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650 Eats: Poke, Tajines, and More

Not one but two eateries have new outposts in San Mateo after opening in San Francisco.

East Bay Eats: Wagyu Beef, Sake, and Sierra Nevada Beer

Sushi, Kurobuta malt cured pork chop, Snake River bavette steak, and grilled Wagyu beef tongue are part of the pleasing components of a new spot from a well regarded Yoshi’s chef in West Berkeley -- all the better when paired with sake or cold craft beer.

650 Eats: Quail, Sexy Soup and More

A taste of quail and sexy soup are part of new restaurants popping up in the 650. That's happening at a va-va-voom revamped spot that is getting a little help from a big culinary star in San Carlos.

Zuni Café's Chef Judy Rodgers Has Died

Judy Rodgers, the chef-owner of Zuni Café (1658 Market St.), has died at age 57. Rodgers had been sick for over a year and a half with a devastating form of cancer

East Bay Eats: Wood-Fired Meats, Bibimbap, and More

New restaurants continue to pop up throughout Oakland and Berkeley this month, with a hearty dose of comfort food and a charitable restaurant component on the hustle bustle of Telegraph Avenue—kudos that the effort is from a Bay Area native son. 

No Plans Yet? Where to Eat Thanksgiving Out

One of the nicest things about booking a table for Thanksgiving: you can watch as much TV as you like the day of and avoid the crazy activity at stores and farmers’ markets this week.

650 Eats: Lobster Rolls, Sushi and Burroti

New restaurants with seafaring menus are popping up in the 650 and the neighboring 408.

New Cowgirl Creamery Cookbook Doles Advice to Cheese Aficionados

Hot off the presses: esteemed cheesemakers Peggy Smith and Sue Conley of Cowgirl Creamery just debuted their very first cookbook slash memoir, called Cowgirl Creamery Cooks.

East Bay Eats: Box & Bells Opens and More

A new meaty hot spot popped up in Oakland, where a big name chef is betting on the winning combo of crafted drinks with satisfying fare.

650 Eats: Ramen, Kamameshi and Coastal Pastries

New restaurants are popping up in the 650

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