When I’m handed the menu in Zaki Kabob House, a cozy Middle Eastern restaurant on the Berkeley-Albany border, its pages of photographs, resembling a family scrapbook, pique my interest.
You’re going to need a strong foundation for a day of beer and bicycling, so I recommend starting off with a hearty breakfast at the Oakland Grill at Third and Franklin.
Kudos for a New Dining Concept
We decided to catch up with Geideman, 42, a Bay Area native who graduated from Berkeley High School, and ask him about that chicken, and a few other things.
Roussillon is blessed — for wines anyways — by great weather, strong winds and poor soils.
Bar Trekking is urban walking or biking with drinking destinations, a little more physical than a pub crawl or bar hop.
Where One-Pot Comfort Food Meets Molecular Gastronomy
There are times when restaurants go the extra mile to make service flawless, when every need is not only met, but anticipated and exceeded.
Heaping bowls of onions, tomatoes, lemons and shiny green jalapenos dominate the wooden tables, while the key ingredients — powdered brown and red spice blends — wait quietly in smaller containers.