Camino

Camino

Oakland, CA

3917 Grand Ave, Oakland 94610, CA
Rustic Californian eatery for dinner & brunch, with many dishes fired from the wood-burning oven.
With its look of a medieval refectory and that central wood-burning hearth, Camino can seem like a trip to the days of yore-but the cool crowd, fun cocktails, and innovative food are decidedly modern. Take a seat under wrought-iron chandeliers at one of the long, communal tables (one of them is cut from a single redwood tree!) and expect to make some new friends. Chef-owner Russell Moore worked at Chez Panisse for many years, and his food is appropriately hyper-seasonal. An egg baked in the wood oven, its yolk still velvety, is nestled in leeks, herbs, and cream, while slices of char-grilled sourdough provide the base for a sandwich of juicy pancetta and rustic sauerkraut. Moist, sticky Lardy cake is also grilled, and topped with rich ricotta and honey.
3917 Grand Ave, Oakland 94610, CA
Camino, Bars, Interior Design
Camino, Bars, Interior Design
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Rustic Californian eatery for dinner & brunch, with many dishes fired from the wood-burning oven.
With its look of a medieval refectory and that central wood-burning hearth, Camino can seem like a trip to the days of yore-but the cool crowd, fun cocktails, and innovative food are decidedly modern. Take a seat under wrought-iron chandeliers at one of the long, communal tables (one of them is cut from a single redwood tree!) and expect to make some new friends. Chef-owner Russell Moore worked at Chez Panisse for many years, and his food is appropriately hyper-seasonal. An egg baked in the wood oven, its yolk still velvety, is nestled in leeks, herbs, and cream, while slices of char-grilled sourdough provide the base for a sandwich of juicy pancetta and rustic sauerkraut. Moist, sticky Lardy cake is also grilled, and topped with rich ricotta and honey.

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