Linda Zavoral, East Bay Times

Linda Zavoral

East Bay Times

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Recent:
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • The Cannabist
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Pasadena Star News
  • The Denver Post
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Oakland Tribune

Recent articles by Linda:

Meal to Heal nonprofit feeds St. Louise hospital employees in Gilroy

Morgan Hill restaurant Yolked prepares 190 lunches for front-line workers → Read More

Foie gras can again be sold to Californians, judge rules

Sales are limited to out-of-state producers and third-party delivery services → Read More

PHOTOS: Dick’s Center, old Zorba the Greek restaurant site demolished in San Jose

Acreage will become South Bascom Gateway Station development → Read More

What was that Burger King tweet about cow farts all about?

Cheeky ad campaign, new burger designed to draw attention to a serious issue → Read More

What was that Burger King tweet about cow farts all about?

Cheeky ad campaign, new burger designed to draw attention to a serious issue → Read More

San Jose’s La Villa Deli temporarily closes, extends staff vacation because of COVID-19 exposure

Employees had been off for a week-plus holiday break → Read More

Award-winning pitmaster brings his barbecue to Sunnyvale golf course

Two chefs with local roots team up for Old Greenwood BBQ restaurant at the Gold Rush Saloon — and you don’t have to play golf to eat here → Read More

Coronavirus: Alameda County suspends outdoor dining, will seek new state variance

The move reflects updated guidance from the state. The county will seek a variance to allow outdoor dining to reopen → Read More

Coronavirus economy: Landmark Jack London Square brewery closes for good

Oakland’s Independent Brewing Co. was born on the Fourth of July in 2013 → Read More

After 43 years, Walnut Creek’s Prima Ristorante will close for good — but the wine shop will live on

Coronavirus economy ends “a magnificent run” for the Italian fine-dining side of the business → Read More

San Mateo County’s first Chick-fil-A nears opening day

Redwood City drive-thru located on Whipple Avenue near Highway 101 → Read More

Ayesha, Steph Curry’s new plans to fight food insecurity, feed Oakland families

Partnerships with World Central Kitchen, Salesforce are helping keep restaurants — and now farmers — in business → Read More

Flying food be damned: Nathan’s Famous hot dog-eating contest will go on this Fourth of July

Champ Joey Chestnut makes it to New York ahead of new COVID-19 travel restrictions; San Jose’s Matt Stonie won’t get to compete → Read More

Q&A: Chef Sandra Dailey talks cobbler, canning and giving back to the community

Levi’s Stadium vendor, caterer putting her skills to work for Hunger at Home nonprofit → Read More

Saratoga’s Pasta Armellino expands to Cupertino

Restaurant brings Michelin cred to Main Street Cupertino complex → Read More

Redwood City devotes downtown streets to open-air restaurants

Alfresco dining zones will remain in place through Sept. 30 → Read More

With COVID-19 cases rising, are summer vacations in jeopardy?

Some tourism spots are hitting the brakes; others are welcoming guests as long as they follow safety protocols → Read More

Warriors launch ‘Golden Giveback’ to benefit restaurants, feed essential workers

Uber Eats joins team in supporting Oakland, San Francisco small businesses → Read More

Berkeley’s Comal Next Door taqueria expands to Oakland

Restaurant opens for takeout and delivery; indoor dining will come later → Read More

SV Chat: Brothers hope to feed the world with their robotic indoor farming technology

Q&A with Samuel and John Bertram, co-founders of San Jose’s OnePointOne and Willo → Read More