daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
tag

Iyasare

Page 1 of 1

People hoping to dine at the seafood restaurant Saturday night were instead greeted by a white sign emblazoned above the handles of a ship’s wheel affixed to the door, declaring that “Spenger’s has closed its doors permanently.”
featured article
People hoping to dine at the seafood restaurant Saturday night were instead greeted by a white sign emblazoned above the handles of a ship’s wheel affixed to the door, declaring that “Spenger’s has closed its doors permanently.”
featured article
Japanese cuisine offers a variety of delicious dishes for you to savor and devour throughout your four years at UC Berkeley.
featured article
Japanese cuisine offers a variety of delicious dishes for you to savor and devour throughout your four years at UC Berkeley.
featured article
Read our comprehensive list of Fourth Street’s best spots to grab a bite, shop around, get some exercise, pamper yourself or all of the above!
featured article
Read our comprehensive list of Fourth Street’s best spots to grab a bite, shop around, get some exercise, pamper yourself or all of the above!
featured article
The new restaurant seeks to serve a variety of Italian, French, British and North African cuisines and create a seasonal experience for both families and young adults, according to owner David Visick. Pompette, however, will continue serving drinks at the same zinc bar as Café Rouge.
featured article
The new restaurant seeks to serve a variety of Italian, French, British and North African cuisines and create a seasonal experience for both families and young adults, according to owner David Visick. Pompette, however, will continue serving drinks at the same zinc bar as Café Rouge.
featured article
Signs displayed on windows indicated that businesses closed Thursday as part of a nationwide boycott and strike called “A Day Without Immigrants” intended to show the contributions of immigrants to the U.S. economy.
featured article
Signs displayed on windows indicated that businesses closed Thursday as part of a nationwide boycott and strike called “A Day Without Immigrants” intended to show the contributions of immigrants to the U.S. economy.
featured article