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Hooked on a Feeling at Feel Good Kitchen

Successful baker takes his talents to new heights.

Finding Farofa at Galeto Brazilian Grill

Sometimes, out of the blue, something enters your mouth that you’ve never tasted before and of which you’ve never heard.

Pecan-fectionary

October is the season for fresh pecans, but they aren’t easy to find at local farmers’ markets.

Dining Updates in October

Eating our way around Alameda, Berkeley, Chinatown, and Jack London Square.

Iconic Bacon and Eggs at Ole's

In classic Americana, breakfast was revered as the most important meal of the day, and no other member of the Americana’s breakfast lexicon is more iconic than a plate of eggs, bacon, and toast with a steaming cup o’ joe. At Ole’s Waffle Shop in Alameda, they call this combination an Early Bird Breakfast ($8.25), and for less than $10, breakfast is more than what’s on the plate.

Pecan-fectionary

October is the season for fresh pecans, but they aren’t easy to find at local farmers’ markets.

Iconic Bacon and Eggs at Ole's

In classic Americana, breakfast was revered as the most important meal of the day, and no other member of the Americana’s breakfast lexicon is more iconic than a plate of eggs, bacon, and toast with a steaming cup o’ joe. At Ole’s Waffle Shop in Alameda, they call this combination an Early Bird Breakfast ($8.25), and for less than $10, breakfast is more than what’s on the plate.

Finding Farofa at Galeto Brazilian Grill

Sometimes, out of the blue, something enters your mouth that you’ve never tasted before and of which you’ve never heard.

Dining Updates in October

Eating our way around Alameda, Berkeley, Chinatown, and Jack London Square.

alaMar Docks In Uptown

Saucy fingers flecked with herbs and crayfish mustard tear the slippery abdomen from the carapace, the pink flesh taking a dunk in Meyer lemon pepper sauce before lips close around it, slurping the dripping sauce off fingertips. Sure, you could use utensils, but dining at alaMar should be, as co-owner and Chef Nelson German describes it, a "nitty, gritty style of eating."