The Emeryville Public Market has already made a name for itself as a destination for food lovers in Oakland with Shiba Ramen, Koja Kitchen and more, and it’s about to become even better. Opening this summer are two new stalls: a Peruvian cafe called Granja Eatery and a second location of Oui Oui Macaron.
Granja Eatery, from chef Carlos Altamirano, is in 1,500 square feet of space, which is twice the size of his original plans. Altamirano, who earned a Michelin star in 2011 for his restaurant La Costanera in Montara, also owns Piqueo’s, Mochica, Parada and the Sanguchon food trucks. He’ll be incorporating food from all those concepts to serve Peruvian with street food influences, plus sangria, wine and beer.
Oui Oui Macaron, which has a location in Daly City, makes macaron ice cream sandwiches perfect for strolling the food hall with. Oui Oui is expected to open this July, with Granja Eatery following this fall, as well as We Sushi and Mayo & Mustard this spring. Stay tuned for more details of the market's big expansion.