This sad face could be yours if you forget to reserve your space for your holiday party. Do you really want to have it at your house? No! Fridays and Saturdays in December are all booked for large events (except the 26th), but we have some availability for Sunday-Thursday.
Email us a firstname.lastname@example.org and EuRi or Liz will get back to you.
We will be celebrating with the Mua Fam in Capay. First Friday and Sunday will be open our regular schedule. Have a fun and safe one!
@bigleaguefoodie aka Oakland A’s Mark Canha reviews Mua on NBC with Kelli Johnson . Here it is again in case you missed it Thursday for that other game :).
New Winter Hours:
Dinner start and last seating
Monday – Thursday 5:00 – 10:30
Friday & Saturday 5:00 – 11:30
Sunday 5:00 – 10:00 (same)
Friday Lunch and Happy hours are the same.
That time of the year again! We have limited time left for holiday parties and/or private events. Email us at email@example.com for the scoop.
Come spend your post BBQ time with us, we’re open tonight and all hours are happy ones. Remember it’s also the last official day you can wear your white shoes.
Be safe! And see you Friday night.
Friday July 5th Hours:
Bar opens at 4pm for Happy Hour.
Dining room opens at 5:30pm for dinner service.
A good sign for Oakland’s economy—so many local businesses are booking holiday parties! There are a few slots left, but they are going fast.
To our regulars, if you plan to stop by between now and the New Year it might be a good idea to book a reservation, even at those times when we aren’t usually crowded.
Ruche di Castagnole Monferrato is one of Piedmont’s newer DOCG titles, introduced during the extensive administrative revisions of 2010 and 2011. This followed the interest that was first piqued in 1987 when the Ruche grape, a relative obscurity until that point, was awarded a dedicated DOC among the Monferrato hills.
Ruche di Castagnole Monferrato wines must be made from at least 90% Ruche grapes; the remaining 10% is left open to any combination of Barbera and Brachetto. This produces a fragrant, slightly floral wine whose pale-red color belies its tannic profile and depth of flavor when well made. Notes of tart berries and sweet spices are also associated with the wines. This up-front style is complemented by tart acidity, which the grape variety is able to retain in all but the very hottest of growing seasons. The Ruche grape, which is also sometimes named Rouchet or Roche, is something of an enigma even in Piedmont. There are conflicting tales of how it arrived in the region’s vineyards: some say it is an indigenous vine, some believe it was brought there from France. Whatever the truth, Ruche vines have been grown and used to produce wine in Piedmont for hundreds of years, although the wines have only just begun to make their way outside the Monferrato area. At the dawn of the new millennium there were just 125 acres (50ha) of Ruche planted, making this one of the most exclusive wines made under any Italian wine title, DOC or DOCG.
At Mua now! Otherwise, you might have to to to that other Piedmont to get some:
Official sponsors: Chief Robot, Little Yellow Tow Truck and Loch Ness Monster. We will be closed December 24th and 25th, the 26th we’ll be closed for lunch but open for dinner, and we’ll be open New Years Eve and New Year’s Day. You can have a sleep-over hahaha!