Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Food

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Roma Caffe and Bar opens in Point Richmond

Roma Caffé and Bar welcomed to Point Richmond

Point Richmond has a new cafe. Local and family-owned Roma Caffé and Bar opened in March and currently serves coffee, breakfast and lunch, and will soon be serving wine and craft beer, according to...
Richmond's East Brother Beer expands into Texas

Richmond’s East Brother Beer expands into Texas

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s East Brother Beer Company has announced that it has expanded its distribution to Texas. The brewery’s lineup of core classics, coupled with its small batch seasonal releases, are now available in restaurants,...
First-ever wine bar coming to The Point?

First-ever wine bar coming to The Point?

By Kathy Chouteau Point Richmond may be getting its first-ever wine bar. On Thurs., May 6, the City of Richmond’s Planning Commission is set to review an application from Marlina Miller—identified in an Agenda Report...
Antique John Deere engine powers free ‘Ice Cream Social’

Antique John Deere engine powers free ‘Ice Cream Social’

By Kathy Chouteau How do some free ice cream and a little socialization sound after hibernating for more than a year? Emmett Zediker of Emmett’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream is planning this sweet treat for...
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Cheers in order for San Pablo taqueria

A taqueria that's been operating since last year at the location formerly occupied by Weinerschnitzel in San Pablo received approval Monday to sell beer and wine, which the owner says will help his business...
Foodie treasure at Point San Pablo Harbor no longer hidden

Foodie treasure at Point San Pablo Harbor no longer hidden

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s pirates have stolen the hearts of the masses, judging by their rave reviews and the long line of patrons waiting outside their door. Black Star Pirate BBQ, the city’s newest foodie...
East Brother Beer Co. releases 2021 ‘G.O.A.T.’

East Brother Beer Co. releases 2021 ‘G.O.A.T.’

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s East Brother Beer Co. is welcoming the local beer-drinking community to “get your G.O.A.T. before it’s gone,” namely its 2021 Maibock, which they tout as deserving its place among the Greatest...
Bridge Kitchen opens for indoor dining with pop-up chefs

Bridge Kitchen opens for indoor dining with pop-up chefs

By Kathy Chouteau Bridge Kitchen—which hosts an alternating lineup of chef pop-up menus Monday through Friday via its Food Hall—has opened up indoor dining at its home at Bridge Storage and ArtSpace’s creative compound at...
Former Terrapin Crossroads chef launches new Richmond bistro

Former Terrapin Crossroads chef launches new Richmond bistro

By Kathy Chouteau Some might be daunted at the prospect of launching a new restaurant amid a pandemic. But backed by 20 years of culinary experience—much of which has been spent as the head chef...
New Richmond café serves people their daily nutritional fix

New Richmond café serves people their daily nutritional fix

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond native Veronica Ornelas is on a mission to give her hometown a host of healthier nutritional options with the launch of her healthy café, The Daily Fix Nutrition. The new business,...

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Happy Lot Farm & Garden to unveil new treasures at its urban oasis

By Kathy Chouteau The Happy Lot Farm & Garden, a formerly blighted lot that’s been transformed into a place where neighbors can grow organic food...
San Pablo police seek leads in murder of Shawn Anthony Tillis

San Pablo police seek leads in murder of Shawn Anthony Tillis

Just over one year after his murder, San Pablo police released a plea to the public on Tuesday to help find those responsible. Tillis, 27,...
WCCUSD tentative deal with union reduces class sizes, increases counselors

WCCUSD tentative deal with union reduces class sizes, increases counselors

A tentative one-year labor agreement reached Monday between the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) and its teachers union would restore cuts made...