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Author: admin, 27.12.2014. Category: Organic Food

When I think about signs featuring the moon, my mind goes to Dixon where the cow still jumps over the moon.
Of these, the Black Oak stands, a perfect old-time coffee shop with a loyal if senior customer base. The train was a poor second to the Tilden Park steam train, but it was stunning all the same. I don’t know if President Reagan ever rode the Tilden Park Steam Train, but I do know that Governor Reagan posed in the Nut Tree Railroad. Here you will find photos of the oddball, whimsical, eccentric, and the near-rhyme quirky material culture of Berkeley.
As for wine, 2014 saw the opening in the East Bay of Justice Grace Vineyards, a winery with a passion for social justice, that joined Eno Wines and Lusu Cellars on Camelia Street in Berkeley. Wine shop and gathering spot Bay Grape opened on Grand Avenue, and Downtown Wine Merchants set up shop in the heart of downtown Oakland on Broadway next to Frank Ogawa Plaza.
For those who would add cocktails to their beer and wine repertoire, the Alchemy Bottle Shop opened on Grand Avenue, and Cask took over the liquor store on the corner of College and Alcatraz. And let’s not forget about Mosswood Distillers, which moved from Treasure Island to West Berkeley in 2014. DOWNTOWN BERKELEY In January, Paris Baguette opened opposite the entrance to Downtown Berkeley BART bringing French desserts and pastries with a slight Asian twist to the heart of the city.
The New York Times noticed the arrival of Botella Republic, a wine shop and tasting studio at 2055 Center St.
Downtown Berkeley got a new fishmonger in 2014 — not something many cities can boast these days.
GOURMET GHETTO Vegans rejoiced with the opening of Source Mini in the Gourmet Ghetto’s Epicurious Garden at 1511 Shattuck Ave. SOUTH BERKELEY Mark Jones and Ramone Smith opened 44 Restaurant & Bar in the space that used to be Addie’s Pizza Pie, and was, for a short while, Next Door Restaurant. MORE COFFEE KLATCH Starbucks spent much time fighting significant community opposition to a new coffee shop in the Telegraph Gardens development on the corner of Telegraph and Ashby. Much discussion and debate later, the Frappuccinos started flowing in the latter half of 2014. IN OTHER NEWS Away from the restaurant world, 2014 was the year the Berkeley schools cooking and gardening program was in crisis mode, and had to figure out how to continue to operate despite the withdrawal of federal funding. In business news, the biggest story in Berkeley was that TCHO Chocolate was moving in lock, stock and barrel, from San Francisco.
Seafood spot alaMar opened on Grand Avenue in April; tiki-style tropical cocktail bar Longitude opened on 14th Street downtown in August.
Oakland’s only Michelin-starred chef, James Syhabout, opened The Dock at Linden Street in West Oakland. Michel Bistro, a gastropub-style restaurant run by French owners Germain Michel and Jean-Michel Fabregon, arrived at 3343 Lakeshore Ave.
Speaking of expansions, Homeroom launched Homeroom To Go just up the block (west on 40th), to offer easier take-out options, as well as space for larger groups and classes. Rockridge saw the arrival of Smitten in April, just in time for the spring and summer crowd. Aficionados of Le Petit Cheval in Berkeley had to bid goodbye to the Vietnamese restaurant at 2600 Bancroft Way — which has been something of an institution for UC Berkeley faculty and students for the 15 years it was in business. In March, food truck orchestrator extraordinaire Off The Grid pulled the plug on its Southside Berkeley market, explaining that it had not proved financially viable for the vendors.
Remember that time Daniel Patterson‘s Uptown Oakland restaurant Plum became Ume, and then became an expansion of Plum Bar?
In the Temescal neighborhood, Jamal Zahid reopened Tanjia as Moroccan restaurant Doukkala, but closed it later in the year.
Jodie’s Restaurant in Albany announced it would shutter after about 25 years, citing ongoing problems with its landlord as well as insurmountable infrastructure upgrades. Jodie’s Restaurant closed in Albany, but still hopes to re-open in a new, as yet undetermined,  location. The Port Bar, a gay bar hoping to open in Uptown Oakland, is still working with the city on getting its building permits, as of early February. Rabbit, chorizo, and clam paella from Nora Spanish Cuisine which is planning a new restaurant called La Marcha. Did we miss a new favorite spot of yours, or has the status changed on any of the places we’ve mentioned? Nosh has launched Nosh Weekly, a free weekly email that will keep you bang up-to-date on all the delicious food, drink and restaurant news in the East Bay.
Hey, editors, Longbranch isn’t in the Elmwood, but in West Berkeley, on San Pablo just south of Dwight.
Funny you should mention this, by the way, I drove by yesterday and think I noticed a sign for a new business opening or open there, but I didn’t have time to jot it down.
