Sprouts & Shutters: Store Opens, Restaurant Closes

Here’s your roundup of retail, restaurant and other business news in Oakland. Find out what's opening, closing and changing around town.

Wondering what new businesses are opening and changing in your town? Our “Sprouts & Shutters” column highlights restaurant, retail and other business news in Oakland.

An Oakland clothes manufacturer that sells to 200 retail outlets across the country has opened her first store in Rockridge. Lesley Evers' shop on College Avenue near the BART station opened a little more than a week ago. A grand opening is planned for Feb. 8. The new store is down the street from which sells the Lesley Evers line of women's clothing.

The Zatis restaurant is closing up shop. The owner told Patch she has sold the facility at 4029 Piedmont Ave. and is getting out of the restaurant business. She said her restaurant would close in about a month. She wouldn't say what new business will occupy the space. If you've heard anything, let us know.


paula sullivan silver January 28, 2013 at 04:16 PM
Robin Wells January 28, 2013 at 05:37 PM
Zati in a lovely man. Not sure who *she* is. As above, Homestead is moving in. Wondering about your source, as this is all well-known, of course.


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