Fikscue is an Indonesian-Texan barbecue restaurant, infusing smoke into Indonesian flavors. This is Fik and Reka Saleh’s first brick-and-mortor after three years as a pop up running on delivery and online pick up orders. They are bringing their one-of-a-kind mashup of Texas-style barbecue and Indonesian cuisine to our district every Saturday and Sunday from 12-5pm, or until sold out.
The menu at Alley & Vine showcases the bounty that California has to offer – beautiful produce, pristine seafood, livestock raised with care. You’re sure to discover a favorite among the small bites, sandwiches, main dishes, and desserts.
Additionally, each cocktail is handcrafted with a reverence for season and quality and the wine list is one of the most preeminent in Alameda, featuring both domestic & international options.
But most of all, Alley & Vine is a warm, welcoming place to enjoy yourself and the company of those you care about.
Spinning Bones is a contemporary rotisserie restaurant that specializes in roasted meats rotating on slow spinning spits. The food focus is on new flavors featuring koji chicken, peppered flank beef, barbecue pork ribs, and spicy pork shoulder.
Spinning Bones is a fast-casual lunch and dinner spot for sit-down dining, take-out, and large-party catering.
Town Tavern offers a social environment with great drinks and bites. Specialty cocktails lean on East Bay spirits, including those from Wright & Brown Distilling and Oakland Spirits Co. The small plate menu includes fried-to-order chicharrones, bacon pierogi, bison poutine, New Orleans-style barbecued shrimp, and pork belly sliders loosely inspired by Taiwanese gua bao.
The 49-seat space is family-friendly until 10:00pm. Town Tavern then remains open late for the 21+ crowd.