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November 2017

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A Delicious Education

At these East Bay cooking schools, you can improve your skills in the kitchen, learn some new recipes, or just have a fun night out with family and friends.

Stay Local, Eat Global

From high-end Peruvian cuisine to traditional Ethiopian eats, the world’s best flavors shine in our international restaurant guide to the East Bay.

Spice Odyssey

The subtle aromas and bold flavors of world spices often inspire creativity in the kitchen, which was a driving factor behind John Beaver and Erica Perez’s decision to open Oaktown Spice Shop.
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Revamp of Public Market Emeryville

The oldest continuously running food hall in the Bay Area, Public Market Emeryville is getting a massive upgrade, with farm-to-table vendors, monthly events, and an emerging nightlife scene.
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Speak of the Devil

East Bay's Wild Mushrooms

Forage for wild mushrooms in the regional forests.

Trending: What’s Hot, What’s Not

See the latest East Bay food trends.

Meet: Oakland's Clove and Hoof

Restaurateurs John Blevins and Analiesa Gosnell bring the whole animal to the table at Oakland’s Clove and Hoof.

East Bay Food Tours

Explore the East Bay’s flavorful neighborhoods with Local Food Adventures.

Top November Events in the East Bay

Theater, music, and Napa Valley Film Festival; Macy's Tree Lighting; and more fun events.

One Fine Day: Spirits Alley in Alameda

Sip locally crafted wines, brews, and distilled beverages while taking in the views at Spirits Alley in Alameda.
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Food Scene

Cheap Eats: Chick’n Rice

New: Moroccan Palace Restaurant

With its luxurious textures, intoxicating spices, and savory tagines, Moroccan cuisine is divine.

New: Aviation Rooftop Bar and Kitchen

While a cool, early October grand opening precluded this rooftop patio restaurant from being the summer blockbuster of 2017, Aviation is headed for cult status.

New: Barranco

Chef Carlos Altamirano—the gentle, Michelin-starred chef whose Walnut Creek restaurant, Parada, started the Peruvian explosion in 2015—has done it again.
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Web Extras

Know Your Noodles

Top Turkey Day Tips


Food on Wheels

Eat Like a Spaniard

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