Fashionable pastry store, Bake Sum, opens subsequent week in Oakland

Bake Sums pineapple milk rolls. Credit: Bake Sum / Instagram

to bake Sum, the high-end pastry pop-up with influences from Asian traditions to the childhood nostalgia of its founders, will officially open its Oakland facility on Saturday, September 18th. While East Bay residents have long been able to pick up pre-ordered bake sum boxes from Berkeley’s The Bread Project, the bakery is at 3249 Grand Ave. Mark Bake Sum will be serving walk-up customers for the first time with their selection of French pastries, sweet milk rolls and mini mochi muffins among others. The opening menu will include “our Halo Halo Bun, Vegan Char Siu Bao and Loco Moco Danish as well as a full coffee, tea and beverage menu,” the owners of Bake Sum announced via email. The opening times on the first day are from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Keep an eye on Instagram for more information on the future schedule.

#HappeningNow the aftermath of a vehicle in a building here at Howden Market in downtown Oakland. The staff tell me that no one was inside at the time of the crash. This is on the corner of Webster Street and 17th Street. pic.twitter.com/n9kL21S7Uc

– Reyna Harvey (@ReynaHarveyB) July 25, 2021

A driver crashed into the Howden Market grocery and staple store in Uptown Oakland in July, had his front door smashed and destroyed loads of goods. According to owner Kanitha Matoury, “the damage is significant and we don’t know exactly how long repairs will take,” so the company has launched a GoFundMe to cover repairs and keep it afloat until it can be fully reopened. The goal of the fundraiser is $ 35,000; At the time of publication, it generated just over $ 5,000.

The local burger and shakes chain Gott’s Roadside has a new offer for the vegetarian set. The spot just launched meatless “chicken” nuggets, which are a textured soy, wheat flour, and sunflower and soybean oil concoction made by the Bay Area-based company Impossible with fake meat. The set of eight nuggets is served with a side of french fries and a selection of homemade dips (ranch, BBQ sauce, and honey mustard) and costs $ 12.99. It is available at all of God’s locations, including now at Walnut Creek (1275 S. Main St.).

KQED Food Review Show Check, Please! Bay Area is starting a new spin-off show from Thursday evening. The new series is called Check, Please! You have to try this out! And focuses on the stories of certain popular dishes. His opening episode, which will air on September 9th at 7:30 p.m. (and will likely be streamed some time later), will go to Oakland to show Dela Curo’s omu curry and to Berkeley to see the chocolate and Enjoy Vanilla Frozen Yogurt; subsequent episodes have a similarly strong restaurant presence in East Bay. The show is moderated by Check Please! Mainstay Leslie Sbrocco, with a weekly remote segment from producer / reporter (and longtime Nosh sidekick) Cecilia Phillips.

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