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Oakland Featured Dining and Food Blogs


  • 10 Questions for Melissa Perello, Chef-Owner at Frances and Octavia

    Melissa Perello, Michelin-starred chef of Frances, is poised to reinvent her quaint neighborhood restaurant concept on a larger scale in Pac Heights. Perello will open the 54-seat Octavia this April in the former Baker & Banker space, whe...

    Saturday, February 28, 2015
  • Bottoms Up: On Beer (Inside Bay Area)
  • We’ve Moved

    Thanks for reading the Bottoms Up Blog over the years, but we’ve closed up shop. The posts from over the years will remain here, archived for your reading pleasure, and as a historical record. But for current news about beer, wine, food and ...

    Saturday, February 1, 2014
  • East Bay Express: What the Fork
  • A People's Party Celebrates Gardens, Black History

    People's Grocery, a West Oakland nonprofit dedicated to "feeding people, whether that's through growing food or educating people," according to executive director Wanda Stewart, is hosting a weekend-long community celeb...

    Friday, February 27, 2015
  • Eater SF
    Mercury News: Dining Scene
  • Cocktail class at Oakland's Flora teaches the fine art of bitters

    The secret to modern craft cocktails lies in the handmade bitters. Now this Uptown hotspot is teaching cocktail enthusiasts how to make their own. Hello, new-wave Old-Fashioned.

  • Oakland Magazine: Dining Out
    East Bay Food Scene
  • BOX AND BELLS – Of the Rapture that Impels

    “To the Swinging and the Ringing” It’s been almost ten years since I started writing about Oakland’s changing restaurant scene. Hard to believe, but it has. One of the earliest visits I made was to my hometown’s first Michelin-starred ...

    Saturday, January 17, 2015
  • Lunchburb
  • 15 to Go

    OK – so I’ve been on a rather extended hiatus, but with good reason. I’ve been on a diet these past few months and am committed to dropping another 15 pounds before I begin recreational eating again. I figure I should be back in ...

    Sunday, June 9, 2013
  • Oliveto Community Journal
  • Whole Hog Dinners 2015: A coming out party for a very special pig

    The Cinta Senese breed is a domestic pig from Siena, Tuscany, and it has been around since at least the 14th century. The pig has been so beloved that it appears in paintings dating back to the 1330s, like the fresco pictured above. But today, few...

    Thursday, February 26, 2015

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