Chilled noodles at Itani Ramen say Japanese summer.
While there are no official summer wines, certain types and varietals prove more apropos now.
Cuisine traditions converge nicely at the stunning Fourth Street newcomer Pompette, but the restaurant’s service is still finding its footing.
La Capilla dishes up lovely Mexican cuisine in a serene setting in West Berkeley.
Pisco, plantains, and other Peruviana star at Paradita Eatery.
Blue Lake green beans can’t be topped, especially in this salad from chef Paul Canales.
Seawolf Public House beckons with a smoky-sweet cocktail for summer.
Shepherd’s pie warms up Irish winters and Bay Area summers.
Cuteness, ramen, and udon reign at Yuzu Ramen & Broffee.
It’s time to study the summer brew that not only won’t go away, but also grows more popular, year after year.