Berkeley

Berkeley Travel Guide

Articles about Berkeley

By Max Grinnell

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By Geraldine Campbell
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Hotels in Berkeley

Located on the south fork of the Tuolumne River and near Yosemite National Park, this camp first welcomed visitors in 1922 and now runs summer family programs.

Restaurants in Berkeley

As Alice Waters travels the world, spreading her gospel of “local, seasonal, sustainable,” Chez Panisse chugs steadily along in its two-story Craftsman-style home.

Things to do in Berkeley

Opened in 1979 by a former chef, this sustainability-focused fish market on Pier 33 buys its catches from local boats, small suppliers, and national producers. The seafood selection, displayed in coolers and on beds of ice, comprises mostly wild species from the West Coast.