New restaurant ushers in bian dang (Taiwanese lunch box) culture to the heart of Oakland.
Plus, a new pop-up combines coffee, doughnuts, and empowering young women in Oakland.
Jack's Oyster Bar & Fish House gives working-class seafood staples a globally inspired, fine-dining twist.
Plus, a 42-year-old Berkeley institution asks its customers for help.
Chef Charlie Parker eschews esoteric tasting menus for burgers and roast chicken.
Plus, a quirky new brewery and "beer fountain" in Uptown Oakland.
Come for the fried chicken, stay for the side dishes, including the best avocado salad in town.
Introducing What's Eating You, answering your pressing food questions. Plus, Captain & Corset closes.
The best salad bar in town comes to Uptown Oakland.
Plus, Ume calls it quits after just four months. Taking its place: more Plum Bar.
Here's hoping fries-in-burritos is a trend that's here to stay.
Plus, Capone’s Speakeasy owner tries to bite a police officer.
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After enduring a vicious harassment campaign designed to chase women out of the video game industry, local female developers are trying to take back the art form from commercialization.
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We ate at Jack's last night. Spinach salad/fried oysters was good, but the crabcake was…