Chicken Fried Tuesday Dinner

We are doing it again! Last time we sold out in 8 hours! Don’t miss the Fried Chicken Tuesday Dinner on December 12th. Get your tickets now. Delicious menu includes: Pitman Farms Fried Chicken, Sour cream and Onion Mashed Potatoes with Giblet Gravy, Johnny’s pickle plate, Poppy Seed Slaw, Lardass Biscuits, Sauce, Sauce, Sauce and for dessert – Buttermilk Pie with Poached Cranberries.

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Clove & Hoof does Brunch!

Word on the street is that at Clove & Hoof, we brunch so hard, that ish cray…and it’s TRUE. We’ll be doing brunch for y’all every Sunday at 10, so come see us for your hangover cure. On the menu: C&H CHEESEBURGER Two 4-ounce Jenner Beef patties, caramelized onion jam, pimento cheese, b&b pickles, chopped…

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Eat Real Festival: September 22-24 in Jack London Square, Oakland

Join us for a weekend celebrating artisan food craft, street food, local beers and wines, and all the goodness Oakland has to offer at Eat Real Fest 2017 ! We’ll be cooking up some tasty C&H Burgers, plus those infamous (Instafamous?) Cheesesteak Fries y’all went crazy for last year. Find us at Jack London Square September…

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Donations for the Oakland Fire

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.

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Oakland’s dining is hot. Is it even hotter than SF’s?

Get a taste of Oakland’s most exciting restaurants. San Francisco has long been the epicenter of the Bay Area’s food scene — a place where restaurateurs delight and dazzle the tastebuds of diners seeking culinary adventures. But in recent years, with the cost of opening a restaurant in the city skyrocketing, chefs have looked to less expensive locations for their innovative ventures. And they’re especially moving across the bay to Oakland.

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STAR CHEFS

STARCHEFS John Blevins

Chef/owner John Blevins of Clove and Hoof – Oakland, CA

 

New York-based StarChefs has revealed its crop of 2016 Rising Stars of the San Francisco Bay Area’s food and beverage industry.   John Blevins of Clove & Hoof is the San Francisco Rising Star Artisan Butcher.

Every three years, give or take, the publication names its picks for our neck-of-the-woods.  As in past years, chefs selected represent what StarChefs believes to be “the vanguard of the contemporary American dining scene.” To be eligible winners must be under the age of 40 and have less than 10 years of industry experience.

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FEATURED ON DINERS DRIVE-INS & DIVES

SUCCULENT SANDWICHES

A mecca for ethically minded carnivores and anyone who loves top-quality meat, Clove and Hoof houses both a butcher shop and restaurant under one roof.  Owners John Blevins and Analiesa Gosnell use only antibiotic-free and hormone-free meat in their dishes, like the killer cheesesteak and off-the-chain chicken that Guy Fieri stopped in to try.

(Episode: DV2407H)

 

THIS IS AMERICA: ANNOUNCING THE 2017 GOOD FOOD AWARDS FINALISTS

Good Food Awards Finalist 2017

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. At a time when the values our country stands for are in question, they exemplify all that is right from coast to coast: our proud immigrant history, stewardship of a rich and fertile agricultural landscape, a spirit of innovation and the daily choice to balance personal gain with the wellbeing of the commons.

CHARCUTERIE
Clove and Hoof, Bologna, California

BEST SUSTAINABLE HAMBURGER

Oakland Magazine: Best Sustainable Hamburger

 

Walking into Clove & Hoof feels like walking into an old-timey butcher shop, which is clearly the intention. A giant white cow sculpture overlooks a fridge stocked with fresh soups, pasture-raised eggs, and large slabs of beef rib. The tattooed waitresses are patient and kind. You get what you pay for here, with all the meat locally sourced and butchered. The menu boasts seasonal items such as poblano and corn soup in the spring, and a hamburger to die for year-round with optional gluten-free bun, homemade crushed jalapeno hot sauce, pimento cheese, pickle, mayo, and caramelized onion jam. It’€™s a messy-hands endeavor—but don’€™t worry; giant cloth napkins are provided to handle the mess from the homemade condiments dripping from the tastiest burger you’€™ll likely ever eat.

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OPEN DAILY 11AM-9:00PM

BUTCHER 11AM-8PM

TUESDAYS OPEN UNTIL 3PM

SUNDAY BRUNCH STARTS 10AM

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