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Regional Chinese roundup 2.0

by hyperbowler 6 years ago

The Bay Area's Chinese food scene is evolving. Sichuan and Hunan cuisine continue to gain in popularity and we're finally getting access to foods from Shaanxi, Guilin, and northwestern China. To...

Crispian Bakery, Alameda

Ruth Lafler
by Ruth Lafler 5 years ago

Because one bakery on my corner isn't enough, now there are two! At 7:30 a.m. the sticky bun ($4.50) was warm from the oven. I usually find that sticky buns are better in theory than in practice, b...

"Mallowmars" at Crispian Bakery [Alameda]

Ruth Lafler
by Ruth Lafler 5 years ago

I know Mallowmars are one of those "cult" foods, but I've never quite understood why. While the concept seems good, the quality of the ingredients in the mass market product is so poor they always ...

Burma Superstar in East Bay - recent experiences?

by abstractpoet 6 years ago

Any thoughts on which of the Burma Superstars is serving better food these days, the Oakland or Alameda branch? Is one or the other easier to walk into, say, right when they open for dinner? (I oft...

Moving to North/East Bay

by PGvalerie 5 years ago

My husband has gotten a job offer in SF, and we are potentially moving our family out there over the summer. Husband's future office is near Union Square. We are looking at both the North Bay (S...

Alameda Island Brewing Company now open on Park St.

Ruth Lafler
by Ruth Lafler 5 years ago

Basically a brewery with an extensive tasting room, including some outdoor seating. No food (too bad, a brew pub would have been nice). Eight different beers on offer, by the glass, in a flight, or...

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