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Local Businesses

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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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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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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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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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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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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In-Shape CEO Paul Rothbard broke the sad news to club members of the decision to close their Emeryville location in a letter dated September 7th. “Unfortunately, we have made the difficult decision to close this location. effective October 31, 2016.”...

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A day before Apple is expected to unveil its latest iPhone model, the local news is that Apple Bay Street will be expanding into the former Pottery Barn space. Many have inquired about that mysterious black...

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Kara’s Cupcakes Kara’s Cupcakes held its grand opening over the Weekend taking over the former Teacake Bakery spot. Kara herself was on site and could be seen busily directing her new staff with her daughter in...

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Since TCHO announced they were moving their operations to the Berkeley/Emeryville border back in 2014, we’ve anxiously awaited for them to resume factory tours and the opening of their promised retail shop. While we still can’t provide a date, TCHO...

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Daiso, often referred to as “The Japanese Dollar Store” (in actuality, items start at $1.50) has announced it will be opening in the former Pier 1 spot at the Powell Street Plaza. Construction is moving fast...

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Construction has been progressing steadily on the renovated Marchant building that literally straddles the North Oakland-Berkeley-Emeryville border of San Pablo Avenue (ProTip: Locals prefer “Three Corners”, not “NOBE”). The building has attracted new tenants including an Amazon...

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612ONE Restaurant taking over former Bucci’s space Beloved Emeryville institution Bucci’s announced their decision to retire last August and since then the spot had sat vacant. Berkeleyside NOSH columnist Kate Williams recently uncovered in their bites roundup that an...

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YUZU Ramen & Broffee has announced it will be opening at the former Bacano Bakery spot on 1298 65th Street. Riding a recent food trend, Yuzu will join the Public Market’s Shiba Ramen as new Ramen...

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Last October, Golden Gate neighborhood residents Brian Koloszyc and his wife Teresa announced their plans to build a brewery and tasting room along San Pablo Avenue. This Saturday June 4th, Novel Brewing Co. will open their doors...

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After a successful trial run last year, the Bay Street Farmers’ Market returns this Saturday April 30th from 3-7 p.m. with more fresh foods and a special Arts & Crafts Market. The “Twilight Market” series will...

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A recent San Francisco Business Times article listed the top-10 Food & Beverage makers by revenue in the Bay Area. Three of these companies are Emeryville businesses and headquartered here in our city....

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The much-anticipated Nordstrom Rack Grand Opening was held today as doors opened to the public at the recently renovated East Bay Bridge Shopping Center. The off-price clothing retailer’s 38,000 square foot store boasts a wide range...

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National beauty retailer, Ulta Beauty, opened its newest store in Emeryville earlier today at the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center adjacent to Sports Authority. The approximately 10,000 sq. ft. store at the East Bay Bridge center features...

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Oakland Magazine, which describes itself as “essential reading for keeping up with one of America’s most engaging and underappreciated cities”, recently profiled some of its tiny neighbors entertainment gems including areas to “Eat, Drink, Shop & Play”....

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You’ve probably passed their previous showroom on Hollis Street next to Rotten City Pizza hundreds of times and wondered what Teak Me Home is. Perhaps you’ve even peeked into their showroom or punched up their website. As you probably...

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The Bay Street Shopping Center is celebrating the grand opening of the much anticipated American Eagle Outfitters and the start of a monthly Farmers’ Market this weekend. Bay Street will close the main thoroughfare to vehicle traffic...

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