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An upscale diner serving American food with a Japanese spin, Hopscotch is an eclectic little spot in Oakland focused on seasonality and sustainability. Chef Kyle Itani's unique fare is both creative and comforting: there's a yonsei oyster with sea urchin, salmon roe, and citrus soy; soba bucatini in a spicy tomato sauce topped with herbs and pecorino; and a burger with griddled beef tongue, pickled onions and sesame aioli. His partner and GM Jenny Schwarz runs the beverage program, which offers expertly crafted cocktails and hops & scotch pairings.
Fun, hip, trendy vibe. Japanese twist on California cuisine. Try the fried chicken or burger. Small, seasonal menu. Cute bar.
Amercan food with an Asian slant. Always well prepared. The burgers are excellent.
“Comfy, cozy basement tavern for Asian Fusion shared plates & drinks plus happy hours.”
“Your spot for eats and drinks, The Dock has a rustic feel with local brews at the bar. Unlike most city bars, this one has something special that is sometimes overlooked free parking. Ask for the Jerk chicken wings for a finger-lickin good experience.”
“Looking to nurse that hangover and have a great cheap breakfast? Look no further than this Oakland greasy spoon.”
“No one orders coffee here. Not a cafe. If a guy was collecting a lot of random stuff and dropped a lot of acid, then perfected a Greyhound by fresh squeezing grapefruit juice to order, and then opened a dive bar several decades ago - that’s Cafe Van Kleef. Owner was a legendary figure, bar carries on in his memory. Giant bouncers. Try and get there before or after the music starts. Always a terrible band. In a town of great musicians. Must be part of the mystique. Not to be missed. Seriously, order a Greyhound. ”