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2018

Fast-Casual Done Right: Dosa by DOSA’s Idli Fries and Chennai Fried Chicken - SF Weekly by Peter Lawrence Kane, Mar 21st, 2018

Even though they’ve always been elegant, and with thoughtful cocktails, usband-and-wife team njan and Emily Mitra‘s DOSA on Valencia and DOSA on Fillmore had a playful streak, using their menus to encourage the uninitiated not to be afraid and to just go for it… I haven’t had a dosa that did me wrong, but the tamil lamb ($13.95) might be the best one, with roasted chile garlic ($8.95) right behind it. It’s a little dismaying to pay $2 for a single piece of naan, but the fluffy cheese-stuffed naan ($5.50) feels superior to virtually every quesadilla on this Earth. Tex-Mex, too, gets shown up in the form of a paneer wrap ($11.95), a vegetarian breakfast burrito of sorts made with egg, farmer’s cheese, plenty of onion and cilantro, and a caramelized onion masala.

 

Where to Feast on Indian Food in San Francisco and the East Bay - Eater by Stefanie Tuder and Ellen Fort, Mar. 16th, 2018

DOSA: Dosa is the OG of modern Indian food in San Francisco, serving up curries and dosas in a trendy, buzzy environment for ten years running. The Fillmore location is the roomier and prettier of the two, so head here for excellent Indian bites in a beautiful setting.

dosa by DOSA: San Francisco's more formal Dosa had a fast-casual baby in Uptown Oakland, and it's a hit for salads, bowls, and its signature dosas to eat-in or take-out (those long, rolled pancake-like dosa even get their own custom take-out boxes). It's an all-day affair, with breakfast and bottled lassi drinks to get your morning going and cocktails to kick back after work.

 

8 Mocktails So Delicious You Won't Miss the Booze - 7x7 by Meaghan Clark Tiernan, Mar 15th, 2018

Dosa by Dosa, the popular SF restaurant's casual Oakland sister, may have a full bar, but non-drinkers can get a taste of the seasonal flavors as well. Try the Seedlip + Tonic ($7) made from Seedlip Garden 108, tonic, lemon and mint. Haven't heard of Seedlip? It's the world's first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, so you can have a drink without the hangover.

 

New sports bar is the latest entrant to Uptown Oakland - SF Chronicle by Justin Phillips, Mar. 8th, 2018

The Dosa team opened their new fast-casual spot nearby. At the time, co-owner Anjan Mitra said that Uptown Oakland reminds him of the Mission years ago.

 

First Look: dosa by DOSA brings big Indian flavors and decadent cocktails to Uptown Oakland - BerkeleySide by A.K. Carroll Mar. 8th, 2018

Inside the industrial-chic space, the chatter of patrons, bustle of table runners and long line of eager eaters mirrored the busyness of the city outside, as well as the boisterous Indian markets that inspired the restaurant’s design. From Anjan and Emily Mitra, owners of San Francisco’s elevated Indian restaurant DOSA, this fast-casual little sister brings all of the flavors of its namesake mainstay with none of the pretense.

 

The Hottest Restaurants in 27 Cities - Eater by Missy Frederick, Mar. 5th, 2018

A Complete List of Bay Area Restaurant and Bar Openings, Winter 2017-2018 - Eater by Caleb Pershan, Mar. 7th, 2018

UPTOWN OAKLAND — dosa by DOSA, the lowercase and relatedly lower-key spinoff of the SF duo of South Indian restaurants, is now open all day on Broadway.

 

The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, March 2018 - Eater by Ellen Fort, Mar. 1st, 2018

It’s a bright and fast-paced addition to Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood, with a menu of South Indian favorites from its bigger siblings across the Bay. The quick-service version of Anjan and Emily Mitra’s popular Dosas also has a full bar with creative cocktails incorporating Indian flavors that make it an excellent happy hour or dinner stop. Or, go in the a.m. for breakfast dosas filled with eggs.

