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Paul Canales

  1. What to Eat
    Check Out the Menu at Duende, Now Open in OaklandThe new restaurant from former Oliveto chef Paul Canales opened last week after many delays.
  2. Openings
    At Long Last, Duende Opens Wednesday in OaklandPaul Canales’s big Oakland restaurant makes its debut.
  3. Previews
    Duende Hosting a Pre-Opening Event Tonight in OaklandChef-owner Paul Canales is aiming for a late December opening.
  4. Nonstaurants
    Preview Duende at an Underground Dinner In S.F. This WeekendIt’s pretty exclusive!
  5. Pre-Previews
    Paul Canales’s Oakland Project Gets a Name: DuendeIt means ‘a heightened spirit of emotion’ in Spanish.
  6. Pre-Previews
    Paul Canales’s Ambitious ‘Collision of Spaces’ Due By FallThe unnamed project *might* make it open by late summer.
  7. Pre-Previews
    New Paul Canales Place in Oakland May Include Wine Shop
  8. Pre-Previews
    Paul Canales to Open Large Restaurant in Historic Floral Depot Building inBut it won’t be Italian!
  9. Foodies With Benefits
    What You Missed at the Japan Benefit Dinner at Prospect Last SundaySee a food porn slideshow from Sunday’s benefit dinner.
  10. Chef Shuffle
    Updated: Oliveto Chef Paul Canales Takes His Leave to Open His Own Place inThe longtime chef at this Rockridge resto is opening something else in Oakland.
  11. Trends
    Goat: Coming Soon to a High-End Menu Near YouIn S.F., N.Y., Philly, and Chicago, goat is being embraced by chefs and diners, at least the slightly adventurous ones.
  12. The Food Chain
    North Pond’s Candied Beets Blow Paul Canales’s MindA creative beet salad impresses a California chef.
  13. The Food Chain
    Matt Greco Goes Wild for Oliveto’s Charcoal-Grilled SquabOliveto chef Paul Canales explains the secret of their local squab, which never leaves the menu.
  14. Beef
    Oliveto’s Review Rebuttal Calls Out Bauer’s MethodsAn Oliveto intern steps to the restaurant’s defense, questioning Michael Bauer’s methods.
  15. What to Eat
    Tasting Tomatoes with Oliveto’s ExpertsAs tomato season ramps up, Oliveto chefs taste ‘till it hurts.
  16. Trends
    SF Chefs Using Miso in Strange New WaysChefs embrace miso after junket to Japan.