Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Food

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

Anh serves up elevated take on Vietnamese favorites

By Kathy Chouteau The scene? A business lunch on a Friday afternoon. The setting? A glorious fall day on Anh Vietnamese Kitchen’s outdoor patio overlooking the Richmond Marina. When this reporter and a colleague were in...

Eater SF calls tacos at 5 Richmond eateries ‘destination-worthy’

Richmond residents have long known that some of the region's best tacos are served in their city. They recently received more validation after the popular food bog, EaterSF, identified five establishments in Richmond as serving...

Backyard nano-brewery bustling in Richmond’s North & East

By Kathy Chouteau A big idea sparked during grad school at the University of San Francisco has evolved today into a bustling, woman-powered, backyard nano-brewery in Richmond’s North and East neighborhood. Michelle Baker, founder and owner...

East Brother Beer Co.’s ‘Bo Pils’ shines on national stage

A locally-made beer has swiftly gained national recognition. East Brother Beer Co.'s Bohemian-style Pilsner, Bo Pils, recently won the silver medal at the 33rd Great American Beer Festival, the country’s largest beer competition. Bo-Pils stood out...

Pizza Guys San Pablo’s new owner started as delivery driver 22 years ago

The Pizza Guys San Pablo has a new owner who started with the company as a delivery driver 22 years ago. Nick Luthra, who hails from Northern India, is hosting a grand opening (under new...

Baker from Hercules wins Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship

Karl Fong finally gets to talk about who won the Halloween Baking Championship on the Food Network. And yes, it's him! The baker from Hercules, who owns Vallejo-based Cakes by Karl, was declared the winner in...

Richmond chef takes fresh approach to farm-to-table

By Kathy Chouteau For Richmond Chef Rebecca Orengo McFarlane, the seeds from which her culinary career blossomed were planted by her parents during her childhood, via the garden they grew next to their family home...

2207 numbers among Richmond’s top take-out spots

By Kathy Chouteau A block away from the hustle & bustle of 23rd Street lies Richmond’s hottest new takeout joint, known simply by its ultra-chic, minimalist moniker, “2207.” The Cal-Asian eatery, which opened its doors in...

Aerial acrobatics pinnacle of panoramic pig roast

By Kathy Chouteau The Blue Angels airshow, BBQ eats, bluegrass music, a batting cage and beautiful weather combined to create an all-around memorable day on the bay Sat., Oct. 12, during the Riggers Loft Annual...

New Richmond commercial kitchen unveiled with beer, food pairing event

By Kathy Chouteau A “Beer & Food Pairing” Sat., Oct. 5, unveiled Bridge Storage and ArtSpace’s latest innovative offering for the Richmond community: The Bridge Kitchen and Commissary. The special event not only showcased the creative...

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Facing a projected $47.8 million budget deficit in the 2020-21 fiscal year, the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) held a community forum...

Secret’s out on Richmond’s new ninja gym

By Kathy Chouteau Traverse Fitness may have had a stealthy soft opening last month, but the secret is officially out about Richmond’s newest gym, thanks...

Salesian making history at state title game this Saturday

A team with just 23 players on its varsity roster, Salesian College Preparatory was reportedly predicted to go 5-5 this year. That prediction didn't...