 

Restaurant Prophets - Diablo Magazine by Nicholas Boer, Feb. 23rd, 2018

Dosa by DOSA’s glass facade lures millennials into a hangar-sized hangout with a photomural of a Delhi marketplace and a diminutive bar that doubles as an ordering counter for quickly concocted, high-quality tikka masala rice bowls, gingery street wraps, and dosas—made-to-order rice crepes—stuffed with butter chicken or coconut-curry lamb (served in a custom box for patrons who are on the run).Owners Anjan and Emily Mitra have overseen two full-service, dinner-only Dosa restaurants in San Francisco for a decade. But Dosa by DOSA—which opened in December—is another animal entirely. It’s a seat-yourself, all-day affair (even serving breakfast) as amenable to laptop-slinging singles as it is to a group of friends noshing on whimsical snacks while watching a Warriors game.

 

Uptown’s Spice Route - Oakland Magazine by Kristan Lawson, Feb. 23rd, 2018

“Cocktails” and “India” rarely appear together in the same sentence, but here’s the funny thing: Mixed drinks actually originated in India. The 17th-century predecessor to the cocktail was an Indian communal drink known to us as “punch,” from the Sanskrit word panc meaning “five,” so named because it was made from five ingredients: distilled spirits, sugar, citrus, spices, and water. And history’s first individual cocktail — the gin and tonic — also originated in colonial-era India as an anti-malaria potion.

 

A Complete List of Bay Area Restaurant and Bar Openings, Winter 2017-2018 - Eater by Caleb Pershan, Feb. 21st, 2018

UPTOWN OAKLAND — dosa by DOSA, the lowercase and relatedly lower-key spinoff of the SF duo of South Indian restaurants, is now open all day on Broadway.

 

Uptown's Spice Route - Oakland Magazine by Kristen Lawson, Feb. 2018

“dosa by DOSA, the new Oakland incarnation of San Francisco’s avant garde South Indian eatery DOSA, has an extensive cocktail selection to complement its array of highly praised subcontinental street food, such as prawn masala roti wraps and vada pav potato sliders.  Each and every cocktail foregrounds the “spice” part of panc, with Indian flavors at the center of concoctions as the Fenugreek Molecule and the Chickpea Sour (featuring coriander and aquafaba).”

 

The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, February 2018 - Eater by Ellen Fort, Feb. 1st, 2018

*dosa by DOSA image is used for the article’s cover photo!*

“It’s a bright and fast-paced addition to Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood, with a menu of South Indian favorites from its bigger siblings across the Bay. The quick-service version of Anjan and Emily Mitra’s popular Dosas also has a full bar with creative cocktails incorporating Indian flavors that make it an excellent happy hour or dinner stop. Or, go in the a.m. for breakfast dosas filled with eggs.”

 

Side of Art: 10 Bay Area Bars + Restaurants Serving Creativity on the Walls - 7x7 by

Anna Volpicelli, Feb. 1st, 2018

“The lively mural at Oakland's Dosa by Dosa does some heavy lifting, intended both to convey shiny, happy feelings, and to represent for the restaurant's provenance ("Love Life" is the city motto of Oakland) as well as for the South Asian heritage of both Dosa's owners and the artist, San Francisco-based Namita Kapoor. ‘I wanted the message to make people smile and reflect positivity,’ says Kapoor, who collaborated with her husband, photographer Gudmundur Vigfusson, and Berkeley Signs' owner/artist Steve Vigeant. The result is a riff on colorful Indian motifs as well as vintage American sign painting. The words "Hope Please" are a nod to Indian trucks, which often bear signs that read 'Horn OK Please!’”

