Why an Oakland pop-up restaurant was shut down for being ‘illegal’ – Berkeleyside

Berkeleyside
That night, the pop-up was operating out of The Kebabery, a small-scale restaurant in the Longfellow neighborhood of North Oakland owned by the founders of East Bay favorite Camino. Officially, the Kebabery isn’t open on Tuesday nights, which was what
Editorial: Alameda County’s war on pop-up restaurants must endSan Francisco Chronicle

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