He'll be opening his fourth venture, probably next year, at 41st and Broadway.
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Chad Robertson tells the tale.
The Pizzaiolo/Boot & Shoe owner has another non-pizza restaurant planned for a space across the street from Boot & Shoe on Grand Avenue.
It's no longer just a rumor.
They all unanimously love Zarzuela.
This rumor comes on the heels of Boot & Shoe's cafe expansion in Oakland.
Don't count on a Pizzaiolo-influenced menu at Place Pigalle... just yet.
Also, they're going to star opening up at noon.
A new listicle from F&W.
Places like Zero Zero have given in and started taking them.
The owner's taken the lease on the next door Cafe DiBartolo space.
The visiting team took it, folks. Game, set, match. But things got a bit too crowded to savor the nuances.
The Oakland pizza chef wants to make love to you, through pizza.
The notoriously "cerebral" chef talks about his upcoming casual concept in Oakland.
Our nation of "split-shot soy mocha latte with sugar-free vanilla, light foam" orderers are making life difficult for chefs.
• Right on schedule, and in keeping with his enduring, passionate love for pizza, Michael Bauer files his review of Oakland's Boot and Shoe Service, the spinoff of Charlie Hallowell's successful Pizzaiolo. He says the food, to which he gives...
• Chez Panisse alum Samin Nosrat discusses the anatomy of her Bakesale for Haiti, which went down simultaneously outside Pizzaiolo, Bi-Rite, and Gioia in Berkeley. [The Atlantic] • The winner at last weekend's punch contest at Omnivore Books? Something called...
From Commis to Camino, Oakland truly came into its own as a dining haven in '09.
A pizzaiolo with both Grimaldi's and Pizza Hut on his resume will replicate coal-fired pies.