Monday, November 30, 2020

Food

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Grocery store and cafe opens at San Pablo Library

A new grocery store and coffee shop with outdoor seating opened at the San Pablo Library on Dec. 18. On Thursday, Jan. 17, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony...
Hitting the sweet spot in Richmond

Hitting the sweet spot in Richmond

By Kathy Chouteau With the heart of the holiday season upon us, there’s no better time to cast stringent dietary goals aside and indulge in some heavenly sweet treats. As it happens, there’s no shortage of...
East Brother’s Resilience IPA bolsters Butte County fire relief

East Brother’s Resilience IPA bolsters Butte County fire relief

By Kathy Chouteau Turns out, beer really can help save the world. Anyone doubting the veracity of this statement should consider East Brother Beer Company’s recent release of the Resilience Butte County Proud IPA beer. On Thurs.,...
Mashallah Food Truck spices up local scene

Mashallah Food Truck spices up local scene

By Kathy Chouteau The Mashallah Halal Food Indian and Pakistani Food Truck recently rolled onto the streets and if its flavorfully spicy Indian and Pakistani dishes are any indication, it’s the hottest thing happening...
Taqueria La Bamba spotlights Mexican-El Salvadoran delights

Taqueria La Bamba spotlights Mexican-El Salvadoran delights

By Kathy Chouteau With its freshly painted, bright orange exterior, Taqueria La Bamba shines like a Mayan sun on San Pablo Avenue in Richmond. On a recent lunchtime visit to the Mexican-El Salvadoran fusion eatery, The...

Assemble serves up superb brunch and scenery

By Kathy Chouteau You’ve got to love a restaurant location that’s so perfectly situated, you can run, walk, bike, drive or even sail to it. When it comes to assembling at Richmond’s Assemble restaurant, situated...
Burgerim celebrates grand opening near Contra Costa College

Burgerim celebrates grand opening near Contra Costa College

JayVon Muhammad says she opened a Burgerim restaurant in her home town late last month because, frankly, it's needed. Muhammad is a vegetarian and hasn't been very enthused by her options when she joins friends...

Maya Taqueria serves up kitchen table-style experience

There’s a new Taqueria in town, and if our recent meal from there is any indication, you should consider sampling its tasty selections pronto. Tucked away in a little spot at 130 Railroad Ave. in...

Richmond Businesses Invited to Power Hour Business Breakfast

By Nick Deluca Richmond business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to a morning of networking at the monthly Power Hour Business Breakfast, sponsored by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Contra Costa County.     ...

R&R Coffee Meet & Greet unveils caffeinated cultural oasis

By Kathy Chouteau Tucked away in the Santa Fe neighborhood, a new little oasis has taken root — and it comes complete with an ample supply of caffeine, culture, croissants and warm hospitality. R&R Coffee’s recent...

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Richmond’s Gyuto Foundation takes Monday night meditations virtual

Buddhist monastery launches playground fundraiser

By Kathy Chouteau A Buddhist monastery in the Richmond hills has launched a fundraiser on Indiegogo to build a children’s playground on its picturesque land. Located...
Richmond police aim to curb side shows with tire-deflating technology

Richmond police hope tire-deflating technology will help curb side shows

The Richmond Police Department (RPD) aims to purchase 32 Stop Stick tire deflation devices to help address vehicle pursuits and frequent side shows in...
Richmond: 130 new youth coats distributed to families

Richmond: 130 new youth coats distributed to families

By Mike Kinney Local children in need received 130 new warm winter coats at a giveaway event on Saturday at the Bay Area Girls Club...