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Premier Cru to East Bay, Crêpes in Napa, More

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A head's up that gooey cheese has oozed into Palo Alto, at The Melt, at the Stanford Shopping Center. And now our virtual tour goes East and North to Berkeley, Marin, then Napa, and ends back in the City at Fisherman's Wharf.


1) Berkeley: Looking for a magnum of 1959 Lafite-Rothschild? You're in luck. Local wine importer and retailer, Premier Cru opens a retail location, 8,000 square foot store on University Avenue. [EaterWire]

2) Marin: Deli craving suburbanites will just have to wait. Due to construction and permit delays, Miller's East Coast Delicatessen Marin did not open on Monday, December 19. Stay tuned for a new opening date, which will either be Monday, December 26 or Monday, January 2, all contingent on final permit approvals.[EaterWire]

3) Napa: Oxbow Market adds to them menu with French flair. La Crêpe not surprisingly, is serving crêpes and fresh juice. [EaterWire]

4) Fisherman's Wharf: It sounds like a bad joke, a Thai and a Russian walk into a bar, except in this case it's a revamped restaurant on the wharf. Fortunately no fusion for now, just two menus with nothing in common at Stroganoff. [ISSF]

Is there an opening in your neck of the woods that belongs on this list? Enlighten us in the comments or over the EaterWire.

Premier Cru

1011 University Avenue., Berkeley, CA