There are openings galore in this week’s Bites, from downtown Berkeley to Jack London Square. Get the latest East Bay food news here.
It took our intrepid reporter 30 seconds to accept an invitation to join Bittersweet’s “resident chocolate geek” David Salowich in a chocolate tasting session.
The pace of opening exciting new places isn’t slowing: read about Chow, Homestead, Pathos and the latest from Outstanding in the Field in our weekly round-up.
Tsunami Dogs, an Asian-themed hot dog eatery, on Milvia. Photo: Camille Baptista TSUNAMI DOGS The food stand that sits at the entrance to a parking lot at 2109 Milvia St. is now occupied by Tsunami Dogs, an Asian-themed hot dog eatery with a very unique menu. On top of a beef, Polish, turkey, chicken apple, or vegetarian […]
The good news is it’s all about openings these days: read about The Station, Ramen Tomo, Bittersweet, Smitten and Toast in our weekly round-up.
Cafe Clem now open on Kittredge St at base of central library FRENCH MOVE Café Clem has moved from its former spot on Seventh Street to downtown Berkeley at 2020 Kittredge Street, right at the central library. The new location for the café, which offers a French-inspired menu including baguette sandwiches, croques monsieur, pains perdus and coffee and […]
Tucked away behind a glass door in a new block of buildings on Fourth Street sits Berkeley’s only chocolate manufacturer. Bittersweet, best known for its string of cafes in Oakland, San Francisco and Danville that serve delicious cups of hot cocoa, has started producing its own chocolate bars. Made from single-source farms or collectives in Bali […]