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And this article mentions nothing about her selection of Lunch Pack. How many varieties?
She should get a growler fill station!
I love visiting Republic of V and stocking up (esp. on Miyoko's cheese and vegan fish sauce) on our way home from San Fransisco back to Sacramento. Happy to see the coverage! This goes to show vegan is becoming more mainstream.
THere is SOOOOOOO much more good beer over here, in Japan - lots to look forward to!
Don't forget to check out Baagan in San Ramon if you're looking for some delicious vegan food.
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I'm planning a trip to the Bay Area JUST to visit all these awesome places- thanks for the coverage :)
We are BEYOND fortunate to have so many excellent options in the East Bay and beyond!!! Not just vegan food, Vegan Cuisine.
Love Republic of V, and the burgeoning East Bay vegan food scene. What's not to love!?
Great to see so many of my favorite businesses mentioned here! Thanks for covering the growing East Bay vegan scene! We definitely have an amazing community.
Yes! Just one more reason to love Oakland. A vegan diet is about compassion and justice for animals and for the planet. A movement that feels right at home in Oakland 😊
Awesome shop and great people.
I'm pretty sad that the Bay Area Derby Girls (www.bayareaderbygirls.com) were missed in this round up.
These all seem like great places to eat- I for one appreciate the inclusion of an Indian restaurant on 79th and E.14th... not exactly the middle of nowhere- but I digress- I would not have gathered an Indian restaurant there neither ;). I do however must remind you folks that there WAS (gasp) an Oakland before 1999 and there are many places that would fight a for a spot on a list of quintessential Oakland restaurants and dives that are nary mentioned here. Good eats tho !
I'd also add 10th and Wood which might even have a better fried chicken sandwich than Bakesale Betty, not to mention the remarkable pulled pork
The Wrist Ship Supply Mural (16th and Peralta by Vogue and Bam) and the White Elephant Mural (333 Lancaster) were both coordinated and produced in association with Fuming Guerilla Productions.
Stop by Oakland's own Cat Town Cafe to see a wonderful indoor mural that is iconic and Oaklandish! Check our Fuming Guerilla Productions website to view some more of our work around Oakland.
I would also add Venga Paella (229 Brush St) in Jack London. Even though they have only been open for just over a year...they feel like home.
They have great paella and a relaxing vibe. I never feel rushed to have to leave and they make the extra effort to know who you are and feel part of the experience. Definitely a local gem in my book.
New to Berkeley! - The Bay Area Book Festival, June 6 & 7. A free book festival and street fair with 200 local, national and international authors, from Nobel laureates to genre writers, as well as storytellers, a Children’s Arena in Civic Center Park, a Teen Stage, & a Cooking Stage. Incredible book-art installations: "Lacuna "by FLUX (the art collective that does the Man and the Temple at Burning Man); "A Flock of Books" by Yael Braha; "Astrobotanicals" by Stan Clark create the Digital Dome; and the interactive Chalk It Up for Books! on Sunday. www.BayBookFest.org
You could also check out (and add to) this immense list of murals on OaklandWiki: https://localwiki.org/oakland/Murals. There are over 500 murals on here, all collected by members of the community.
The majority of them are mapped- click the map, a neighborhood, and go!
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