Taking up the gauntlet in Gourmet Ghetto – Contra Costa Time
“Grégoire Jacquet’s socca may be some of the quirkiest things to come out of an East Bay oven since Pizza Antica started charring ultra-thin-crust pizzas in Lafayette. Try the Cod ($6.25), an individual-size disc of blackened chickpea-f…
Snapshot: Grégoire Jacquet, owner of Grégoire Restaurant (Berkeleyside)
Grégoire Jacquet was born in Versailles, France. When he was young, his family moved to th…
Diablo Covers Grégoire Oakland Opening
Grégoire Jacquet, owner of the popular Berkeley, California French Takeout Spot Gré…
Berkeley: Gregoire, Lola’s – two very different spots to get gourmet takeout (SF Chronicle)
At Grégoire on Ceder Street in North Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto, chef-proprietor Gre….
Best Takeout (East Bay Express)
After traveling around the world with the Ritz-Carlton, the arrival of a kid finally made a homeb…
Grégoire quoted in East Bay Business Times
Grégoire Jacquet, who runs a restaurant in Berkeley’s “Gourmet Ghetto,”
Grégoire Potato Puffs Named one of Best 125 Things to Eat (San Francisco Magazine)
Countless potato lovers are torn between their allegiance to mashed and fried. At this Gourmet Gh…
Gourmet Ghetto (VIA Magazine)
At the tiny Grégoire, a few steps up Cedar, everything from truffled potato gratin and Mai…
Editor’s Pick: Puff Daddy (7X7 Magazine)
It was a hot Indian summer day when, on a whim, I stopped by Grégoire, “Berkeley….
Shake A (Frog’s Leg) Leg! Grégoire Adds Velocité to French Cuisine (Daily Californian)
Grégoire is a gem in the lonely blight of North Side.