Rockridge Market Hall is Oakland’s marketplace, a collection of eight owner-operated shops, each expert in their crafts, creating the building blocks of home dining, creative cooking and festive entertaining. This neighborhood cornerstone is greater than the sum of its parts. Custom-built to welcome the curious, the architectural design is partially open to the sidewalk, part of the language of the vibrant street culture. Floral displays, the clink of wine bottles, the smells of roasted chicken and fresh croissants, inside and outside, all at once.
When owners, and siblings, Sara, Peter and Tony Wilson purchased the BART adjacent property and started building in 1987, the food world was coming out of a convenience-induced slumber and there was a burgeoning excitement about real food. The Wilsons gathered co-conspirators (Paul Marcus Wines was one of the first tenants) to establish a spirit of independence and dedication to quality in the DNA of Rockridge Market Hall. The Wilsons and the merchants behind each of the shops, the employees and the customers are all part of this Oakland institution. Rockridge Market Hall is proud to be a business in this risk-taking, diverse and passionate city.
We are more than just a place to work.
Click below to view current employment opportunities at Market Hall Foods (Market Hall Bakery, Market Hall Produce, Market Hall Foods, Market Hall Caterers and Hapuku Fish Shop)--coming soon, Marin Sun Farms and Highwire Coffee Roasters. For information about possible openings at Paul Marcus Wines or Wildflower & Fern please check their websites or contact them directly.