The married owners came out of retirement to open a restaurant a year before the pandemic hit. They’ve thrived thanks to devoted family members.
Bombera, Sunday Bakeshop, Wondrous Brewing Company, others opened; Soop, Pretty Lady, Noodles Pho Me, others closed.
Plus: Flint’s Barbecue has found a home; Rockridge TJ’s Line Watch comes to an end; Just Fare launches delivery-only service; more.
Put on something green before heading out for Irish specials at one of these restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Cupcakin’ at Virginia Bakery, La Perla Puerto Rican Cuisine, Viet Kitchen, more opened; Ladle & Leaf, Dosirak Shop, Ninna, more have closed.
Whether you’re flying solo or sharing a plate with your significant other, celebrate the holiday with some good food and drinks made by local restaurants, pop-ups and bakeries.
Openings include La Guerrera’s Kitchen, Alley & Vine, Shake Shack; among closures are Jules Thin Crust, Cookiebar Alameda, El Gusano — and the 71-year-old Albany Bowl.
These local restaurants and caterers are churning out latkes, sufganiyot, brisket and other Hanukkah favorites so you don’t have to.
This month, the East Bay welcomed Ono Bakehouse, Black Star Pirate BBQ and 15 new restaurants, and said goodbye to Corso, the Albatross Pub and 13 other food businesses.
Seventeen restaurants opened, eight closed for good, and many more are on temporary hiatus.
Our monthly list features 16 new restaurants, 11 that have closed for good, and 3 on indefinite hiatus.
Chow down on barbecue, Basque-style sausages, vegan “pulled pork,” lobster rolls, more.