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Diablo Dish: Jack London Square Heats Up with More Food and Wine

Dosa’s delish Indian cuisine comes to Walnut Creek; another Vitality Bowls opens in the East Bay; Sauced hosts a winery pop-up; plus, wine and food trucks in Livermore.

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Diablo Dish: Chevalier Chef Coming to MoMo’s

Dos Coyotes opens a second East Bay location; Home/Made Kitchen closes; hop aboard the Livermore Wine Trolley; and enjoy a dinner with sherry pairings in Berkeley.

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First Bite: Chez Panisse Still Wants to Have Fun

A special holiday menu celebrates Mexico.

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Diablo Dish: Four Restaurants Open in the East Bay

Walnut Creek Yacht Club celebrates 20 years; Ayesha Curry is at it again; and a free art and wine festival in Walnut Creek.

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More >> New Dining Listings

New: The Banks Vault

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.

Update: Postino

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.

New: The Wolf

The Wolf invokes reincarnation.

Cheap Eats: Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches

Tasty sandwiches and and grain bowls are a must-try!

New: MoMo’s

MoMo’s is to McCovey’s restaurant (which it displaced) as AT&T Park is to Candlestick Park—it’s warmer, sleeker, and offers better food.
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More >> Food News

The Wolf Restaurant is Open in Oakland

Piedmont has a venerable new kid on the block.

Must-Try Ice Cream Treats in the East Bay

Taste the new-fangled treats at these dessert shops.

Walnut Creek Yacht Club

The beloved restaurant turns 20, and is better than ever.

Tequila-Infused Tcho Chocolates

On Cinco de Mayo, add this specialty chocolate to your celebration.

Meet the CEO of Urban Remedy

Here’s the scoop on why the organic food company set up shop in the East Bay