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3917 Grand Ave Oakland, CA 94610
3917 Grand AvenueUSCaliforniaOakland94610
$$$Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
New American Restaurant
Today 5:30–10PM
Friday 5:30–10PMSaturday 10AM–2PM, 5:30–10PMSunday 10AM–2PM, 5:30–9:30PMMonday 5:30–9:30PMTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:30–9:30PMThursday 5:30–9:30PM
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Rustic Californian eatery for dinner & brunch, with many dishes fired from the wood-burning oven.- Google
"Sort of odd with the communal tables, but a great concept and very well done."
"My simple favorite: two poached eggs."
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Donald Yapp
3 weeks ago
Overly priced I felt for the quality and quantity of food. They do pay staff a living wage so no tips are expected. However, the food itself doesn't quite live up to the description in the menu. I was disappointed by my meal which wasn't that special really. I mean - 20+ dollars for a medium plate of lettuce leaves (however local, organic and heirloom) with a salty olive oil/vinegar dressing? And I mean lettuce leaves only. Probably about 15 leaves.
Patti Tostenson
2 months ago
The food was perfect. I don't feel over stuffed. We had cocktails and amazing foods and desert! Thank you for a wonderful nite out.
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Andrew Pierce
2 months ago
Sort of odd with the communal tables, but a great concept and very well done. Amazing food.
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Jayson Mena
10 months ago
Fresh, simple, and good. The waiter was very knowledgeable and recommended wines that were perfectly matched with the food.
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Bob Oxenburgh
2 months ago
Yep, a little pricey. But we knew that going in. Atmosphere is excellent. Communal table worked out fine for us 6. All was delicious. We had pretty much everything on the menu. Five stars for the food. Dropped a star for the portion size of starters and deserts. Service professional. Didn't seem to suffer from no tip pricing. Felt strange not tipping. Can't understand the negative reviews below. We had a really fun time.
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Clifford Emmanuel
3 months ago
Great spot for brunch. I hadn't heard all the rave reviews of this place before I went, but I can understand what the hype is about. Super fresh and flavorful ingredients blanded masterfully to create a memorable dining experience. We had the poached egg, savory plate and bread (only disappointment was that bread wasn't included with the plate), and doughnuts. Everything was delicious. I took my time and savored every bite.
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Michael Baker
6 months ago
Really good. Really really good. Holding back the fifth 🌟 because it's also pretty steep.
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Adam Louis Mortimer
2 years ago
A California gem that exemplifies low impact, local and delicious food, Camino is one of the greatest dining experiences in the Bay area. The giant wood oven brick fireplace where most of the food is cooked gives the brunch and dinner menus a superb panache - both of which are subject to change daily based on available ingredients or Russell Moore and Allison Hopelain's imagination. Camino is certainly not cheap, but does provide an absolutely delicious and outstanding meal that is typical of much more expensive restaurants. Come on one of their weekly or monthly events to be blown away - ex. Homage to Julia Child or the fantastic Octoberfest dinner. Highlights: locally sourced meat and vegetables, delicious cocktails, fresh baked bread. Cons: No draft beer.
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