Tuesday, November 24, 2020

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Bridge’s Foodhall Fridays offer up freshly prepped food, live music & more

Bridge’s Foodhall Fridays offer up freshly prepped food, live music

By Kathy Chouteau Locals looking to get their weekend started off right might consider stopping by Bridge Storage and ArtSpace on Fridays, when the creative compound hosts its “Foodhall Fridays.” The food-centric offering, which runs every...
Pizzeria extends tasty offer to frontline COVID-19 workers

El Sobrante eatery holding ‘free pizza for a year’ contest

Chicago's Pizza with a Twist in El Sobrante is holding a contest that will give customers "free pizza for a year." How it works: Those who spend $50 or more on a single order will...

Yelp names East Brother Beer among Bay Area’s top 25 breweries

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s East Brother Beer Company has made Yelp’s list of the “Top 25 Bay Area Breweries.” Yelp announced the news in a blog post which included a list of the platform’s highest-rated breweries...
Contra Costa College’s Aqua Terra Grill fired up for business

Contra Costa College’s Aqua Terra Grill fired up for business

By Kathy Chouteau Fancy some Crisp Shrimp with Tomato & Sweet Basil Salad? Or maybe some Beef Short Rib with Root Vegetables and Mashed Potatoes is a little more up your alley. Whatever your pleasure,...
Black Star Pirate BBQ docks at Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor

Black Star Pirate BBQ docks at Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor

By Mike Kinney BBQ beef brisket cooked for 14 hours, spare ribs in which the meat falls right off the bone and candied sweet potatoes are now all mainstays at Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor...
Bridge Commissary Kitchen offers special for essential workers Fridays

Bridge Commissary Kitchen offers special for essential workers Fridays

By Kathy Chouteau Bridge Commissary Kitchen is serving up some foodie love for essential workers via a special offer just for them every Friday through the end of 2020. During “Essential Worker Appreciation Fridays” from 2-6...
Same as in WWII, Richmond home front supports front line

WCCUSD to resume free meals for all youth, no school ID required

The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) announced Monday it will resume the program that provides free meals to students at 15 school locations throughout the district, regardless of whether they qualify for...
Royal Family Kitchen delivers 'urban food for the soul'

Royal Family Kitchen delivers ‘urban food for the soul’

By Kathy Chouteau A Richmond native is finally realizing her dream to open a food business and she’s hitting the ground running with some tantalizing menu offerings for this weekend that are fit for a...
Roux in downtown Richmond to reopen for curbside service

Roux in downtown Richmond to reopen for curbside pick-up

A delish food option is returning to downtown Richmond.   Roux, the eatery serving southern-style delights with a California twist, is set to reopen this weekend for pre-order and curbside pickup.   We learned this after the Richmond...
Drive Up Dinner for a Cause

Drive Up Dinner for a Cause to support local youth

By Kathy Chouteau The West Contra Costa Salesian Boys & Girls Club is offering an appetizing opportunity to enjoy dinner while also supporting the youth participating in its programs. As part of the organization’s “Drive Up...

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Bay Area Rescue Mission gives ‘boxes of hope’ to people in need

Bay Area Rescue Mission gives ‘boxes of hope’ to people in need

By Kathy Chouteau They’re called “boxes of hope,” and by the looks on the faces of the people receiving them, they deliver precisely what they...
Plans for former San Pablo City Hall draw concern from museum officials

Museum officials concerned about planned sale of former San Pablo City Hall property

By Mike Kinney Future development plans for the 4.64-acre former San Pablo City Hall property at San Pablo Avenue and Church Lane have drawn concern...
East Bay ‘Battle of the Mayors’ aims to garner Census responses

Oakland edges Richmond in Census challenge, but really both cities win

Oakland may have edged Richmond in a friendly competition to see which city could get more residents to complete the 2020 Census. But in...