The airy Fourth Street tasting room is bringing in some of the hottest new food vendors around.
Chef Albert Ok is known for his chef-driven sandwiches with Asian flavors — just don’t call them Asian fusion.
Until they open their own brick-and-mortar in Oakland, Joji Nonaka and Anna Osawa’s Sushi Salon is a takeout-only pop-up at Fish & Bird in Berkeley.
Jonathan De La Torre’s prix-fixe pop-up at Hidden Café in Berkeley focuses on North African flavors from his childhood retold through a California fine-dining lens.
The chef’s hearty and uncommon Salvadoran fare awaits diners at Classic Cars West beer garden in Uptown Oakland.
This California-style version of Nashville hot chicken comes in five degrees of spice: mild, medium, hot, hot hot, and hella hot.
BanhMi-Ni, a new lunchtime weekday pop-up at Copper Spoon Kitchen & Cocktails in Oakland offers the chef’s creative take on banh mi, including one that’s an ode to chef Phu’s days at Saul’s, filled with pastrami.
The Uptown coffee hub hosts one local pop-up a week from a rotating line-up of chefs.
This summer, the popular dining destination has been sharing its space with local food pop-ups. This Saturday, it will take part in the Fourth Annual West Oakland Artisans Festival, with 11 food vendors, music and more.
Chef Satoshi Kamimae’s recipe for the Japanese savory snack speaks to his mother’s insistence on using quality, scratch-made ingredients.