Alice Waters and her compatriots didn't know they were launching an American foodie revolution when they opened their doors on Berkeley's Shattuck Ave. But that's what happened. Alice Waters named it The Delicious Revolution. Later this movement allied internationally with the Slow Food movement, promoting locally grown, organically grown food and local farmers markets.
Learn about the roots of the Delicious Revolution and North Berkeley's Gourmet Ghetto, America's epicurean epicenter with a local guide. See where all this deliciousness started and how it looks today.
Included: guide and group walk from North Berkeley BART (or meet at location in North Berkeley). Can arrange hotel pickup for additional transportation charge at a discount.
Pam Strayer is the author of the 7 apps on organically or Biodynamically grown wines and travel and several forthcoming wine history travel apps. You can find her guides in the Apple App Store and on Google Play. Pam collects organically grown wines and is happy to share what she knows. A recipient of a certificate in wine studies from U. C. Berkeley, she has also studied at the North American Sommelier Association and in U.C. Davis's wine program. Pam has visited hundreds of wineries around the state (so you don't have to). Avoid overpriced winery tasting rooms, crowds, and traffic on your special trip to wine country. Pam will steer you to the secret or top spots for an unforgettable experience. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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