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What’s New at Oakland’s Eat Real Festival, Happening September 19-21

What’s New at Oakland’s Eat Real Festival, Happening September 19-21

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Oakland’s annual Eat Real Festival is happening September 19-21 in Jack London Square. The festival has been reorganized to reflect the mission of the Food Craft Institute and has some new highlights like communal kimchi-making, an oyster shuck-off and “Drink Real.”

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2012 Eat Real Festival: Day 3 Highlights

2012 Eat Real Festival: Day 3 Highlights

| September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Daniel Patterson for five bucks, Tuscan-perfect flatbread, Tartine pastry how-tos, and a couple of flying knives: Day 3 of Eat Real.

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Eat Real Festival Day 1 + Meatopia

Eat Real Festival Day 1 + Meatopia

| September 22, 2012 | 2 Comments

The 4th annual Eat Real Festival kicks off with an evening of food trucks, music, meat and more. But was the much-hyped Meatopia just meatiocre?

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Will Wait For Good Food: Eat Real Festival 2011

Will Wait For Good Food: Eat Real Festival 2011

| September 26, 2011 | 2 Comments

The 3rd Annual Eat Real Festival kicked off their food extravaganza this past weekend. I’ve attended the event since its inception and have always come away with a full, happy belly.

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Food Bloggers Share Inside Tips for Summer Bay Area Food

Food Bloggers Share Inside Tips for Summer Bay Area Food

| July 19, 2011 | 7 Comments

Local Bay Area food bloggers share their inside tips on this summer’s best food events and favorite hot weather eats.

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Eat Real Festival 2010

Eat Real Festival 2010

Goats, chickens, bees, home coffee roasting, Korean tacos, a paella pan as big as a waterbed: the Eat Real Festival returns to Jack London Square to celebrate the joys of street food and DIY urban living.

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Eat Real Festival

Eat Real Festival

The trick, I realized, was to pick one long line–like the one for Seoul Food’s Korean tacos– and then send your friends out on recon missions to the shorter lines, so you’d have something to eat while you waited in line for something to eat.
Where the recent SF Street Food Festival skipped actual street food for slimmed-down restaurant eats, Eat Real did keep it real, with taco trucks, soul food ribs and the Sexy Soup Lady in a pink apron straddling her three-wheeled soup cart. And the prices were right, too, with nothing over $5.

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