Nestled in the back of Koryo Plaza, the Oakland location of this Korean franchise chain offers specialty dishes, like blood sausage, galbi tang and Korean hangover soup.
In what we’re calling the Grand-Solano Deep-Dish Double Dare, we visited four locations — Zachary’s and The Star on Grand Avenue, and Zachary’s and Little Star on Solano Avenue — to compare the two beloved brands.
The Chinatown restaurant specializes in Chinese halal and Uyghur dishes, such as lamb kebabs and handmade noodles.
After 20 years as a chef at Chez Panisse, it’s no surprise Peternell lets quality ingredients shine at his Old Oakland Cal-Italian spot.
Just three weeks old, this taqueria in Richmond is already drawing hordes of hungry diners. Find out what the crowds are fussing about.
Through food, Lamees Dahbour has found new opportunities, a livelihood and pride sharing Palestinian culture in her adopted homeland.
With new chef Leo Batoyon at the helm, North Light has found its place in Temescal, offering a solid weekend mid-day menu and great cocktails, to boot.
The one-month-old East Bay outpost of chef Brenda Buenviaje’s popular brunch destination regularly has lines out the door — and for good reason.
On Saturdays and Sundays, the Cultured Pickle Shop hosts a three-course vegetarian meal at its workshop, featuring an array of fermented Japanese-style pickles over rice.
The Xi’an-style restaurant has reopened, refocusing as a noodle house with plenty of toothsome dishes, including four vegan offerings.
This California-style version of Nashville hot chicken comes in five degrees of spice: mild, medium, hot, hot hot, and hella hot.
Its food menu is still finding its footing, but after just one month, the large festive outdoor space and the tequila and mezcal-focused bar are already a hit.