We’ve rounded up expertly prepared feasts, make-at-home meal kits, and heat-and-serve meals from 14 restaurants and caterers in the East Bay.
Thanksgiving celebrations will be a little different this year, but pie should always be on the table.
Whether you’re craving turkey and all the fixings, or just looking for a restaurant that’s open and serving its regular menu, we’ve got suggestions for you.
Don’t feel like baking this Thanksgiving? These bakeries and restaurants are offering Thanksgiving desserts, including classics like pumpkin and apple pie, as well as vegan, gluten-free and uncommon options.
Enjoy traditional turkey meals with all the trimmings at these old-school, family-friendly spots.
Five wine retailers in Oakland give their top picks for wines that go well with Thanksgiving fare.
Need some help getting ready for Thanksgiving this year? These East Bay food companies and restaurants have got your back.
Monica Rocchino, co-owner of The Local Butcher Shop in Berkeley, explains why carving your turkey before you cook it makes sense.
A blur of runners during November’s first-ever Berkeley Half Marathon. Photo: Christian Kreibich A blur of runners during November’s first-ever Berkeley Half Marathon. Photo: Christian Kreibich Berkeleyside has an erratic tradition of alphabetizing our thanks each year. More than 26 things struck us this year, but, within the constraints of an A to Z, here’s […]
So many of us strive to achieve the perfect turkey as epitomized by Norman Rockwell in his painting “Freedom from Want.” Monica Rocchino, of The Local Butcher Shop in Berkeley, challenges the sacred notion that a whole turkey is de rigueur for Thanksgiving dinner.
Alice Liu, at the bar of Berkeley's Café Gratitude Alice Liu is the general manager of the Berkeley branch of Café Gratitude, a position she’s held for about a year. Originally from Taiwan, Liu has owned her own café, Cones N Cakes, in the Excelsior District in San Francisco, and ran Baci, an upscale Italian […]