Do reservations make food taste better?
We’re not sure. But why even take the chance? To avoid lunch or dinnertime disappointment, we suggest making a reservation for a spot at our bar, a table or group of tables—especially if there will be more than four guests in your group.
Avid schedulers will appreciate our 60-day advance booking option, while more adventurous types will enjoy the first-come-first-served nature of our bar and heated patio seating, which offers prime Fourth Street people-watching.
While our cuisine isn’t governed by rules, our dining room has to be. Please help us by honoring the same policies you might create if you operated a cozy restaurant in one of Berkeley’s busiest shopping districts:
Please arrive on-time. If you expect to be more than 15 minutes late, call us and we’ll move you to “first available” status.
We require a credit card to hold all reservations. There is a 48-hour cancellation policy for reservations. Should you need to cancel within 48 hours of your reservation, we will attempt to reseat the table. If we are not able to rebook the reservation, a charge of $30 per person will be applied to the card on file and the amount will be applied as a credit to your next visit.
18% gratuity may be added to parties of 6 or more.
We enjoy celebrating with loved ones as much as you do! And that’s exactly what we’ll be doing on these holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.