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Re: “Guacamole 61 Brings the Meat to Epicurious Garden in Berkeley

What is interesting here is that this will be the FIFTH restaurant to open in this space in a relatively short span of time, and the SECOND MEXICAN SPOT. What does this tell you? That this food court has better offerings that are driving all the traffic there. Kirala, Soop, a gelato place, and a Chinese restaurant/tea spot. Nothing so far can last against that competition, and I can tell you that YET ANOTHER Mexican spot, no matter how good, doesn't stand a chance. There are plenty of Mexican restaurants in town, and apparently, there is little need for one in the Gourmet Ghetto. I give this place 6-12 months, TOPS.

Posted by EB Pride on 08/27/2016 at 6:06 PM

Re: “JP Morgan Chase's Home Loans in Oakland Mostly Went to White and Wealthy Residents

Great article here! This suggests that Chase may have made some effort to live up to the city counsel's urging them to make more loans to under-served communities.By the way, my children needed OPM OF-306 last month and saw a great service that hosts a searchable forms database . If others require OPM OF-306 too , here's "http://pdf.ac/7VzAfS".

Posted by Leanna Lauber 1 on 08/27/2016 at 4:58 PM

Re: “More Details on Those Rumored Oakland Raiders Coliseum Renderings and Images

LOL the reason why it sounds like he "hates other cities that want the Raiders" is because the LV proposed site is in direct protest of the FAA. #Oakland4Ever

Posted by Joel Umanzor Jr. on 08/27/2016 at 12:13 PM

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Re: “Cooking Other People's Food: How Chefs Appropriate Bay Area 'Ethnic' Cuisine

Very thoughtful article with lots to ponder. The Bruce Cost/Barbara Tropp feud comes to mind when two whites argued about being the better Chineese cook (both were sensational) and Trader Vic with his faux Polynesia. James Beard introducing his audience to pu-pu platters in his cookbooks. French and American chefs incorporating fusion flavors in the eighties. The Romans are in the midst of that now. I think the issue is sensitivity and respect and as Russ said if it brings people to the table everyone should benefit.

Posted by Dennis Lapuyade on 08/27/2016 at 12:35 AM

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