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In the Neighborhood

The Public Market seems to be going in a decidedly Asian-influenced direction with their recent cuisine announcements. The additions of Shiba Ramen (Japanese), Fish Face Poke (Polynesian), Nyum Bai (Cambodian), Koja Kitchen (Korean/Japanese) and We Sushi...

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A welcome sight for most residents as median Emeryville rents listings flattened in 2016 rising just over 1% (neighboring Berkeley saw a 3% increase while Oakland saw a 7.3% jump). Meanwhile home prices increased steadily at a 6.3%...

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Michelin-starred Peruvian Chef Carlos Altamirano has finally settled on “Paradita Eatery” for his new Emeryville Public Market eatery. The establishment was initially announced as “Chicharron,” revised to Granja Eatery and is now being touted as the...

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Back in July 2016, it was revealed that the lease at the former Bucci’s space had finally been acquired and a new establishment would soon be moving in. 612one Fusion Culinary and Fine Cocktails (6121 being...

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The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) launched a region-wide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love with its exhibit “Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia.” The...

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In our quest to uncover interesting and relevant things happening in our town, we’ve aggregated a few news stories of interest from the interwebz and reader tips. This month’s E’ville Biz report profiles a new, reusable food storage...

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The Emeryville Public Market will be adding a new food stall to complement their growing selection of street foods. Nyum Bai Cambodian Street Cuisine is the latest ethnic establishment recruited by the Public Market to help round...

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Emeryville Watergate resident and Architect Eugene Tssui is the subject of this week’s East Bay Express cover story. The article details Tssui’s flamboyant lifestyle and his “refusal to compromise” personality. Tssui’s unconventional ideas about architecture might finally be...

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After the end of an eleven day strike stemming from a price dispute, Dungeness Crab season is back. Our Emeryville Marina presents a convenient opportunity for locals to get a piece of the action. Fish Emeryville’s fleet...

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Quite a few residents have mourned the loss of Emeryville’s famed Utility Box public art that were painted over last summer. The familiar pedestrian figures have become synonymous with our town and celebrated as a way of...

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Homeless services, children’s causes, conservation, the arts, animals … there are so many deserving causes to contribute to this holiday season. I can’t think of a more impactful way to donate than by contributing to a...

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The Bertollino family and their Kha Shing motor yacht “Meyer” took home the annual Emeryville Marina Christmas lights competition last week. Magdalena Bertollino and her husband decked their yacht from bow to stern in a festive assortment...

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Lennar Multifamily will be hosting a community meeting tonight at the ECCL to solicit ideas for the Sherwin-Williams park space as part of a negotiated agreement by PARC. 3.5 acres of the 10 acre project are slated...

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After launching less than two months ago, Banh Mi Joint owner Tee Tran has already made significant changes to his Emeryville restaurant. After observing his customers’ dining habits, he scraped counter-service in favor of table...

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First, the good news: We Sushi finally opened yesterday after signing a lease back in September 2015. Now the bad news: Bay Burger, Pamir Afghan and Sorabol Korean will sadly be vacating their stalls as the Public Market’s...

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The Public Market is slowly filling out with the grand opening of two more establishments last week. Mayo & Mustard opened on Tuesday after being in the works for over a year and Oui Oui Macaron opened last weekend. Next...

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In what could either be the greatest thing – or worst thing Emeryville has ever seen, the Powell Street Plaza shopping center may be getting an In-N-Out Burger. With the current closest location being Alameda, the...

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The dangers of the firefighting profession make the lives of the Alameda County Fire Department like no other. They require an athleticism, stamina and trust in one another that inspire a civilian to be braver...

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Tonight, our City Council will consider adoption of its proposed “Fair Work Week” (FWW) scheduling and predictive pay ordinance, an ordinance deemed the “highest priority” by current Mayor Dianne Martinez. Two of the other councilmembers that are pushing...

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Ex’pression College officially becomes SAE Expression College It was the end of an era for Emeryville-born Ex’pression college who officially changed their name to SAE Expression on July 1st. Ex’pression was acquired by Australian-based Navitas group in 2014 for $13...

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Chef/Owner Preeti Mistry and her wife/business partner Ann Nadeau helped turn Juhu Beach Club (JBC) in Oakland’s Temescal District into a destination. Now they’re looking to do the same in Emeryville by opening “Navi Kitchen” at...

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Emeryville residents and neighbors were treated once again to a somewhat distant, but convenient view of the annual SF Fleet Week (SFFW) event. The Blue Angels announced their presence on Friday afternoon with a flyover, causing curious residents and...

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What is enduring about Tee Tran is his passion for family, employees and food. Because of his humble background, Tee truly believes that if you treat your employees and customers with respect, they will go the extra mile...

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Emeryville Public Market owner City Center Realty Partners announced two new lease-signings today including a Poke Bar and a craft beer and sake spot. Fish Face Poke Bar and Periodic Table are both scheduled to open...

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