 

6 Stylish Spots (With Real Food + Drink) to Watch the Super Bowl - 7x7 by Jen Woo, Feb. 1st, 2018

*dosa by DOSA image is used for the article’s cover photo!*

“Skip the standard game day fare and feast on mouthwatering Indian eats at Dosa by Dosa where, yes, they will be showing the game. Choose from 10 different varieties of dosas, homestyle curry rice bowls, and street wraps with grilled roti. We're particularly excited about the drink options here—you won't get beer bloat from a mango cardamom lassi, banana turmeric lassi, or a masala chai. However, if you're looking for a boozy beverage, they'll be running happy hour specials from 9am to 9:30pm, which includes $5 slush cocktails, local beer, and wine as well as $1 off all small plates. Don't forget a side of idli fries, wok-tossed with curry leaves and spices. A little birdie also told us that you'll be able to taste free samples of menu favs throughout the day.”

 

New: Dosa by DOSA - Diablo Magazine by Staff, Feb. 1st, 2018

“The concept is fast-casual, but when the authentic Indian cuisine arrives, slow down; its depth evokes symphonies and fine wine far more than texts and T-shirts. Located in booming Uptown Oakland, Dosa by DOSA’s cavernous and well-lit space captures a feeling that’s at once classic and modern. The crispy, made-to-order dosas are a revelation and can be stuffed with a myriad of meats and vegetables. But the 15 assertive spices in the side of sambar (lentil “dipping” soup) alone deserve your undivided attention. From the 10 dosas on the menu, we enjoyed the Tamil lamb—tender morsels of meat aglow with cloves and cinnamon—and the butter chicken redolent of ginger and garlic. Rice bowls and wraps are among the other all-day options. If you have time, enjoy full service at the bar: Start with a spicy cocktail and finger foods such as idli fries or Chennai fried chicken, and finish with hazelnut fudge.”

 

Where to Eat and Drink in Oakland's Northgate-Waverly Neighborhood - Eater by Rodrigo Ormachea and Ellen Fort, Jan 22nd, 2018

The fast casual spinoff of Dosa is now open on the corner of Broadway and Webster serving its signature dish alongside South Indian-spiced cocktails. It's roomy and high-ceilinged, with ample seating inside, and a small patio outside. The menu offers wraps, salads, rice bowls, small plates like samosas and stuffed naan — most importantly, however, breakfast brings egg dosas and other flavorful ways to start the day.

 

13 New Restaurants to Ring in the New Year - The Week by Devra Ferst Jan.1st, 2018

“Across the bay in Oakland, the Dosa team is serving variations of their namesake dish, including a breakfast version with eggs and cheese. The setting is more casual than the other two locations of Dosa, so plan to order your meal at the counter.”

 

All the East Bay restaurants that opened and closed in December - Nosh by Sarah Han, Dec. 26th, 2017

“On Dec. 15, the husband-wife team that owns DOSA restaurants in San Francisco opened their new all-day, counter-service restaurant in Uptown Oakland at The Hive. Called dosa by DOSA, the restaurant has a more casual vibe, cheaper prices and a menu geared towards a more on-the-go type crowd. In the mornings until 11 a.m., there’s a breakfast menu that includes a variety of dosa, Tandoor oven-baked stuffed naan and comforting soups and porridges. For lunch and dinner, the menu expands with salads, rice bowls, wraps and more dosa. As with its other restaurants, dosa by DOSA offers creative craft cocktails, including herbaceous and spice-tinged drinks with Indian flavors. dosa by DOSA, 2301 Broadway (at 23rd), Oakland”

 

Ellen Fort's Instagram - January 12

The new @dosabydosa in Oakland has its namesake dish to eat in or takeout in an ingenious custom-designed dosa caddy. #obsessed #goodpackaging#gooddosa #eatersf

 

Hottest Restaurants and Bars in Oakland and Berkeley – Zagat by Zagat Staff, Jan. 15th, 2018

Oakland’s stylish DOSA spin-off offers counter-serve tandoori, street snacks and Indian classics given a contemporary spin, plus excellent cocktails.

