East Bay Food & Drink
Take a bite out of history and journey to discover some of the Bay Area’s oldest roadhouses and restaurants, many that have been in business since before the 1900’s.
CBS SF partnered with the East Bay’s Diablo Magazine and found some beautiful, unique and exhilarating places to visit on your next visit. We’ll take you all over the Bay Area to wonderful places that you can enjoy with your “amore.”
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the best places in the nation to experience cuisines from around the world thanks to the region’s large multicultural population. Neighborhood bakeries, snack carts, ice cream shops and more serve a wide range of authentic satisfying sweets and treats.
When the papers are written and the exams completed, bottle or can is the only question spring breakers need to answer. This is a rite of passage students relish, so tap the keg, uncork the bottle and get down at these stellar San Francisco spring break spots.
If your preferred way to honor the Irish is pipers, green beer and corned beef with cabbage, say “top o’ the day” at these fine East Bay establishments
Burrito lovers are like fingerprints – no two are alike. It’s never a big detail that divides you on where to go for Mexican food, just enough small ones that leave lasting impressions.
Feeling the effects of over-indulging the night before? Try a headache-soothing Bloody Mary at one of these great Oakland venues to kick-start a productive day.
The days of free food spreads luring our beleaguered workforce into watering holes are quickly disappearing. Fortunately, Eye on the Bay’s Liam Mayclem has scouted spots that still offer a bite to eat for the after work crowd.
Take a sweet journey through the entire Bay Area and uncover classic desserts that have been around for generations. From North Beach’s traditional Italian pastries to a vintage soda fountain in Danville, your sweettooth will thank you. (But maybe not your waistline.)