In the last two years more than 12 restaurants have closed in Jack London Square, but several new food businesses are planned for the area. Will they succeed?
How Sunset’s move from the ‘burbs of Menlo Park to the urban waterfront in Jack London Square has brought new life to the 119-year-old publication.
The organization will celebrate the Jack London Square market with a day-long harvest festival.
There are two new tenants headed to Emeryville’s Public Market — a Peruvian restaurant and a macaron shop. These details, and more, in this week’s Bites.
After leaving the beautiful Menlo Park home it had occupied since 1951, Sunset Magazine is discovering the delights of Oakland.
All the news! The new Millennium opens in Rockridge and Iyasare owner plots to open Zut Tavern on Berkeley’s Fourth Street.
After occupying its gorgeous, Cliff May-designed campus in Menlo Park since 1951, Sunset is going urban and moving to Oakland’s Jack London Square.
Vampire Penguin begins build out, Teazzert opens in Alameda, Oakland Juice and Co. makes cocktails, and much more in this week’s Bites.
Newberry Market signs on to exciting new Uptown Station project, Townie adds a brunch menu; much more in this week’s Bites.
The Octopus Literary Salon and The Rec Room are close to opening, Juhu Beach Club turns two, and much more in this week’s Bites.
The developer of SF’s Ferry Building Marketplace and Napa’s Oxbow Market aims to open Water Street Market in Oakland’s Jack London Square in 2016.
James Syhabout’s Box and Bells has closed, Daniel Patterson is rethinking Haven, and much more in this week’s Bites.