Must-order: Butter chicken dosa; coconut kale mung salad; tamil lamb street wrap on grilled roti; Bengali gimlet with curried nectar

Insider tip: Unlike the DOSAs in SF, Oakland's serves breakfast daily. Chicken sausage scramble dosas anyone?

 

Hottest Fast-Casual Restaurants in San Francisco - Zagat by Zagat Staff, Jan. 2nd, 2018

Ignore the bizarre name and focus on one of the most original fast-casual concepts to hit the Bay Area. DOSA's owner Anjan Mitra decided to open his third venture in Oakland and opted for an all-day bar and counter-service model. While the setup is different and adds more bargain-friendly items like rice bowls and wraps the core of the restaurant remains Indian spice-tinged cocktails and several vibrant cross-over salads and (the heart of the menu) dosas.

 

13 New Restaurants to Ring in the New Year - The Week by Devra Ferst Jan.1st, 2018

Across the bay in Oakland, the Dosa team is serving variations of their namesake dish, including a breakfast version with eggs and cheese. The setting is more casual than the other two locations of Dosa, so plan to order your meal at the counter.

 

Berkeley-Founded CREAM Comes on Strong - The Monthly, Anneli Star Josselin Rufus, January issue

Husband-and-wife team Anjan and Emily Mitra, founders of San Francisco's DOSA restaurants, have launched their first counter-service concept this week at Uptown's Hive. Serving what the Mitras call "approachable, yet refined" food and dinner seven days, dosa by DOSA--that's its name--is outfitted with a dosa grill and two tandoor ovens.

 

 

 

 

 


2017 & Before

All the East Bay restaurants that opened and closed in December – BerkeleySide by Sarah Han, Dec. 26th, 2017

On Dec. 15, the husband-wife team that owns DOSA restaurants in San Francisco opened their new all-day, counter-service restaurant in Uptown Oakland at The Hive. Called dosa by DOSA, the restaurant has a more casual vibe, cheaper prices and a menu geared towards a more on-the-go type crowd. In the mornings until 11 a.m., there’s a breakfast menu that includes a variety of dosa, Tandoor oven-baked stuffed naan and comforting soups and porridges. For lunch and dinner, the menu expands with salads, rice bowls, wraps and more dosa. As with its other restaurants, dosa by DOSA offers creative craft cocktails, including herbaceous and spice-tinged drinks with Indian flavors. dosa by DOSA, 2301 Broadway (at 23rd), Oakland

 

Dosa Gets Casual and Your Christmas Gets Dapper - Urban Daddy by Joe Starket, Dec. 20th, 2018

You already know DOSA as the high-end Indian restaurant that's perfect for a date. But now it's time for you to get to know their lowercase little brother, Dosa--a casual new Indian spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner with kebabs, dosas and slushie cocktails. Still perfect for a date.

 

18 Things to Do + Eat This Week: A Winter Walk, Christmas at Hogwarts, Dosa in Oakland + More - 7x7 by Jen Woo, Dec. 18th, 2018

Oaklanders, rejoice! Dosa opened the doors to their multihued East Bay installation December 15th, and it's packed with all of your favorite made-to-order kebabs, dosas, rice bowls, and shared plates. Go anytime from breakfast through cocktail hour at the full bar. Right in the bustling Hive hub with Drake's Dealership and Firebrand Artisan Breads, the casual counter-service is open everyday.

 

Modern Indian street food finds a home in Uptown Oakland at dosa by DOSA – BerkeleySide by Sarah Han, Dec. 14th, 2017

Anjan and Emily Mitra first opened DOSA in San Francisco’s Mission District in 2005. At the time, it was one of the first restaurants in the Bay Area to offer an elevated take on South Indian fare. Now, more than 10 years later, the husband-and-wife team are about to open their third location, the first outside of San Francisco, in Oakland.

