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Finding Farofa at Galeto Brazilian Grill

Sometimes, out of the blue, something enters your mouth that you’ve never tasted before and of which you’ve never heard.

Dining Updates in October

Eating our way around Alameda, Berkeley, Chinatown, and Jack London Square.

alaMar Docks In Uptown

Saucy fingers flecked with herbs and crayfish mustard tear the slippery abdomen from the carapace, the pink flesh taking a dunk in Meyer lemon pepper sauce before lips close around it, slurping the dripping sauce off fingertips. Sure, you could use utensils, but dining at alaMar should be, as co-owner and Chef Nelson German describes it, a "nitty, gritty style of eating."

Cholita Linda Sets Up Permanent Home

There are few places in Oakland that make you feel as though you’ve journeyed to a tropical beach town where the sun is shining on your shoulders and your cares are miles behind. But such is the way with the Latin American mercado-inspired Cholita Linda, a taco haven nestled in the Temescal district near 51st Street.

Tis the Season for Heirloom Charentais Cantaloupes

Cantaloupes are still met with skepticism, even at farmers’ markets, perhaps due to years of eating insipid supermarket specimens. But at many market stalls, skepticism fades after a bite of Charentais melon, an heirloom cantaloupe.

Justin Mi and His Lobsta Truck

What if all the food gods got together and staged a succulence contest? Patterned after a beauty pageant, it would pit against each other the tenderest morsels of land, sea, and sky, seeking the single sweet or savory that explodes between the teeth most effortlessly and most exquisitely, making even the steeliest diners stifle helpless, open-throated moans.

Recently Visited Restaurants

Dining out in Berkeley, Temescal, Grand Lake, and Uptown

Justin Mi and His Lobsta Truck

What if all the food gods got together and staged a succulence contest? Patterned after a beauty pageant, it would pit against each other the tenderest morsels of land, sea, and sky, seeking the single sweet or savory that explodes between the teeth most effortlessly and most exquisitely, making even the steeliest diners stifle helpless, open-throated moans.

Cholita Linda Sets Up Permanent Home

There are few places in Oakland that make you feel as though you’ve journeyed to a tropical beach town where the sun is shining on your shoulders and your cares are miles behind. But such is the way with the Latin American mercado-inspired Cholita Linda, a taco haven nestled in the Temescal district near 51st Street.

alaMar Docks In Uptown

Saucy fingers flecked with herbs and crayfish mustard tear the slippery abdomen from the carapace, the pink flesh taking a dunk in Meyer lemon pepper sauce before lips close around it, slurping the dripping sauce off fingertips. Sure, you could use utensils, but dining at alaMar should be, as co-owner and Chef Nelson German describes it, a "nitty, gritty style of eating."