Berkeley restaurants

Meatless with a Mission: Sanctuary Bistro in Piper Glen

Opening of the Sanctuary Bistro in February 2020. In August, only one customer snuck out after looking at the vegan and gluten-free menu. Fifteen years ago, executive chef Barry Horton might have made a pair. He grew up in small-town…

Winthrop University gets futuristic catering service | WFAE 90.7

Every day, life gets closer and closer to that of the Jetsons. Students and staff at Winthrop University will enjoy a dining experience similar to the futuristic 1960s TV show. Winthrop University Food Services announced on Wednesday that it has…

Alchemy Collective, Chica, Zazzi Foods and El Charro are closing

It’s always a shock to find out that your favorite cafe is gone for good, seemingly without notice. In this weekly report, we at Nosh seek to track every notable restaurant closure in East Bay.. Since, unlike restaurant openings, these…

New Bojangles will be built near Foxbank Plantation

CREDIT: Bojangles MONCKS CORNER, SC – A second Bojangles restaurant is coming to the Moncks Corner area, Cypress Development Partners, LLC announced Tuesday. It will be located on the highway. 52 near the planned community of Foxbank Plantation. Bojangles will…

Locale brings food from a Bay Area restaurant to Sacramento

Jonathan Friedland, co-founder of Bay Area-based food delivery service Locale, holds one of his company’s delivery boxes in Los Gatos in June. The company plans to bring its service to Sacramento. Dai Sugano Bay Area News Group A new startup…

The Queen’s mourning attracts many overseas visitors and boosts tourism in the UK

The tourism sector in the UK appears to be doing good business as thousands of people flock to London from around the world to pay their last respects to Queen Elizabeth II. According to the Reuters news agency, the average…

San Francisco Waterslide | city ​​newspaper

Last spring, activity in downtown San Francisco was just 31% of its 2019 level, measured by comparing visits to points of interest such as restaurants, retail stores and grocery stores. between the two years. No other North American city of…

200 years of service: the professional lives of 5 El Cholo employees

Anyone who works in a restaurant will tell you: it’s not easy. And it’s increasingly rare to see restaurateurs not just making a career out of their calling, but staying in a restaurant their entire professional life (if only because…

Christian Phillips Receives 2022 APSA-IPSA Theodore J. Lowi First Book Award –

The APSA-IPSA Theodore J. Lowi First Book Award is presented annually to honor a book in any field of political science that exemplifies the qualities of broad ambition, high originality, and intellectual audacity, promising to have a substantial impact on…

UCLA ranked #1 public university by US News & World Report for sixth consecutive year

As a first-generation student, Alvina Zhan knew that getting accepted into a top university was only the first of her challenges. Zhan wanted to find a school that offered him a wide range of educational opportunities while supporting his individual…

The Berkeley Hotel in downtown Richmond bought by the Glen Allen Company | Local business news

According to staff reports Glen Allen’s Kalyan Hospitality has acquired the Berkeley Hotel in downtown Richmond for an undisclosed amount. In 2019, the Berkeley Hotel was acquired by Apple Hospitality REIT Inc., a Richmond-based real estate investment trust, for $7…

PABU IZAKAYA OF MINA GROUP IN SAN FRANCISCO ANNOUNCES NEW HOUSE MANAGEMENT AND NEW LEAD BARTENDER

PABU Izakayathe modern take on Traditional Izakaya-Style Meals by Michael Mina and the late Ken Tominaga, announces a stellar team of women serving in leadership positions within the restaurant, including head bartender and executive positions: Farrah Ebrahimi as Executive Director…

SLC mayor wants more foot traffic, no car traffic on part of Main Street

The Open Streets scheme, set up amid the pandemic, has proven to be a huge success – and some downtown traders believe that trend may continue. (Rick Egan | Tribune file photo) Pedestrians wander the open streets of Salt Lake…

Restaurant industry workers organize to fund their own reproductive care

This story was originally posted on Civil Eats. Three years ago, Arielle Tess Edwards was living with her husband in Redding, California, caring for three children, including a breastfed baby, while working two low-wage service jobs. During the week of…

As Michelin-starred chefs march, Bay Area mom-and-pop restaurants persevere in the face of COVID-19 challenges | Company