 

Inside the Vibrant Indian Marketplace of dosa by DOSA – Eater by Caleb Pershan, Dec. 14th, 2017

Uptown Oakland is about to get its first taste of San Francisco’s long-running South Indian hotspot DOSA with the new, casual counter-service restaurant dosa by DOSA. The doors to this colorful marketplace-inspired space at 2301 Broadway open Friday, December 15, and after that, they stay open all day, every day, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. — or from breakfast through cocktail hour at the full bar.

 

Oakland's dosa by DOSA Opens Tomorrow with South Indian Fare Served All Day - East Bay Express by Janelle Bitker, Dec. 14th, 2017

“The fast-casual companion to DOSA still focuses on its namesake dosa — the paper-thin, South Indian pancake made of rice and lentils — but also whips up crowd-pleasing wraps, rice bowls, salads, and street food-inspired small plates. Eating with your hands is encouraged, and the most expensive items on the menu are $13.95. Vegans and gluten-free eaters also have plenty of options here.”

 

Dosa team opens new restaurant in Uptown Oakland - San Francisco Chronicle by Justin Phillips, Dec. 13th, 2017

It’s being called dosa by Dosa (the lowercase “d” emphasizing its more casual nature, according to the Mitras). And it is slated to open Friday, Dec. 15. With the new venture, Anjan and Emily are hopping on the fast-casual, counter-service train, meaning it will be a more downscale, all-day affair than the two San Francisco Dosa locations that have dishes like grass-fed lamb and prawn masala for about $30 per plate.

 

Dosa by Dosa Opens Friday at The Hive in Uptown Oakland – SF Weekly by Peter Lawrence Kane, Dec. 13th, 2017

The two DOSAs, one on Valencia Street in the Mission and the other on Fillmore Street in Japantown, have long been higher-end South Indian staples of their respective restaurants. In the last year-and-a-half, there’s been a new crop of upscale regional Indian cuisine, led by August 1 Five, Babu Ji, and Rooh. But for their third restaurant, DOSA founders Anjan and Emily Mitra opted to go in the other direction.


Dosa’s South Indian Flavors Still Reign Supreme on the Casual Menu of dosa by Dosa – Eater by Ellen Fort, Dec 12th, 2017

 

Diablo Dish: Dosa by DOSA Debuts in the East Bay – Diablo Magazine by Clay Kallam, Dec. 12th, 2017

“Dosa by DOSA will be open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For breakfast, look for delicious specials such as South Indian pongal, a creamy Indian “oatmeal” featuring slow-cooked basmati rice, lentils, toasted cashews, raisins, and jaggery. There will a large dining area as well as some outdoor space where diners can enjoy the food and drinks from the bar, which will literally spice up some familiar cocktails.”

 

San Francisco’s Dosa expanding to Uptown Oakland – Mercury News by Linda Zavoral, Dec. 6th, 2017

After a dozen years of success in San Francisco, the owners of Dosa are bringing their South Indian specialties to the East Bay. On Thursday, Dec. 14, Anjan and Emily Mitra’s new casual concept, a counter-service “dosa by DOSA,” will open at the Hive, a work-live-eat space in Oakland’s Uptown district.

 

18 Things to Do + Eat This Week: A Winter Walk, Christmas at Hogwarts, Dosa in Oakland + More - 7x7 by Jen Woo, Dec. 18th, 2018

Oaklanders, rejoice! Dosa opened the doors to their multihued East Bay installation December 15th, and it's packed with all of your favorite made-to-order kebabs, dosas, rice bowls, and shared plates. Go anytime from breakfast through cocktail hour at the full bar. Right in the bustling Hive hub with Drake's Dealership and Firebrand Artisan Breads, the casual counter-service is open everyday.

 

Modern Indian street food finds a home in Uptown Oakland at dosa by DOSA – BerkeleySide by Sarah Han, Dec. 14th, 2017

Anjan and Emily Mitra first opened DOSA in San Francisco’s Mission District in 2005. At the time, it was one of the first restaurants in the Bay Area to offer an elevated take on South Indian fare. Now, more than 10 years later, the husband-and-wife team are about to open their third location, the first outside of San Francisco, in Oakland.

