The stretch between 38th and 46th avenues on Tennyson Street has developed into a dining destination all its own, with high-end eateries, casual diners, cocktail bars, and more. With the street and its surrounding neighborhood changing almost daily, it can be hard to keep up. Most recently opened are High Point Creamery and The Grateful Gnome brewery. Coming very soon are new restaurants Tres Chiles, a Mexican grill, and Wendell’s, a breakfast diner in the former home of DJ’s Berkeley Cafe. The closings are bittersweet, but many lasting businesses are still staples.
From a Dutch sandwich shop and Native American eatery to two brand new drinking destinations, here are Eater’s current favorites. They’re the spots that can’t be found anywhere else except in beloved Berkeley.
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