Delaware and San Pablo. Learn how to connect with public safety resources near you.
Also: Cafe Ohlone mulls its future; Monster Pho hibernates; more
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The worker-forward restaurant offers a rotating menu of hard-to-find foods.
Restoring affirmative action is a much-needed solution to the barriers that have harmed and limited the potential of women and people of color
A new gluten-free sandwich company, two new cafes and a restaurant… all the food news that’s fit to print.