It just irks me when I know someone has a better design sensibility than I do, and I can fully decorate a 700 square foot condo on a dime and make it look like Versailles.
But how he got his latest little hole in the wall, Cocina Economica, to be so bang on is beyond even my cultivated aesthetic.
The place is so small some of the bar seating is practically in the kitchen if not on top of the cash register.
Not exactly sure why the homemade quesadilla oaxaquenos ($10) that comes so highly recommended is as rubbery and tasteless as gum after being chewed for an hour. Mains are served with fresh tortillas, rice and beans, queso fresco, onions, cilantro and limes.
By the end of the meal theres barely any room to even consider desserts; trust me those tostadas are as filling as they are addictive.


By the end of the meal there's barely any room to even consider desserts; trust me those tostadas are as filling as they are addictive. With an extensive list over 10,000 restaurants, hotels, bars clubs, banquet halls and many more. Berkeley is the home to many authentic restaurants, diners, grills and shacks to grab food across all sorts of cuisines.
Chances are you’ve likely passed by this restaurant located on the corner of Shattuck Avenue and Kittredge Street several times when walking Downtown. Next time when you take a walk down to Elmwood to grab some Tara’s Organic Ice Cream, make sure you drop by this restaurant located between Webster Street and Ashby Avenue on College Avenue. If you’re tired of going to Chipotle every other day or spending dollars at Celia’s for when you crave some tacos and burritos, Fresco Mexican Grill might be the choice for you.
Although not as underappreciated as the other restaurants, this pizza place is still not as talked about as Artichoke Basille’s and Cheeseboard, even though it deserves to be just as well-known. Located between Bancroft Way and Durant Avenue, Namaste Madras is an authentic South Indian restaurant. Even though it’s just a stand located between Oxford Street and West Entrance, chances are you’ll always see a long line at this little shack. Currently we have a super large 1 bedroom apartment in one of the most sought after Buildings on the North side of Campus. Craft distillery Sutherland Distilling Company opened in Livermore. And there are more in the works, including 21st Amendment in San Leandro, and Fieldwork Brewing Company in Berkeley (the latter had its soft opening last week). It can be found at bottle shops around the East Bay, as well as in San Francisco. Building 43 Winery opened in December in Alameda.
Later in the year, A Dora Pie opened in the former Slow restaurant spot on University Avenue. Berkeley Kitchens, a revolutionary hub for artisanal food manufacturing, also opened in West Berkeley. Speaking of coffee, Catahoula Kaffeegarten opened up in the space vacated by Sketch ice cream at Fourth and U. And a food-related issue dominated the 2014 elections with Berkeley living up to its reputation as a pioneering city by passing the nation’s first soda tax at the local level.
Magnin & Company building at the corner of Broadway and 20th Street, next to the Oakland 19th Street BART station.
And Black Spring Coffee Company arrived on Telegraph Avenue on the edge of Pill Hill, serving a Monsoon Medley brew.
Also in Temescal, Iron Pan opened in the old location of Aunt Mary’s Cafe, which moved up the street. Up the street, on College Avenue, High Peaks Kitchen came in with a stellar new choice for those seeking Indian and Pakistani fare.
That left just one OTG market in the city — at the North Berkeley BART station — after the original Gourmet Ghetto one closed in 2012. Yeah, that happened in 2014, and we’re not sure exactly how to categorize all the changes, but you can read about it here.
Nearby, Barkada on Telegraph — which morphed from a bakery to a full-service restaurant — also closed in 2014, along with tapas restaurant Barlata. And Rosamunde Sausage Grill announced plans to take the place of Good Bellies in Temescal. OK Falls aimed to open at 15th and Broadway by February. And then there’s KronnerBurger, which is working to open a new location on Piedmont Avenue. After a lawsuit, appeals, and many meetings, John Paluska and Andrew Hoffman were finally given the all-clear in September.
Wolfhound bar, on San Pablo Avenue, is reportedly on the verge of opening, according to our friends at The E’ville Eye. Will try to find out more, or let us know if you notice anything if you’re in the neighborhood. But I dont think in my wildest design fantasies I could ever have come up with what Dave Sidhu has done with his mini empire of ethnic eateries. Its truly surreal how Sidhu manages to make even the most decrepit looking space, just a tad larger than an Easy-Bake Oven, suitable for a sit down meal with just a smattering of brick-coloured crockery. A real fresser might have an issue squeezing in without having to disturb a couple of tables. So choosing between homemade cornflower cookies (3 for $11) with hand-churned dulce de leche and a tres leches ($8) soaked cake with fresh whipped cream aint easy.
It's truly surreal how Sidhu manages to make even the most decrepit looking space, just a tad larger than an Easy-Bake Oven, suitable for a sit down meal with just a smattering of brick-coloured crockery. So choosing between homemade cornflower cookies (3 for $11) with hand-churned dulce de leche and a tres leches ($8) soaked cake with fresh whipped cream ain't easy.
