I’m pretty lucky with food options around my neighborhood near my Oakland apartment, and it’s getting better every day.
Clove and Hoof is one of my regular standby for a nice lunch because it’s just a 10-minute walk for me. I can always count on a filling meal from this gourmet butchery and casual restaurant, […]Read the full post →
The people behind San Francisco’s Two Sisters Bar and Books have re-emerged in Berkeley with a contemporary cafe with touches of Provencal in the new Les Arceaux Cafe and Wine Bar.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the cafe by business partners and longtime friends Mikha Diaz and Alana O’Neal is a casual cafe during […]Read the full post →
One of the most buzzworthy restaurants that have opened in recent months can be found on the far end of International Boulevard, serving up Vietnamese dishes not typically found along that popular ethnic strip in Oakland.
The Temple Club is a lively, hip spot by Chef Geoffrey Deetz, who spent 16 years living in Vietnam […]Read the full post →
As an Asian American growing up with a love for Italian food, I’m familiar with mixing some of my Asian flavors with traditional Italian dishes like pasta. I mean, have you seen my recipe for black bean clams pasta?
So I was intrigued when I heard about the relatively new restaurant Pesce […]Read the full post →
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Snaps on the Go
- Going Big with Brunch at Clove and Hoof in Oakland
- A Bit of French Provencal in Berkeley at the New Les Arceaux Cafe and Wine Bar
- A Review of The Temple Club in Oakland
- A Review of Japanese Italian Dishes at Pesce e Riso in San Francisco
- A Review of Brunch at Villon in San Francisco
- A Review of Hinodeya Ramen Bar in San Francisco