2020 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley CA, 94704 (510) 926.6300
Hours
Sunday thru Thursday 5:30-10pm
Friday & Saturday 5:30-11pm
Front bar opens at 5pm nightly
Hours
Sunday thru Thursday 5:30-10pm
Friday & Saturday 5:30-11pm
Front bar opens at 5pm nightly

Comal included in SF Chronicle’s list of Best Restaurants around Berkeley Theatres

Friday, August 25th, 2017

“Another Berkeley restaurant with a spot of the Top 100 list, Comal offers excellent Mexican fare, including chicken mole tamales and fish tacos. Wash it all down with a margarita or two.”

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Coffee cocktail from Comal featured in SF Chronicle’s “Where to find Bay Area’s new age coffee”

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

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Comal named 2012 runner-up in Michael Bauer’s “30 most important Bay Area restaurants of the last 30 years”

Monday, September 26th, 2016

“While the Mexican food served here is some of the best in the Bay Area and the warehouse-sized space is impressive, it’s the noise that created the buzz. Owner John Paluska was the longtime manager of the rock band Phish, and he took heed of one of diners’ major complaints and brought in Myer Sound to orchestrate the decibel level, making the entire warehouse space feel like one big noise-canceling headphone. It has helped spark an awareness among other restaurants that they need to consider noise abatement in designs.”

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SF Chronicle includes Comal in their list of Favorite Margaritas

Thursday, May 5th, 2016

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Comal included in SF Chronicle Critic Michael Bauer’s Top 100 List for 4th Consecutive Year

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

“Tortillas are made on the premises and familiar items are noticeably elevated, whether it’s vibrant guacamole or crisp tortilla chips that shatter in layers. Empanadas may be filled with chorizo and potato; enchiladas are plump with duck in guajillo salsa. The surprise in tamales may be chile-citrus braised brisket.”

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