KATIE LAUER Bay Area News Group Viviana Masarweh threw more pots of coffee down the drain at Doyle Street Cafe than hot cups in March 2020. Barely two weeks had passed during the first COVID-19 lockdown before she and her…

Oakland’s hottest baker wants diners to ask the tough questions about food

The Big Dill Kitchen owner just doesn’t make enough money to be a business owner, but she’s fine with it. Helia Sadeghi is getting a lot of attention for her role in the booming pandemic pop-up game and for her…

Fall Orientation 2022: New Bears on the Block

Picture this: Sproul Plaza is full of students dodging flyers while rushing to class, throngs of people with bright yellow lanyards pass the Campanile, and giant boxes fill previously empty apartments and dorms. School is back at UC Berkeley, and…

Chipotle and REI add to store-by-store union wins

Workers at a Chipotle outlet in Lansing, Michigan, and an REI in Berkeley, Calif., voted to unionize this week. They are the latest among hundreds of restaurants and individual retail stores that have successfully organized this year. More than 200…

Sure, There’s an NFT Winery in Napa Valley

San Francisco’s first NFT restaurant, Sho Club, led the way (at least ceremoniously) last week with a maelstrom of sashimi and cocktails atop Salesforce Park. But in case you were wondering, this isn’t the only example of food and drink…

Willow on the Green brings a taste of Britain to SF’s inner sunset

At the Inner Sunset, it’s easy to satisfy your craving for Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Peruvian, or Indian cuisine, but there seems to be something missing in the neighborhood. Willow on the Green, a store which opened in May,…

The Loews Boston hotel has closed

The Loews Boston Hotel has closed in the Back Bay. But don’t worry, a new hotel has already opened in its place. The AKA Back Bay Hotel is now open. AKA has opened a 225-room establishment in place of Loews…

Open Newbury Street returns for car-free Sundays until end of September

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) – Open Newbury Street returned on Sunday, giving pedestrians a car-free street for the next six Sundays until September 25. The eight-block stretch of Newbury Street, comprised of restaurants, shops, salons and local businesses, will be pedestrian-only…

Fresno thrives after COVID, while others struggle, UC Berkeley study finds

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — Cities across the country are feeling the post-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Overall, industries have had to adapt to a “post-COVID” world. The pandemic has forced many things to close. Shopping and recreation areas have become…

Restaurant owners eye electric kitchens as gas restrictions increase

As more municipalities, particularly in California, place restrictions on the use of gas-powered appliances in new construction, some restaurants may need to consider converting their operations to electric equipment. Los Angeles was the latest city to introduce legislation banning the…

Oakland’s beloved Ethiopian spot expands into huge new space

Cafe ColucciAddress until August: 6427 Telegraph Ave., OaklandOpening September 6: 5849 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland In case you haven’t noticed the painted windows on Telegraph Avenue proclaiming the news yet, another venerable 31-year-old restaurant is closing its doors. But no…

Berkeley restaurants top list of East Bay’s best brunches: report

BERKELEY, CA – If you love a delicious brunch, you’ve come to the right place. Eater SF has compiled a list of 19 restaurants worth sampling and five are right here in Berkeley. The others are in Oakland and Richmond,…

Filipino-inspired Churro Turon ice cream lands at Humphry Slocombe Via Señor Sisig

Thanks to a sweet collaboration between two popular companies, a Filipino-inspired ice cream flavor is now available at all six Bay Area Humphry Slocombe locations. The experimental ice cream company has teamed up with the now permanent Filipino American restaurant…

More and more wine sellers are making representation of diverse winemakers a priority

Placeholder while loading article actions We used to think that wine was steeped in tradition, with France at the center of the world. A classic restaurant or retail wine list would start with Bordeaux and Burgundy, then move on to…

City secures $15 million state grant to improve Berkeley Marina

People explore the Ashby Shoal for seaweed and creatures during a recent gathering organized by Berkeley’s DragonMax boat team. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight The Berkeley Marina is set to receive an influx of cash following a successful lobbying campaign for…

Everett and Jones owner reflects on his mother’s death from COVID

It’s been almost a year since Mary Everett, the owner of Berkeley Everett and Jones’ barbecue destination, died of COVID-19. Ask anyone who’s lost a parent, though, and they’ll tell you that the first year after the loss goes by…