Despite living in a town with enough options that you could eat at a new place every day, we tend to visit the usual favorites over and over again. It’s especially easy to miss because it doesn’t seem to sport any sort of logo outside at first sight. Themed with an antique, snug atmosphere, the place is a perfect spot to go on a first date as well.
Located on Allston Way in Downtown Berkeley, the grill offers cheap rates for fast and delicious Mexican food.
With a new pizza of the day every day of the week, there’s no chance you’ll ever get sick of a single type of pizza. Although we have heard reviews from two extremes, we suggest you give this place a shot because the people who do like the place fall in love with it.


We'll tell you about which restaurants are worth your dollar, where the best quick lunch spots are, how to make easy recipes any college student can handle and let you know what's going on in the food world. In the same neighborhood, Kamado Sushi took over from Bel Forno which closed after 23 years at 1400 Shattuck Avenue.
Nearby, the much anticipated Fournee bakery finally opened its doors on Domingo Avenue in the old Bread Garden space after months of build-out. Also notable, Supersonic coffee, a roaster with all the right credentials, opened in West Berkeley on Fifth Street.
And longtime Mission District favorite Bissap Baobab, serving Senegalese fare, opened earlier in the year. She has since relocated the biz to SoCal so no more Goat Cheese and Blackberry ice cream for us. Chris Pastena has a number of plans in the works, including a new project called Calavera at the Hive at 2335 Broadway. His Playa Cabana Cantina in The Junction probably has the most authentic ambience of any cucina Mexicana north of the Rio Grande. The walls look like original porcelain tile, but upon closer examination theyre just pasted on paper, some even partly peeling away.
All moot points though since the joy and merriment is immediately evident in this packed house. This brilliant shrimp and scallop combo packs a lime punch like few others, and tops two tostadas that never soften under the moist fleshiness of the this raw marinated seafood. But were pretty confident with picking the latter: a sponge cake moist with condensed, evaporated and whole milk looks deceptively simple, but to get it this right without being soggy makes this recipe one of some complexity. The walls look like original porcelain tile, but upon closer examination they're just pasted on paper, some even partly peeling away. But we're pretty confident with picking the latter: a sponge cake moist with condensed, evaporated and whole milk looks deceptively simple, but to get it this right without being soggy makes this recipe one of some complexity.
In fact, many times we inadvertently miss going to places hidden behind the spotlight of some popular, sensational ones. For those of you who are looking for an old-fashioned diner experience and wish to have a change from the go-to that is Saturn Cafe, you should most definitely visit this place that sells absolutely amazing milkshakes.
The food is worth its modest price with their meza and spanakopita being our favorite highlights.
Their Pedro’s Favorite Tri Tip Sandwich and mango smoothies will wrap you into a bundle of happy satisfaction. Fans of Berkeley’s Breads of India were ecstatic when the restaurant re-opened after being shuttered by a fire in September 2012.
And Coffee Conscious in Berkeley’s Westbrae neighborhood had a management change and began offering vegan-organic donuts from Pepples Donuts, vegan pastries and organic coffee. Not to mention his other Playa Cabanas and a Barrio Coreano in Koreatown, all bursting with major mood. Made up of mostly sharing plates, Cocina Economics menu is made up of items youve probably never seen or heard of before. Made up of mostly sharing plates, Cocina Economic's menu is made up of items you've probably never seen or heard of before. We at the Clog took a moment to pause and list places that are far underrated for the food experience they offer and those that deserve your attention.
Vacaville being Vacaville it was pretty hot, but he and his friends addressed that problem by carrying squirt guns. Coloso Coffee, serving Sightglass beans, opened in a quiet part of Uptown Oakland in May, and Modern Coffee opened a second location, on 19th Street, in August. It has a leg up on the beef being served with a stunning, if a tad salty, consomme with great depth of flavour.
But I don't think in my wildest design fantasies I could ever have come up with what Dave Sidhu has done with his mini empire of ethnic eateries.
It has a leg up on the beef being served with a stunning, if a tad salty, consommé with great depth of flavour.
Move over chicken soup cuz I can feel this concoctions healing properties right after the first sip. Move over chicken soup cuz I can feel this concoction's healing properties right after the first sip. In their place recipes from the home country, beginning with a generous trio of both hot and mild home made salsas with tostadas. Where most are crusty and overcooked, these deliver a creaminess and a truck load of taste.
But this watery concoction tastes just like cheap canned tuna topped with avocado and half a boiled egg. Perhaps not the most impressive looking plate, but, hey, what do I know about truly authentic Mexican home cooking? What is tremendous are the sides of home-baked tostadas topped with creamy beans and queso fresco that should be a stand-alone menu item.



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