It’s not wine.
Carlos Altamirano has been busy in the East Bay these this year. Only two months after announcing Paradita, his fast-casual, Peruvian street food spot in Emeryville, Altamirano has announced a new project: Barranco, a full-service Peruvian restaurant opening this summer in Lafayette’s commercial district.
Le Colonial, which has been open 19 years, is again worth a visit
Fusebox, the Korean Fusion spot tucked away in West Oakland, will close its doors for good on Sunday, April 23. The restaurant’s co-owner Ellen Change announced the news yesterday via email.
Weed beer: It was bound to happen sooner or later. SoMa’s Black Hammer Brewing today releases a new brew, Toke Back Mountain, which it believes is the first cannabis beer commercially released in California. The IPA is brewed with some familiar ingredients — Amarillo, Centennial, Mosaic and Simcoe hops — and some less-familiar ones: hemp-derived…
Juan Contreras channels his heritage and creates a dessert menu that looks to the Mayan culture.
After decades in the restaurant industry, mostly working his way through the world of fine dining, Ron Siegel is finally flying solo. The veteran told Inside Scoop he plans to open a dinner-service only restaurant in San Anselmo called Madcap (198 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.) in the former Lincoln Park Wine Bar space.
Can’t get enough of the Unicorn Frappuccino? Then there’s another super-sweet secret menu item you may want to try.
Rooh is the third creative Indian restaurant to open in the last few months
Here’s what’s happening in the beer world this week.