Jerry Budrick, original Chez Panisse server and former co-owner, dies at 78

Jerry Budrick, one of Chez Panisse’s first servers and a longtime presence as the Berkeley restaurant’s maitre d’, has died aged 78. Budrick died July 24 after a five-year battle with esophageal cancer. Born Gerald Budrick on February 23, 1944,…

Cal Performances celebrates 20 years of Berkeley/Oakland AileyCamp

BERKELEY, Calif. — Since 2002, more than 1,000 Bay Area middle schoolers have participated in Berkeley/Oakland AileyCamp, a six-week, full-scholarship summer program produced by UC Berkeley’s Cal Performances that promotes personal development through dance. “Performance is a medium through which…

History in (re)fabrication • The Nob Hill Gazette

See Arch’s integration of skylights into the foyer allowed Wendy Thysell to incorporate deep hues and wall finishes. | Photo courtesy of Photographer: Vivian Johnson; General Contractor: Aj Roston & Associates; Joinery: Greenport Designs; Direction: Studio D From front to…

Little Thief Natural Wine Bar Opens in North Park

After a whirlwind two-month makeover, Little Thief is set to open Wednesday, August 3 in North Park, where the wine bar and kitchen replace a nearly 30-year-old Italian joint on University Avenue. Named after a winemaking tool used to “steal”…

Travel: San Francisco’s Tastiest Neighborhood, North Beach

North Beach Garage: 735 Vallejo. Park your car here, whether you have one or not. If you’re on foot, take the elevator to the 5th floor of the lot, which offers the best free aerial view of North Beach, from…

Oakland airport restaurants are finally getting food and drink

Nearly five years ago, Oakland International Airport announced plans to open an assortment of exciting new restaurants for Bay Area travelers. But then the pandemic hit, air travel took a nosedive, and those plans were put on hold. Now, with…

Mas Kaos on Tennyson Shutters a year after the death of owner Patrick Mangold White

On July 7, 2021, Denver restaurateur Patrick Mangold-White, 53, died after being hit by a tree while on a fishing trip near Philipsburg, Montana. Owner of Kaos Pizzeria, Uno Mas and Bird on South Pearl Street in the Platt Park…

Want to vote on raising the minimum wage in California? Judge says not before 2024

By Jeanne Kuang, CalMatters Californians still won’t get a chance to vote on a minimum wage hike in November, after a judge ruled late in the day that the campaign was responsible for missing a key deadline to get the…

Rumor of the Sierra Nevada dining hall closing? Weird power outages?

Today’s batch of burning questions, my smart answers, and the real deal: Question: I heard that Sierra Nevada was about to close or drastically downsize their restaurant/restaurant and focus solely on brewing beer. It seems like that’s not big enough…

How Stagecraft Yacht Experiences are a New Means of Entertainment – Robb Report

For the latest craze that’s keeping yacht owners on the edge of their helm seats, consider a trick that even world-renowned illusionist David Copperfield would find difficult: instantly transporting a superyacht 1,000 feet under the sea, allowing guests to experience…

Denver’s The Ginger Pig brings Asian street food to Boulder

The Ginger Pig returns home. Aaron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post Chef and owner Natascha Hess sits for a portrait at Ginger Pig on Thursday, March 24, 2022. Hockey player-turned-lawyer-turned-chef Natascha Hess opened Asian street food truck The Ginger Pig in…

Outer Sunset loses a number of restaurants, including the beloved Trouble Cafe

This is a curated list of the Bay Area’s most notable and permanent restaurant and bar closures, with new updates posted weekly. See a closure we missed? So write U.S. July 21 OAKLAND — On July 29, Taiwan Bento will…

Best BBQ Restaurants in the Bay Area

Finally a top List of barbecues. Associate reviewer Cesar Hernandez and I have spent the past few months traversing the Bay Area, through woods and industrial parks and along coastal highways, dragging forks through slices of brisket barely held together…

Where to Find the Best Indian Food in Berkeley, CA

Berkeley is a city with a lot to offer when it comes to food. The cultural diversity of the city means that there are a variety of cuisines to choose from. Indian cuisine is one of Berkeley’s most popular cuisines,…

Beloved street musician and Berkeley resident ‘Mama West’ dies at 49

Latonya Smith playing the keyboard during a walk with Where Do We Go Berkeley in 2019. Credit: Yesica Prado Latonya Smith, known as “Mama West,” died July 4 in Alameda at age 49. She was a beloved and prominent figure…

