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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Yuzu Ramen & Broffee ready for Grand Opening

September 2, 2016 | 5 Comments

The Emeryville restaurant scene may have just got another feather in its cap with the soon to open Yuzu Ramen & Broffee. My initial thought going in to this review was “I wonder if they’re jumping on the...

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Adeline Place on the Star Intersection corner of San Pablo & MacArthur may finally be getting a tenant. The 36-unit development’s ground floor retail that was required to be built, has sat vacant since it was...

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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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North Oakland’s Salsipuedes abruptly shuttered in May after less than a year but owner Jay Porter indicated that they were already in talks with someone to take over the space. Yesterday, Berkeleyside and Inside Scoop...

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It’s been nearly two and half years since the Public Market announced the lease-signing of an 800 square foot food stall by Peruvian chef Carlos Altamirano slated to be called “Chicharron”. The bad news is that...

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Oakland’s Golden Gate neighborhood got a bit more vibrant this week with the soft-opening of Noodle Theory Provisions. Located on San Pablo Avenue just past the Stanford Avenue intersection, the strip is currently home to Namaste...

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It’s kind of been one step forward, two steps backward in regards to Openings/Closures in Emeryville’s Triangle neighborhood lately. Well, they’re about a take a big step forward with the announced opening of a new Vietnamese Banh Mi...

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Alright E’villains, we can all exhale. As previously reported what seemed like years ago, the Emeryville Ike’s Sandwiches will finally be opening on the corner retail unit of the Parc on Powell Development on Hollis & Powell. The Grand...

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After first reporting back in August 2015 their kick-off of construction, the highly anticipated Propaganda Gastropub quietly held it’s soft-opening on Monday opening its doors to the neighborhood and curious passerby’s. Proprietor Kiet Truong officially unveiled the rustic...

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While the fledgling establishment has “hangered” a few patrons because of its long lines and limited servings, the consensus has been overwhelming that Shiba Ramen is the real deal. Proprietors Jake Freed and his wife...

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The Powell Street Plaza Starbucks soft-opened their “Starbucks Evenings” program on Tuesday January 26th. The location is the first in the East Bay Core to launch the program aimed at extending beyond morning, afternoon and evening caffeinated beverages and pre-made...

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As a result of the ongoing Public Market renovation, quite a few readers have lamented the loss of a few of their favorite cheap bites. One of those was Viva Mexican Grill that shuttered last...

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Some extremely sad news for E’villains and the Emeryville Small Business community as Commonwealth Micropub on Adeline announced their abrupt closure last Saturday December 19th. Barely nine months from their Grand Opening back in March,...

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I’ve heard 2015 referred to as “The Year of the Ramen” within foodie circles. We’re of course not talking about the Maruchan brand instant Ramen you can get a 24 pack of for $8 at Costco...

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