“Pretty unassuming place that doubles as a bakery. They make their own tortillas, have a long breakfast menu and don’t shy on the spice. Order the tacos dorados, they grill mold 2 homemade tortillas together like a Venn diagram so that they make one long taco shell, it reminds of the long forgotten Taco Bell Grande.” — FAN
“Berkeley City Club – designed by Julia Morgan, first woman licensed as an architect in California. The space serves as a bunch of things but it’s nice to just go walk around and grab a coffee.” — FAN
“They’ve been going strong for 25+ years since it was a guy at a table in an Indian grocery store serving pani puris. It stopped being a well-kept secret years ago, but the food is still as delicious as ever. Get the Chole Bhatura – a giant sphere of puffy floppy deep fried goodness!” — The Seshen
“The House of Curries on College, we always go here when we get back from tour. It’s cheap, the people are nice and the food is delicious.” — Sugar Candy Mountain
Landmark former speakeasy now serving classic comfort breakfast food and diner-style lunch selections.
Berkeley Bowl is an independent grocery store in Berkeley, California. Owned by Glenn and Diane Yasuda, it sells organic and natural products and has an extensive produce section.
“Blind Tiger! The Happy Hour Oysters are it. Sitting in the back seat of the van on tour- I’m dreaming about those oysters and wishing i was back in Oakland!! I love the road but living on pizza, tacos, and cup o noodles is nothing compared to those oysters. The ambiance is so pretty too. It’s underground and I can’t even describe it but it’s real nice.” — Everyone Is Dirty
Corner cafe serving up Southern hospitality with its popular fried chicken, pies, and breakfast items.
Retro coffee shop is a busy local favorite serving hearty breakfasts and lunch fare since the 1970s.