In our latest edition of Meet Your Maker, we spoke with pastry chef Aimee Wingen, who made an unconventional entry into the food world.
The Nosh Wire 10.31.17
Your daily delivery of East Bay food news.
Bites: $5 Hopscotch burgers, Beer Baron to Rockridge, Father’s Day specials
Plus: Update on Grease Box, a New Holland herring fest and a Sunday pig roast.
Pal’s Takeaway, The Cat House, Super Super
In this week’s Bites, we’ve got news on Pal’s Takeaway, a new bar called The Cat House, Super Super, and much more.
La PanotiQ, Preserved, Angel Cakes, more
We’ve got an update on Berkeley’s La PanotiQ, Oakland’s Preserved shop, lots of options for Easter dining and much more in this week’s Bites.
Antoinette, Hoi Polloi, Valentine’s Day, more
Catch up on all of this week’s food news, like Hoi Polloi’s expansion and Genova Delicatessen’s uncertain future, in this week’s Bites. Plus, get the deets on Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day specials!
Butcher’s Son to University, Gather’s new chef
Vegan butcher shop and deli The Butcher’s Son has found a new location on University Avenue, and the owners hope to open by the end of the year. This news and more in this week’s Bites.
Oakland raises minimum wage, more news
Oakland raises its minimum wage to $12.25, prompting many changes at local restaurants, Mr. Espresso wins an SCAA award, and much more in this week’s Bites.
Bay Grape, Building 43, Communitē Table, more
New wine shops, a Taiwanese spot in Uptown Oakland, kettle corn, BBQ and sour beer… it’s a bumper week for East Bay food news.
Breads of India is back, Le Petit Cheval is no more
Deejis Bakery is just one of many new East Bay eating spots.
Homestead: Seasonal, effortless cooking done right
New restaurant Homestead effortlessly melds Californian cuisine with Southern comfort and an engaging scrappy ethos.
Nosh on the Town: Homestead on Piedmont Avenue
Come along with Nosh as we explore the East Bay food scene in photographs. This week we focus on Homestead, which opened on Piedmont Avenue in Oakland in August.