Tom Parrish named new Berkeley Rep general manager

Tom Parrish was named the new Berkeley Rep General Manager on July 14, 2022. Courtesy of Tom Parrish Ever since he performed magic shows as a child, Tom Parrish has always dreamed of a life in the theater. He was…

Q&A: Houston-based interior designer offers advice to local homeowners

Berkeley Holley has been designing spaces for hotels, restaurants, bars and homes for over 10 years. His full-service interior design firm offers renovation, construction and furnishing services to clients looking to remodel their spaces. Holley & Co. Interior Design can…

Bay Area’s first Raising Cane opens this week

Tired of fried chicken? I did not mean it. What is widely hailed as the crispiest, swoon-worthy fried chicken fingers in the country is making its Bay Area debut this week. Raising Cane’s, the Louisiana-based chicken chain — yes, the…

22 fun things to do this week (7.11.22)

Grab a light jacket and get outside – these are the best things to do this week around the Bay Area. Don’t put your red, white and blue aside just yet! This week, there are several ways to celebrate another…

Cocktails topped with popsicles are coming to Oakland, along with 8 more new East Bay restaurants

Persian pastries. The hot dogs. Asian fusion tacos. New restaurants that debuted in late May and June in the East Bay serve all that and more. Diners have a full range of options from an exciting new cocktail bar in…

Is the risk of contracting COVID outdoors increasing?

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Thursday, July 7, and Napa County says reports of an IPA Voodoo Ranger water park coming to Wine Country appear to be a publicity stunt. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. The…

Here’s What Happened To KC’s BBQ After The Restaurant: Impossible

According to Food Network Gossip, the TV makeover took place in 2021. Since then, KC’s barbecue has remained in business and received decent reviews on review sites. It looks like the episode brought in some people, and some of them…

Original Kasper’s, Oakland’s iconic Chicago-style hot dog, will reopen

The original Kasper building at 4521 Telegraph Ave., in a 2019 photo. Credit: Sarah Han Original Kasper4521 Telegraph Ave. (at Shattuck Avenue), OaklandProvisional opening: fall 2022 Emil Peinert has been obsessed with Original Kasper’s — the long-abandoned, graffiti-covered, four-hundred-ninety-square-foot triangular…

22 fun things to do this week (6.27.22)

By a show of hands, who ordered some sort of air conditioning unit last week? ✋ With slightly cooler days ahead, we’ve rounded up the best ways to spend your week in the Bay Area. Transport yourself to the days…

Probationary man charged in Berkeley bombings

BERKELEY — A man released on probation in January after a plea bargain in a sexual assault case has been charged in June 17 attacks on two people downtown: a woman punched in the face during a robbery and a…

Berkeley’s 46-year-old Au Coquelet cafe is destroyed

Closed in 2020, the building at 2000 University Ave. which housed the 46-year-old French spot Au Coquelet Cafe was demolished at around 1:43 p.m. Wednesday. Credit: Sylvia Rubin Berkeley mainstay Au Coquelet cafe closed permanently nearly two years ago, but…

Elegance Berkeley, new residence for the elderly, opens soon

Construction of Elegance Living, a new senior housing community on San Pablo Avenue at Addison Street, is nearing completion. Credit: Elegance Living This story is brought to you by Elegance Living. When Elegance Berkeley, the city’s newest seniors’ community, opens…

Londoner’s Wonder – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

SLAP-bang in the middle of Leicester Square, you couldn’t find a better location for a trip to London. he Londoner Hotel is located in the square, a few doors down from all the cinemas which host major film premieres. So…

Football shirts or swim shorts mean no entry for Brits to Mallorca

It’s no secret that Spain is the most visited country by British tourists, with 18 million visits in 2019 from the sun-seeking public. We flood the Costa del Sol and the Balearic Islands in search of beaches and sun, as…

Are you still wearing a face mask? Your choice may be influenced by your breed

Although the AP-NORC and KFF surveys record the phenomenon, they do not ask why. A growing body of research points to two possible explanations: First, black people perceive a higher risk when it comes to COVID-19, having experienced higher rates…

Diablo Dish: Dining options for Father’s Day | Diablo Dish

Teleferic Barcelona Abel Rincon There are many options for Father’s Day Sure, the grill is right there in the garden, but maybe Dad would rather not sweat over the embers and worry about whether the burgers will fall apart on…

