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Food

We’ve got you covered for food-related news in Richmond, CA, including new restaurants and tasty events!

Food vendors needed for Chevron Richmond Refinery Modernization Project

Tortas Azteca extra busy with Richmond Refinery Modernization

A lot of Richmond residents drive up and down the Richmond Parkway searching for the Tortas Azteca food truck, which despite its existence in the city for 14 years isn't always easy to find. There's...
Cinco de Mayo celebrations returning to Richmond, San Pablo this weekend

Cinco de Mayo celebrations returning to Richmond, San Pablo this weekend

Get ready for another weekend packed to the brim with Cinco de Mayo festivities in the Richmond and San Pablo communities. The fun begins Saturday, May 6, with the 12th Annual Peace & Unity Parade...
Freshest Cargo Mobile Farmers' Market returns to San Pablo May 1

Mobile farmers’ market returns to San Pablo May 1

The Freshest Cargo Mobile Farmers’ Market returns to San Pablo beginning on Monday, May 1. The “farmers’ market on wheels” sells produce from local farmers at affordable prices. Freshest Cargo will turn up in San Pablo...
Your Way Pizza opens at Macdonald Ave. and 15th St.

Your Way Pizza opens at Macdonald Ave. and 15th St.

As promised, Your Way Pizza at 15th Street and Macdonald Avenue officially opened Thursday at 11 a.m. The spacious, family-owned business promising to make pizza "your way" is operated by Bryan Rivas, his brother Eliezer...
Ocotes Grill grand opening event set for June 5

San Pablo council approves new eatery’s beer, wine permit

San Pablo council on Monday unanimously approved Ocotes Grill's permit to sell beer and wine, with members calling the new restaurant an example of the city's increasing livability. A ribbon-cutting date for the restaurant at...

‘Heavenly’ coffee shop opens in Richmond

by Mike Kinney A Richmond church has caught on to the coffee shop craze. On Easter Sunday, April 16, the St. Luke's United Methodist Church at 32nd Street and Barrett Avenue reportedly opened the Holy Spirit...
Food Emporium's spring kickoff set for Apr. 30

Food Emporium’s spring kickoff set for Sunday, Apr. 30

The volunteer-run Food Emporium, Richmond’s very own version of Off the Grid, returns to Hilltop Lake Park for its spring kickoff on Sunday, Apr. 30 from noon to 3 p.m. The evolving Food Emporium was...
A ‘Taste of Richmond’ at Riggers Loft Winery tomorrow

Wine wisdom from Richmond’s Riggers Loft

By Zach Chouteau For the newest edition of the ‘Rich Life’ we headed to end of the Canal Boulevard in Point Richmond to the winery and unique tasting room known as Riggers Loft Wine Company. While...

New edible garden in Parchester Village to have lasting impact

Richmond’s Parchester Village is known as a food desert for its relative lack of access to healthy options. But an effort by a couple of clever do-gooders in the community aims to provide a little...
San Pablo church invites community to free Easter egg hunt ,BBQ

San Pablo church invites community to Easter egg hunt, BBQ

Hope for the Bay Church in San Pablo is inviting the community to its annual Easter Sunday service, egg hunt and family-fun event this weekend. The event kicks off at 10 a.m. Sunday with Café...

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Four Brothers Moving Solutions a West County asset

Four Brothers Moving Solutions is a fitting name for a West County company run by a longtime local family who truly understand what it...
El Cerrito High coach, athletic director George Austin dies

El Cerrito High coach, athletic director George Austin dies

The community is in mourning following the death of El Cerrito High football coach and athletic director George Austin. The cause of Austin's death, or...
Gayle McLaughlin quits Richmond council to run for lieutenant governor

Gayle McLaughlin quits Richmond council to run for lieutenant governor

Richmond has struggled annually to balance its budget and to keep up with potholes, graffiti and litter amid a 20-percent reduction in city staff...