4 New East Bay Eats To Try
Whether you're looking for a wholesome cup of coffee or a hot bowl or ramen, East Bay has got new eats to offer. Time to get dining.
In Japan, ramen is comfort food. It's what you eat when you're looking for a completely satisfying, but casual experience. You pay in advance, so when you're finished, you get up and leave. You don't break the bank, it isn't a production, and it tastes great. Shiba Ramen believes in the Japanese ramen experience. Offering a streamlined, ramen-focused menu, complemented by a handful of tasty sides. Cold beer is on tap, as it should be. They feature rotating draft Bay Area craft beers, and a curated collection of Japanese craft beer and sake. // 5959 Shellmound St #10, Emeryville, shibaramen.com
Amidst West Oakland’s brick warehouses and metal fabricators, Drip Line offers a vibrant gathering place for magnificent coffee and food in a modern, light-filled space. Chef Nora Dunning’s menu combines sweet, salty, bitter, sour, and spicy flavors, for a cuisine influenced by her Singaporean roots and her Northern California home. // 1940 Union St #21, Oakland, driplineoakland.com
Welcome to Suchimu’s Crib! The next generation of Shabu Shabu Hot Pot. Their new innovative table, pot, and electrical stove will provide the fastest and most efficient shabu hot pot experience ever. The goal is to provide the best friendly customer service along with the new trend of how Shabu supposed to be. Suchimu Crib will ensure all of their food is top quality and fresh at all time. // 291 10th St, Oakland, suchimucrib.com
1951 Coffee Company
1951 Coffee is a non-profit specialty coffee organization seeking to promote the well-being of the refugee community in the San Francisco Bay Area by providing job training and employment to refugees and asylees while educating the surrounding community about refugee life and issues. // 2410 Channing Way, Berkeley, 1951coffee.com