18 New Jersey Restaurants Where Dads Can Treat This Father’s Day

Father’s Day is almost here, which means it’s time to start making plans if you haven’t already. A number of restaurants in New Jersey are celebrating the holidays with various specials and offers. Here are some ways to have dinner…

Zuni Café: A San Francisco Classic – San Francisco Bay Times

By David Landis– Sometimes when it comes to choosing a fine dining experience, only a classic will do. that of San Francisco Zuni Cafean institution founded by Billy West in 1979 in a corner previously housed by a cactus shop,…

In Poland, the chef of Saul’s Deli works on the food chain for Ukrainian refugees – J.

World Central Kitchen, which is setting up kitchens to feed people in disaster areas, war zones and areas affected by climate change, recently received help from a Bay Area chef. Peter Levitt, co-owner of Saul’s Restaurant & Delicatessen in Berkeley,…

Berkeley High School Mass Shooting Plot: Questions Remain

Hello and welcome to Essential California newsletter. This is Monday, June 6. I am Justin Ray. A teenager has been arrested after discovering he was “recruiting other high school students to participate in a shooting and/or bombing”, police said. However,…

Ottoman Cafe, 73 Berkeley Street, Glasgow. Ron Mackenna’s restaurant review

FIRST, you must walk Berkeley Street. Walk past closed doors, peeling paint, shattered dreams, and with each weighted step feel the disappointment at how her once sparkling life turned out. Then you have to carry your own freshly lowered expectations…

Some restaurants are ditching tipping in favor of higher wages for their staff

Owner Devinder Chaudhary and server Robert Lamieux at the Aiana Restaurant Collective in Ottawa on May 30.Spencer Colby/The Globe and Mail Chris Locke was surprised when given the opportunity to tip on a recent purchase at a cannabis store. As…

Jonathan Waters, wine director of Chez Panisse, dies after a bicycle accident

A beacon of the Bay Area’s wine and restaurant industry, Jonathan Waters died Saturday, May 28, at the age of 60, following a bicycle accident. He was the wine director of the famous Chez Panisse in Berkeley for more than…

Platinum Jubilee – Hotels, Restaurants, Country Estates

Getty Images/Michael Stillwell Pull out your Union Jack memorabilia and dust off those Spice Girls CDs, because Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee is on the horizon. June 2-5 is the official weekend dedicated to this royal milestone, and there’s a…

End of Nowhere: How the Sierra Foothills’ Rich Wine History Drives Amador County’s Only Natural Winery

In 2008 when the recession started, winemaking wasn’t even on Chris Walsh’s radar. But unable to find work in the city as an architectural lighting designer, he took a job out of necessity: he became a courier and bus driver…

The Mayor of Berkeley and the Chief of Police of Toms River will be at Shore Time Sun!

Welcome to Shore Time! Every Sunday from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. on 94.3 The Point and 105.7 The Hawk on “Shore Time with Vin and Dave”Dave Crossan from Coastal asset management and I talk with some great guests and…

California COVID-Related Hospitalizations Up 100% From Mid-April; Bay Area returns to early March levels

Hospitalizations of patients with COVID-19 — some of whom may have been hospitalized for another illness and tested positive for COVID — have declined across California following the latest surge. This late wave of pandemic infections, driven by new Omicron…

Anaheimgate: in a corruption scandal

Hello and welcome to Essential California newsletter. It is Monday May 23. I am Justin Ray. “It all sounds like a B-grade Martin Scorsese gangster movie,” written by Gustavo Arellano. The city of Anaheim is best known for the Disneyland…

Bay Area Covid-19 Development Status Update

The latest developments in the region related to the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, as of Friday evening include: The Berkeley Unified School District is reinstating an indoor mask mandate for students and staff through the end of the…

Anti-abortion activists burst into UCSF women’s clinic and harassed doctor, DA says

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Friday, May 20, and a Monterey County winemaker is banking on a new cash crop: black truffles. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Anti-abortion activists broke into a clinic at San Francisco…

Come for the Salsa, Stay for the Weather: Berkeley Farmer’s Market Salsa Festival Gets Spicy Again | East Bay Express

