Oakland and Berkeley’s Restaurant Weeks begin Jan. 14 and run through the end of the month. Over 100 restaurants across the region are participating this year.
Two new Berkeley cafés have found something new to offer. Mission: Heirloom serves coffee with camel’s milk or butter, while MeloMelo makes drinks with kava.
Newberry Market signs on to exciting new Uptown Station project, Townie adds a brunch menu; much more in this week’s Bites.
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.
The interior of the Berkeley Art Museum, which will have a goodbye party on Saturday. Photo: Joe Fletcher/BAMPFA GOODBYE TO THE OLD BERKELEY ART MUSEUM For 44 years, the Berkeley Art Museum at 2626 Bancroft Ave. has been a galvanizing force for culture in Berkeley and beyond. Many of the world’s greatest artists have performed or […]
A new restaurant coming to the Gourmet Ghetto promises fresh, ‘clean’ foods that are great for digestion.
MISSION HEIRLOOM CAFÉ Gluten-free, grain-free and soy-free offerings will be available at Mission Heirloom Café, which opens this fall in North Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto. The restaurant will move into 2085 Vine St. where much-loved vegetarian Chinese restaurant Vegi Food operated until 2012. The Heirloom Café will be serving organic, non-GMO cuisine and Intelligista coffee. The café will have outdoor […]
The new Berkeley Kitchens on Eighth Street provide space, inspiration and room for growth to a clutch of local, artisanal food entrepreneurs.