Also, Chubby Noodle is expanding to the Marina.
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Partners Eric Fenster, Ari Derfel and chef Sean Baker (who lives in S.F.) will be opening a smaller version of Gather, with more cocktails and a different name.
Sean Baker of Berkeley's Gather, who was Esquire Magazine's "Chef of the Year 2010," is set to host a Biodynamic Roundtable at David Brower Center (2150 Allston Way, Berkeley) on July 12th. Baker will be pairing six special small plates...
Like real charcuterie, the stuff pairs well with cocktails too.
Also, Mikhail Baryshnikov is a fan of Gather in Berkeley.
Though the Bay Area dominates in the California region, L.A.'s Michael Voltaggio is most likely to win this popularity contest.
A new chef-centric site called Toqueland recently launched, and today they bring us a Toqueland Ten list of favorite ingredients from Gather chef Sean Baker. Among them: seaweed, bitter greens, and of course, pork. See also this earlier list from...
It's actually shaved parsnip, FYI.
He returns only to find the menu shorter, the service a little better, still: 2.5 stars.
How many lists does that make for 2010, guys?
The young chef is praised once again for his vegan "charcuterie."
"It takes a lot more skill to cook good vegan food than it does to throw meat and vegetables on a plate." - Sean Baker, executive chef at Gather.
In an interview about Berkeley food, they somehow manage to leave out Alice Waters.
Bauer Loves the Gamey Goat Soup at Gather; Kauffman Likes the Beer Better Than the Pizza at Delarosa
• Michael Bauer, who we've newly discovered is a big goat fan, dotes on the goat soup, the goat belly pizza, the vegan charcuterie platter, and the deep-fried cardoons at Gather in Berkeley. [Chron]...
In what may become a new, semi-regular feature on his blog, Michael Bauer gives some extra-special applause to five dishes he's loved in the last few months, including the chicken with savory bread pudding at Frances, tempura cardoons at Gather...