Cue the marimbas! After two years of pandemic-enforced cancellations, the dance, food and eco-consciousness will return on May 21, as the Farmer’s Market Salsa Festival returns to Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Park. Created in 2018 by the Berkeley…

Hungry Planet is taking over the world of plant-based meat

Early mass-market attempts at plant-based meats—those mealy, easy-to-burn Gardenburgers and oddly floppy, cartoonish Morningstar Bacon Strips come quickly to mind—keep meat eaters still scoffing. of their vegetarian friends. Credit: Courtesy “These were made for vegetarians,” says Jody Boyman, co-founder of…

Sourdough & Co. brings fresh sourdough to Berkeley

Turning left off busy Telegraph Avenue onto Haste Street, an attractive glass door opens into a brand new restaurant located between two student apartment buildings, Enclave Apartments and Maximino Martinez Commons. “Welcome to Sourdough,” said a woman in a red…

Pioneer Napa Valley winemaker Jack Cakebread dies at 92

Jack Cakebread, who along with his wife, Dolores, transformed a 22-acre cattle ranch in Rutherford, Calif., into one of Napa Valley’s premier wineries, helping propel the once-obscure region to the world celebrity of viticulture, died on April 26 in Napa….

“More an experience than a meal” – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Dining at MÄS, Ashland’s latest dining sensation, is a culinary adventure Josh Dorack started MÄS five years ago as a pop-up restaurant in Ashland. [Photo by Lindsey Bolling] MÄS chef Josh Dorcak tops raw bluefin tuna with roe. “The experimental…

Despite a record budget surplus, California is unlikely to fix massive backlogs in wage theft claims anytime soon

The number of Californians directly affected by long wait times could be much higher, as multiple employees often jointly file a claim against an employer. The delays, which have worsened during the pandemic, can make it harder for workers to…

Everything you need to know about the Bay’s Night Markets

Photo by Mogli Maureal, courtesy of UNDSCVRD Navigating through Asia’s night markets is a must for any traveler and food lover. Each stall usually specializes in a specific dish, so it’s easy to hop from stall to stall in an…

Arts Beat: Historic and hysterical musical stops in Hartford before Broadway

“Kiss my Aztec!” » The new musical with book from comedy legend John Leguizamo and acclaimed director Tony Taccone, hits the Hartford stage June 1-26, en route to Broadway. Benjamin Valez and David Kamp provide music and lyrics; Taccone will…

Restaurant to offer free food to Malaysian athletes during Birmingham 2022

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic…

David Tanis returns to the restaurant kitchen

Chef David Tanis runs the kitchen at Lulu, a restaurant at UCLA’s Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Lulu was founded by Alice Waters, Tanis’ longtime collaborator at the legendary Chez Panisse in Berkeley. After spending the last decade writing and…

Increase in thefts at 1851 Market and campus bookstore

By Rayana Petrone & Nico Manganiello – Digital editor and contributor 1851 The 1851 market items were moved behind Boomer’s grill for the remainder of the semester. Photo by Nico Manganiello The 1851 market and bookshop suffered an unprecedented number…

Get out of town! : San Francisco and the Bay Area

View of the Pacific Ocean from Land’s End in San Francisco. (Photo by Lisa Paredes) For those of us who reside in Southern California, the lure of the cooler, wetter climes of San Francisco and the Bay Area has long…

Shortage of housing and soaring rents weigh on American students

BERKELEY, Calif. >> UC Berkeley sophomore Terrell Thompson slept in his car for nearly two weeks at the start of the school year last fall, living in a suitcase hidden in the trunk and sending Text messages to dozens of…

Top 5 Most Popular American Restaurants in Berkeley, CA | restaurant review

This list is based on feedback from previous customers. Unsplash We all appreciate a good place to eat. A restaurant is judged on the quality of its dishes and the excellence of its services. This article analyzed the best American…

W.Va. House of Delegates – District 93: Zondria “Z” Lansdowne |

Zondria “Z” Lansdowne Democrat 51 years from Martinsburg Occupation: association director Family: Married for over 30 years with 13 children and 10 grandchildren How long have you lived in the area: since 2010 Relevant experience serving the community: Operate a…

Oakland considering mask mandate for 1,000-person indoor events

An Oakland council member will introduce an ordinance next month that requires people to wear masks at large indoor gatherings of 1,000 or more people. The ordinance will remove the city’s current requirement that people show proof of a vaccine…

