How One Restaurant Duo Serves Oakland With Love
Romney Steele grew up around Northern California food royalty, her grandfather having founded Big Sur’s famous Nepenthe. Romney found herself running around the restaurant, meeting all kinds of interesting people. Romney’s own vision for a restaurant was different though. She envisioned a community-grounded space more like a soup kitchen. Steven Day wanted a place where people who had never had an oyster could eat one. They created their vision in historic Oakland.
Romney and Steven share their story of a unique partnership which started at an oyster farm between two people with a shared destiny and the path they forged together to change the lives of people across Oakland. Read more about how a grant program funded by PG&E, The PG&E Corporation in partnership with the California Restaurant Foundation helped sustain their restaurant after the pandemic.
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