Chow down on a chorizo special in honor of “Dining for Justice”. John really went all out this time and is bringing you the Chorizo Meatball Grinder: charred tomato sauce, ramp cilantro crema, pepperjack cheese and flamin’ hot onion crisps on a hero roll. This is one special you absolutely shouldn’t miss – seriously, its hella tasty…and 5% of Clove and Hoof food sales goes to the cause on Saturday 5/6 and Sunday 5/7.
..and we’ll love you forever! We’re SO grateful to be nominated in 3 categories this year: Best Burger, Best Butcher Shop & Best Sandwich. If you’re feeling the love, go ahead and throw us some votes – we will be eternally grateful. You can do that here: Vote for Clove and Hoof: Best of 2017
We’ve been fortunate to be a part of the wonderful, inclusive, spirited community of Oakland. Our hearts are breaking for it after this senseless tragedy, and we want to be a part of the healing process. On Thursday, 100% of our profits will go towards victims of the fire. We will be working with the Oakland A’s who will match any donations. We will also match your cash donations with a Clove & Hoof gift certificate. Come enjoy a meal with us that gives back.
San Francisco, CA (November 14, 2016) – The Good Food Awards could not be more proud to announce the 291 Finalists of 2017, representing not just the best of America’s growing food movement, but the best of America.
Clove and Hoof, Bologna, California
Oakland Magazine: Oakland’s Clove & Hoof restaurant and butchery, conveniently located just steps from MacArthur BART station, has just unveiled a new menu aimed at combining what a dispatch from the restaurant calls “the most beloved items from lunch and dinner into one fun all-day menu from open to close!
When Eat Real Festival hits Jack London Square this weekend, its annual whole-hog butchery demonstration — one of the street food festival’s signature events — will have a bit of a new look. The butchers will, of course, be as badass as they always are, with knives and hand-saws just as sharp. But this year, for the first time, all four participants will be women including Oakland’s own Susannah Schnick, one of the butchers at Clove and Hoof, who had her very own moment of viral fame last month, when the butcher shop posted a sped-up video of Schnick breaking down a hog on Facebook.
New York-based StarChefs has revealed its crop of 2016 Rising Stars of the San Francisco Bay Area’s food and beverage industry and selected John Blevins of Clove & Hoof in the Artisans category
“In Oakland, a real-deal butchery is stacking up killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken,” Fieri and the Triple D website said of Clove & Hoof. The Oakland eatery was graced by a visit from the Food Network’s Guy Fieri, and is featured in the the “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” episode on “Succulent Sandwiches.” Would you groan if we said…
Clove & Hoof, Oakland, CA The lunch menu at this butcher-shop-slash-restaurant features sandwich options like a pork belly bahn mi with house-made chicken liver mousse. Indulgent? Maybe. Must-try? Yes. If you’re staying for dinner, go for the larger cuts of meat, like a pork chop or 16-oz. rib eye. Don’t forget the beef tallow fries!…
Why is it so comforting to sit 10 feet away from the butcher’s case at Oakland’s Clove & Hoof, cutting into a butter-soft medium-rare rib-eye within sight of a stack of bright red New York steaks, thick slabs of pork belly and more? I can’t explain it, but if you’re an unabashed carnivore, this is…