Sleek kiosks could be coming to Oakland’s business districts

The way Oakland allows businesses to advertise on city sidewalks may soon change. Historically, Clear Channel Outdoor has made a deal to advertise on bus shelters and use a portion of the revenue to maintain the structures. But the city…

Earth Day Weekend Cleanup Planned at Montclair Park

Happy Earth Day! This coming April 22 is a day we can all take a step back as we celebrate the mother of all planets – Mother Earth. Years ago, I wrote about a neighbor’s plan to pick up four…

Oakland Locale Korean Fried Chicken Chain Plans

OAKLAND, Calif. — Bonchon, a global chain known for its “crispy-aloud” Korean-style chicken, plans to open its third restaurant in December 2022 in Oakland. The franchise owner is Harry Johnson Jr., and the site selection process is underway, according to…

3 local artists explain why Oakland is special to them

Just over two weeks ago, our newsroom hosted the first episode of a new quarterly live event series, Culture Makers, where we celebrate local creatives through dialogue, multimedia and performance. live. The inaugural event took place at the New Parkway…

San Francisco’s Arinell Pizzeria at risk of closing

After 33 years on Valencia Street in San Francisco, New York-style pizzeria Arinell Pizza is in danger of closing its doors. “We will be closing soon if we don’t get an increase in business,” owner Ron Demirdjian said. “The pandemic,…

Top 4 Non-Touristy Places to Visit in Los Angeles

After spending spring break at home in sunny Los Angeles, I’ve compiled a list of must-see places to take my college friends when they come to visit. From beaches to hikes to restaurants and cafes, here are four non-touristy spots…

Where to Find Passover Meals in Oakland and Berkeley

Pomella’s “everything but the plate” seder plate. 1 credit The guest list is set. The perfect seder plate selected. And the perfect wine – kosher, palatable – was selected. But what about dinner? For those of you who don’t have…

Mensho Ramen Crew Opens East Bay’s First Restaurant, Along With 7 Other Mouthwatering Openings Across The Area

Welcome to the second episode of New in the East Bay, a monthly overview of the latest restaurant and bar openings this side of the Bay Bridge. The area has seen plenty of action, with several new places for intensely…

Mijoté, a French-style bistro by world-renowned chef Kosuke Tada, opens April 10 at The Mission

San Francisco’s new French-style bistro Mijoté announced its opening date and released reservations on Friday, with plans to open April 10. Chef Kosuke Tada announced the takeover of the former Sasaki space in the Mission last month, and since then…

Festival of Colors; Spring Festival ; SF Restaurant Week: NorCal Weekend

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has hosted fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Northern California – from the beaches of Santa Cruz, through South Bay, East Bay and the Peninsula, to the highest points of North Bay and Wine Country. Some…

Bill would require employers to pay minimum wage for tipped workers – The Legislative Gazette

Photos from the Legislative Gazette by Heather Viani On March 9, 2022, on the State Capitol’s Million Dollar Staircase, Yamila Ruiz and other members of the One Fair Wage Coalition are demanding an increase in the minimum wage for tipped…

Most Californians support COVID vaccine requirements, poll finds

Most Californians still support COVID-19 restrictions, including requiring proof of vaccination at large outdoor gatherings or entering places like indoor restaurants and bars, new survey finds . Findings from the Public Policy Institute of California, based on a March 6-17…

Rising gas cost prompts renewed discussion of ‘mystery supplement’ behind higher California prices – CBS San Francisco

BERKELEY (KPIX 5) – Californians currently pay about $1.70 more per gallon than the national average. As lawmakers discuss ways to help offset some of the rising costs, there is again talk of the “mystery surcharge” which is now seven…

Levin calls for putting $15 minimum wage on Michigan ballot

royal oak – U.S. Representative Andy Levin joined petitioners on Saturday calling for a ballot initiative that would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour in Michigan. According to the proposal, by the Raise the Wage Michigan Ballot Committee,…

Longtime Berkeley bakery Vital Vittles to close after 46 years – NBC Bay Area

He’s another casualty of the pandemic in the Bay Area. After 46 years, Berkeley’s beloved bakery, Vital Vittles, is closing its doors. Berkeley resident Naomi Pearce stocked up on a dozen loaves of her favorite bread from Vital Vittles Bakery…

