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Oakland

  1. the grub street diet
    John Birdsall Knows Salsa Can Save Sous-Vide Turkey“There’s a lesson here … that the Mexican market can save a fearsome load of aspirational tech protein from blandness and, ultimately, despair.”
  2. Chef Reem Assil Combines ‘California Hippie’ With Palestinian Cuisine“The word authenticity is a silly thing, because my food is authentic to me.”
  3. soda taxes
    Voters Decisively Passed Soda Taxes in 4 More U.S. CitiesSugary drinks took a big hit in the Bay Area and Boulder.
  4. soda taxes
    Michael Bloomberg Has Reportedly Spent $18 Million Supporting a Soda TaxHe’s almost dropped as much as the entire soda industry.
  5. Whoppers
    California Burger King Operator Proudly Identifies With Occupy Movement“This Burger King Owner IS the 99%!!!,” says the owner of this Burger King.
  6. Hamburger Helpers
    Uber Tested Burger Delivery Service Yesterday in OaklandUsers summoned Doc’s cheeseburgers for two with the click of a button.
  7. Lawsuits
    Legal Beef: In-N-Out Burger Accused of Discriminatory Hiring PracticesBut the litigation-happy chain, whose vice-president is also its general counsel, is not about to take this lying down.
  8. Mediavore
    Ludo Unveils LudoBites Cookbook; Lee Baca Under Fire for Lending CountyThe Sheriff is accused of offering the vehicles to a group of cronies, including the owner of Mister V’s Bar and Grill.
  9. Coming Soon
    Hermosa Beach’s Abigaile Pulls Max DiMare From Wood Tavern in OaklandAnother San Francisco chef is flying south this winter.
  10. Openings
    What to Eat at Haven, Opening Today in OaklandChicken and farro; quail and quinoa.
  11. Mediavore
    Oakland Cops Cite Poor Food Storage as Occupy Alibi; Tap Water’s Having a MomentPolice in Oakland defend their actions by alleging a rat infestation.
  12. Openings
    Rumbo al Sur, Sibling to A Cote, Opening SoonOpening date closes in for A Cote’s pan-Latin offshoot.
  13. Previews
    Patterson Dishes on Plum, Set to Debut Next WeekPlum Opening Date and Menu Particulars Announced
  14. Coming Soon
    Break Room Cafe and Short Stop Market Headed to Studio CityThe lunch spot will take over for New York, NY Fresh Deli.
  15. Endangered
    Neldam’s Bakery Wishes Oakland Loved It TooThe 81-year-old bakery hasn’t been shown the love that 58-year-old Merritt Bakery has.
  16. At the Movies
    Fenton’s Finds Fame and Sales in Up CameoAn Oscar nomination should be good for ice cream sales.
  17. Openings
    2009: The Year Oakland Leapt Onto the Foodie RadarFrom Commis to Camino, Oakland truly came into its own as a dining haven in ‘09.
  18. Closings
    Kerry House to Close, Change OwnersBeloved bar for old drunks and college students will soon get a new identity.
  19. Mediavore
    SF’s Hometown Cocktail; Drilling for Antarctic Scotch
  20. Mediavore
    Pelosi Bill to Extend Menu Labeling; Honey Harvest Plummets
  21. Mediavore
    Oakland on the Upswing; Reichl Snubs Gourmet Party
  22. Videofeed
    Dance Protest Hits Oakland Whole FoodsActivists call out Whole Foods CEO John Mackey for his stance on health care, to the tune of “Hey Mickey.”
  23. Mediavore
    Wine Merger Canceled; Cupcakes Hit the Middle East
  24. Booze News
    Oakland a Brew-Town Once MoreNew production brewery shoots big in once-great beer city.
  25. Openings
    Pan-American Bocanova Opens in Jack London SquareNew restaurant takes inspiration from Chile through California.
  26. Foodienomics
    Oakland to Generate Power from Food ScrapsOakland methane digestion program will start partially powering the city next year.
  27. Mediavore
    Oakland Taco Bell Robbed; Boitano Makes a Splash
  28. What to Eat
    Advice From the Experts: The Best Tomatoes of 2009Our expert shares the hits and misses of this year’s staff tasting.
  29. Mediavore
    Kingfish Saved; Recession Specials Working
  30. Previews
    Peek Inside Oakland’s Lake ChaletNew restaurant is huge and boat-friendly.