The ETA is still unclear.
Also, Artesano is on the way to Laurel Heights.
Also, Su Dam in Los Altos gets the Bargain Bites treatment.
Well, here's a cuisine we don't have well represented in the Bay Area: Lithuanian. Today we note that something called Mama Papa Lithuania is opening in Alameda at 1241 Park Street, in the former Woori Market space. The owner is...
It replaces Dancing Pig, in what was also formerly Nirvana.
It's at the corner of Mason and Pacific, you see.
It's a project from longtime Perbacco wine director Claudio Villani, who's now left the restaurant.
Also: a list of breakfast spots in the FiDi.
There's a Kickstarter campaign now seeking $30,000.
It's a new venture from the owners of The Stinking Rose, and former owners of Boboquivari's.
After some delays, it's coming to Ivy Street.
Also, Scott Howard pops up in Tiburon.
The well loved downtown Oakland spot will get a second location by winter.
They just need Planning approval.
And a look at Oakland's Chinatown.
It's a beer and burger spot from the owners of Alameda's Hobnob.
It's taking over the former Peking Palace.
It's in a historic building at 42nd and Broadway.
It's going into the former El Delfin space.