Meet Nathaniel Bice, the artist behind these tiny paintings of beloved San Francisco restaurants and bars

In July 2020, 24-year-old Nathaniel J. Bice sat in Harry Bridges Plaza across from the Ferry Building and painted a portrait of the San Francisco landmark, complete with Pride and California flags waving in the wind. Bice had cycled down…

How Colorado Restaurants and Breweries Support Ukraine

Mizuna executive chef Adam Samokishyn’s takeout pierogies raised money for World Central Kitchen this month. Photo courtesy of Mizuna Eat and drink From selling pierogi to brewing foam, local business owners are doing what they can to raise money for…

As gas prices soar, this Sonoma Valley High graduate is doubling down on biodiesel

Walking to his biofuel-powered 1981 Mercedes 300SD Turbo Diesel with two 20-gallon gas tanks, Joseph Silvi says the only downside of using alternative fuel is the smell of fried food that pokes his appetite. “One time I drove to my…

Three-story building on tap for former restaurant property in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood – The Denver Post

Groundbreaking is imminent for a former restaurant in Berkeley. Developer John Cianci and his partner Mike Carnes, also a U-Collective broker, plan to begin construction in the coming weeks on a three-story residential project at 3301 W. 38th Ave. The…

Popular mochi bakery Third Culture opens two locations in SF

San Francisco squishy mochi muffin lovers won’t have to cross the bridge to experience the chewy glory of Third Culture Bakery soon. The Berkeley spot is expanding with two locations in San Francisco this year. The two new locations —…

The Most Anticipated Spring Restaurant and Bar Openings in the San Francisco Bay Area

Just three months into the new year, San Francisco and the East Bay have already welcomed an impressive list of new restaurants, bars and bakeries, including a Mission District sandwich shop from a star chef, an oasis on the Nikkei…

Bielat Santore & Company Sells The Waters Edge, Berkeley Township, New Jersey | News

TOWNSHIP OF BERKELEY, NJ, March 14, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “When I started in the real estate business over forty years ago, there were restaurants and bars along the waterfront along the New Jersey coast”, declares Barry Belat of, Bielat Santore…

Victims identified in accident outside Parthenon restaurant in DC

As they were placing their orders at the DC restaurant, an SUV sped across Connecticut Avenue, jumped the sidewalk and slammed into a cluster of sidewalk tables filled with diners. Bloom, 76, was killed, as was another woman, Terese Dudnick…

Cédric Grolet at the Berkeley, London W1: “Rising blood sugar in Europe” – restaurant review | Food

IIt takes a considerable amount of French bluster to show up in London and rename Afternoon Tea, but if anyone can do it, Cédric Grolet is the man. Grolet is one of the greatest pastry chefs who currently roam the…

LA moves to lift vaccine verification mandate at domestic businesses

Members of the Los Angeles City Council took the first step Wednesday toward lifting vaccine verification requirements at many indoor businesses, the latest in a series of rule relaxations as the Omicron push wears off regularly. Although not yet final,…

Vegan kreplach and the secret to tender and delicious hamantaschen – Marin Independent Journal

As a trained chef and registered dietitian, Micah Siva has already helped thousands of people eat healthier through his vegan-centric food blog, Nosh with Micah, nutrition workshops and recipe development for adults. businesses (Nestle) and small (Oaktown Spice Shop) ….

Maurice Wilson Obituary (1929 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Maurice Henry Wilson, Jr. November 27, 1929 – March 5, 2022 Charlotte, North Carolina – Maurice Henry Wilson Jr., the only child of the late Maurice Henry Wilson Sr. and Mary Louise Polen Wilson, was born at Charlotte Presbyterian Hospital…

Meal Notes: Drink Pink and Buy Cookies to Show Your Mean Girls Tour Love | Omaha dinners

To celebrate the arrival of traveling Broadway musical “Mean Girls” at the Orpheum Theater on Tuesday, a few Omaha businesses are offering specials in shades of pink. Eileen’s Cookies, near 74th Street and Pacific Street, bakes pink and white cookies…

Net worth of Marcus Wareing 2022, income

marcus wareing net worth Known for his work on BBC’s MasterChef: Tes professionals, Marcus Wareing is a famous English chef. You’ve certainly seen him work alongside chef Monica Galetti, regularly judging and advising other professional chefs. Its secondary business is…