While the chain restaurant is a veritable hamburger haven, you can also overindulge on its offerings of brain-freezing milkshakes, boneless chicken wings, monster-sized nachos, and other gut-wrenching delights.
Vintage decor gives this bar and grill a classic feel, but the menu — ambitious, inventive cocktails and well-made snacks like sliders and sausages — is contemporary Emeryville all the way.
An Italian-style pizza place in Emeryville's Public Market that aims to celebrate contemporary Italian culture.
The International House of Pancakes, where one can ingest copious amounts of flapjacks from the crack of dawn to the butt crack of the evening.
A maze-like, gargantuan store full of cheap, Scandinavian-style furniture and accessories (and food!).
A bakery specializing in modern Bundt cakes.
Founded in the 1890s, this East Bay institution (located on San Pablo, a few blocks from MacArthur BART) hosts casino games 24/7, including seven-card stud, double-hand poker, California Black Jack, Texas Hold 'Em (with tournaments twice a week), lowball, and pan. In addition to its forty gaming tables, the venue provides a full bar and bistro menu with Chinese food, Hof-Brau sandwiches, burgers, and prime rib.
The local mini-chain serves up Italian fare at fair prices, making it a convenient spot to enjoy a filling meal.