Local restaurants to receive funds from Restaurants Care Resilience Fund

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In response to the hardships that restaurants are facing, the California Restaurant Association and PG&E announced that 109 restaurants will receive grants.

In response to the hardships that “mom-and-pop” restaurants are facing because of the pandemic, the California Restaurant Association, or CRA, and PG&E announced Monday that 109 locally-owned restaurants in Northern and Central California will receive $3,500 grants from the Restaurants Care Resilience Fund.
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Lunch spots near campus

Here at Eating Berkeley, we’re all about saving money while getting the best quality and quantity possible, which is why we’ve decided to share some of our favorite spots with our readers.
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5 best places to grab lunch between classes

We at the Clog understand. Sometimes you just need lunch, and you need it now. You don’t have much time before your next class, but if you wait any longer to eat, you don’t know what will happen or what you may do. Well, we’ve got you covered with the five
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Where to get your Indian food fix

Do you remember being woken up early on a Saturday morning from the warm, sweet aroma of freshly cooked dosas wafting through your house? Those were the days, and oh, how we took them for granted. Those were the days when your mom cooked your favorite Indian dishes and packed
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Many Berkeley eateries expect drop in sales from the gameday crowd

If hardcore Cal fans were disappointed by the news that Cal football would be moving from Memorial Stadium to AT&T Park for the 2011 season, imagine the dismay of countless Berkeley business owners who would otherwise take advantage of the hoards of hungry spectators flooding the campus and surrounding streets.
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Many local restaurants expect drop in sales from gameday crowd

If hardcore Cal fans were disappointed by the news that Cal football would be moving from Memorial Stadium to AT&T Park for the 2011 season, imagine the dismay of countless Berkeley business owners who would otherwise take advantage of the hoards of hungry spectators flooding the campus and surrounding streets.
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