 

Inside the Vibrant Indian Marketplace of dosa by DOSA – Eater by Caleb Pershan, Dec. 14th, 2017

Uptown Oakland is about to get its first taste of San Francisco’s long-running South Indian hotspot DOSA with the new, casual counter-service restaurant dosa by DOSA. The doors to this colorful marketplace-inspired space at 2301 Broadway open Friday, December 15, and after that, they stay open all day, every day, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. — or from breakfast through cocktail hour at the full bar.

 

Oakland's dosa by DOSA Opens Tomorrow with South Indian Fare Served All Day - East Bay Express by Janelle Bitker, Dec. 14th, 2017

“The fast-casual companion to DOSA still focuses on its namesake dosa — the paper-thin, South Indian pancake made of rice and lentils — but also whips up crowd-pleasing wraps, rice bowls, salads, and street food-inspired small plates. Eating with your hands is encouraged, and the most expensive items on the menu are $13.95. Vegans and gluten-free eaters also have plenty of options here.”

 

Dosa team opens new restaurant in Uptown Oakland - San Francisco Chronicle by Justin Phillips, Dec. 13th, 2017

It’s being called dosa by Dosa (the lowercase “d” emphasizing its more casual nature, according to the Mitras). And it is slated to open Friday, Dec. 15. With the new venture, Anjan and Emily are hopping on the fast-casual, counter-service train, meaning it will be a more downscale, all-day affair than the two San Francisco Dosa locations that have dishes like grass-fed lamb and prawn masala for about $30 per plate.

 

Dosa by Dosa Opens Friday at The Hive in Uptown Oakland – SF Weekly by Peter Lawrence Kane, Dec. 13th, 2017

The two DOSAs, one on Valencia Street in the Mission and the other on Fillmore Street in Japantown, have long been higher-end South Indian staples of their respective restaurants. In the last year-and-a-half, there’s been a new crop of upscale regional Indian cuisine, led by August 1 Five, Babu Ji, and Rooh. But for their third restaurant, DOSA founders Anjan and Emily Mitra opted to go in the other direction.

 

Dosa’s South Indian Flavors Still Reign Supreme on the Casual Menu of dosa by Dosa – Eater by Ellen Fort, Dec 12th, 2017

This week, owners Anjan and Emily Mitra of Dosa will open their third restaurant in Uptown Oakland, marking the duo’s first venture across the bay. The lowercase “d” in dosa by Dosa is no coincidence — it indicates the more casual, counter service nature of the Oakland restaurant, where an entirely new menu will debut on Friday, December 15.The South Indian flavors for which Dosa is known will remain strong, but in a different format. At dosa by Dosa, the menu is divided into shorter categories like dosas, rice bowls (choose your base and protein), salads, “street wraps,” and shared plates — it’s a low-key version of Dosa’s two SF locations, where diners order fancier small plates like Miyagi oysters with lemon-chili sauce, versus dosa’s channa fried chicken, and naan.

 

Diablo Dish: Dosa by DOSA Debuts in the East Bay – Diablo Magazine by Clay Kallam, Dec. 12th, 2017

“Dosa by DOSA will be open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For breakfast, look for delicious specials such as South Indian pongal, a creamy Indian “oatmeal” featuring slow-cooked basmati rice, lentils, toasted cashews, raisins, and jaggery. There will a large dining area as well as some outdoor space where diners can enjoy the food and drinks from the bar, which will literally spice up some familiar cocktails.”

 

San Francisco’s Dosa expanding to Uptown Oakland – Mercury News by Linda Zavoral, Dec. 6th, 2017

After a dozen years of success in San Francisco, the owners of Dosa are bringing their South Indian specialties to the East Bay. On Thursday, Dec. 14, Anjan and Emily Mitra’s new casual concept, a counter-service “dosa by DOSA,” will open at the Hive, a work-live-eat space in Oakland’s Uptown district.

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