Saturday, April 8, 2017

More on Emeryville Public Market

An ambitious overhaul of the Market began in 2014 with a redesign of the 26,000 square foot food court.  There are spaces for 10-15 vendors with a range of cuisine including Cambodian, Indian, Japanese, Italian--and the ubiquitous Peet's.  The remodel aimed to "bring the place into the modern era" with bold graphics (including a huge mural of a chicken head), a large-scale stone mosaic wall depicting eating utensils, bright yellow kids' chairs and tables, and a big living wall.  While my Cambodian dinner was delicious, I still miss the massive Borders Bookstore that used to adjoin the food court space.

Dinner under the living wall

Dessert option

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