Three Berkeley restaurant owners discuss fine dining in a world with COVID-19.
Genova Deli, People’s Café, The Wolf, more
Genova Delicatessen’s last day in business is April 30, People’s Café has moved across the street and The Wolf will open in the former Bay Wolf space. This news, and more, in today’s Bites.
Perdition closes, changes at Oliveto
Big news for Berkeley barbecue and beer fans: Perdition Smokehouse has closed suddenly. Details on this story, and much more, in this week’s Bites.
Signature dish: Beet-cured trout at Iyasare
Iyasare’s chef and owner Sho Kamio sat down with NOSH to talk Japanese-California fusion and demonstrate how he makes one of the restaurant’s most popular dishes: beet-cured ocean trout.
Millennium opens, Iyasare news, more
All the news! The new Millennium opens in Rockridge and Iyasare owner plots to open Zut Tavern on Berkeley’s Fourth Street.
12 East Bay restaurants make Bauer’s Top 100
Michael Bauer’s new Top 100 restaurant list, published in the San Francisco Chronicle, includes a growing list of East Bay restaurants.
Tia’s, Longbranch, Descanso, Plank and more
There are openings galore in this week’s Bites, from downtown Berkeley to Jack London Square. Get the latest East Bay food news here.
Berkeley’s Iyasare: A game-changer for the East Bay
Chef Shotaro Kamio’s blending of the rustic Japanese cooking of his youth with a modern California ethos is a complete winner.
New restaurants Iyasare, Nido in Chronicle’s Top 100
Four Berkeley and five Oakland restaurants have made it into the newly published San Francisco Chronicle Top 100.
Yoshi’s chef to take over O Chamé space in Berkeley
Yoshi’s head chef Shotaro “Sho” Kamio is to open his own restaurant in the shuttered O Chame space on Fourth Street.