We’ve always loved Fourth Street in Berkeley; its boutiques and restaurants evoke a European lane.
Tapping into the Pleasanton community with an array of local beers and wines, owner Peter Cedolini has transformed his slick Italian restaurant, Mangia Mi, into a no-attitude gastropub.
With portraits of James Joyce and Oscar Wilde adorning the walls, this cozy Irish pub inspires pleasure and profundity alike—take your pick.
With a name that means “everyone is welcome” in Italian, Benvenuti is the revamped version of Salvatore Ristorante.
With the opening of The Banks Vault, which features a retail cellar in a century-old backroom vault, Livermore adds to its reputation as a wine and craft beer destination.
When seated at a plush corner booth near a guitarist’s soothing music, it’s easy to fall under the spell of what has become almost quaint—a fine-dining experience.
Tasty sandwiches and and grain bowls are a must-try!