Businesses in Oakland anticipated another chaotic night in the Uptown District, as the streets were bustling with Oakland First Fridays vendors and visitors.
Tsar Nicoulai Caviar, a Northern California producer of sustainably farmed caviar with a San Francisco caviar cafe has been targeted by anti-Russian harassment in recent weeks. While Tsar Nicoulai sounds Russian, it's not.
The Oakland City Council is likely going to roll back the city's proof of vaccination requirement that's in place for most indoor settings, such as restaurants, bars, gyms, and other businesses. At the same time, the revised ordinance would impose a mask mandate at indoor facilities with more than 1,000 people.
The Los Altos farmer's market kicked off Thursday evening, a seasonal tradition that's attracting a bigger crowd, thanks to a vibrant new food scene that's emerged in downtown Los Altos.
Alioto's on Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco announced it is closing for good. It closed during the pandemic, and will never reopen, according to the owners.
Anne Le Ziblatt and Ervan Lim from the Warung Siska restaurant in Redwood City joined Mornings on 2 The Nine to talk about the struggles of opening a new restaurant during the pandemic.
An early morning fire destroyed The Red Caboose Restaurant in Antioch on Monday. The restaurant owners said their staff is heartbroken.
Owners of Benkyodo announced they will be closing their doors March 31. The sweet shop is the oldest business in SF's Japantown.
Due to its long lines that jam up traffic, officials have given a Southern California Chick-fil-A 90 days to present traffic solutions.
The founder of The French Laundry in Napa Valley, has died.
The well-known Berkeley restaurant, Chez Panissee, will reopen its dining room on March 8 after closing its indoor dining services for 2 years.
With Valentine's Day approaching, Bay Area florists are working overtime, and many restaurants are booking up. Restaurants say they are hoping for a busy long weekend of dining, with Valentine's Day falling on a Monday.
A Phoenix restaurant owner is criticizing what he calls a "dirty move," after another restaurant managed to poach almost all staff members, prompting the restaurant to close its doors since Thanksgiving.
A beloved Berkeley diner, shuttered last month amid the strain of the COVID-19 pandemic, is getting a second chance. The new owners, made up of seven former managers and workers, say they’ll be dropping the name Bette, from Bette's Oceanview Diner, but keeping everything else the same.
It's fair to say that curbside eating platforms known as parklets, saved a lot of restaurants from going under. The question is: are parklets here to stay or a passing pandemic accommodation?.
Two San Francisco restaurants are among the first in the city to require proof of a booster for patrons dining inside. It was back in August that San Francisco became the first major city to restrict indoor dining to vaccinated patrons.
Waitress Dolores Jeanpierre retired from serving customers at Ole's Waffle Shop after 42 years.
Lumpy's Diner has reopened after being closed for failing to comply with COVID safety protocol.
After being hit hard during the pandemic and losing thousands, Oakland's Oliveto has announced they will be shutting their doors after 35 years.
A Pleasant Hill In-N-Out Burger restaurant was shut down Tuesday for repeatedly violating the county's COVID health orders, public health officials confirmed.