East Bay Eats
You know it's a good week for eating in the East Bay when Oakland's best pizza place goes into expansion mode and a new Philz coffee opens up. And have we mentioned, pozole at Camino, late night eats in Temescal, and the cafe-cum-literary salon?
It's time to rev it up, East Bay—in addition to a whole lot of noteworthy openings and updates, we've got a number of delectable Christmas and New Years feasts for your dining pleasure. Ready to close out 2014 with a bang?
Still full from last weekend, East Bay? Don't head for the juice just yet. Instead, ride this wave of gluttony all the way through the holidays, starting this weekend.
It’s official: we’ve got less than a week until the magical, marvelous gluttony that is Thanksgiving. You know what that means, East Bay: it’s time to start stretching your stomachs accordingly. Good thing we’ve got a week chock-full of openings for your eating pleasure.
Get yer ribs, waffles and crème brulee! Sunday mid-day eats in Pleasanton has a slew of new lunch options all in one hot spot with the launch last month of Off the Grid: Pleasanton, the Bay Area’s most prolific network of rotating street food markets serving the south-east corner of Alameda County in fun and filling fashion.
Two San Francisco hot spot eateries have opened new locations in the East Bay.
A hot new location for a paella powerhouse popped up near Jack London Square in Oakland and, further afield, the battle for the wine list over a bowl of delectable hand made pasta noodles is unfolding in Alamo.