There’s no shortage of wonderful imported and domestic cheeses at Ratto’s for your holiday gatherings. Take the edge off entertaining by welcoming your guests with a glass of wine and a beautifully arranged cheese board with all the accoutrements. Our cheese case is filled to the brim with a wonderful assortment of our favorites, along with a few specials for the holiday season. Come in and peruse our selection. If you need help deciding what to get, we’d be happy to give recommendations and samples. You’ll love our cute little crocks of St. Marcellin that can be popped into the oven to warm, a nutty Garroxta from Spain, and St. Andre, our favorite triple creme from France. We always feature Humboldt Fog, our top seller for cheese platters, and Manchego is always a crowd pleaser. You’ll want to garnish your cheese platter with quince paste, fig jam, dried fruits, nuts and a good assortment of olives & crackers, all available at Ratto’s. Need a charcuterie platter to accompany the cheese? Pick up a stick of authentic Iberico chorizo from Spain, some prosciutto, an assortment of salumi, and a little pate. If you’re pressed for time, let us cater your party with one of our cheese or deli platters. Check our catering menu for details.
New Hours starting Monday, August 26th!
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday 9:00am - 3:30pm
Phone: (510) 832-6503 or Fax: (510) 836-2250
Daily Specials for Thu, Dec 5thVegetarian Cannellini Bean
MusicMichael Hauser plays jazz piano on Saturdays, from 12-3
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Offer good for whole sandwiches, or half sandwich + soup or side salad. One punch per sandwich ordered. In-store purchases only. Maximum value of free sandwich is $6.75. If a more expensive sandwich is ordered, customer will pay the difference.
What a classic, family owned, old world deli and marketplace, They make a real Chicago Italian beef sandwich, with some of the best salads on earth......
Wonderful Old World Charm, fabulous food, & helpful staff! Great sandwiches & salads & a soup of the day for lunch. Live music on Friday afternoons is a real treat. Ratto's is the BEST Deli in Oakland!
September 20, 2013
The Old Oakland Farmer’s Market is in full swing with late Summer’s bounty! Stone fruits abound, there are squashes of many shapes and colors, and oh, those beautiful heirloom tomatoes… After the market, stop by Ratto’s for some new, spectacular … Continue reading →
September 5, 2013
Hey all you music lovers, come down to Ratto’s this Saturday, September 7th for some live jazz featuring vocalist Mary D’Orazi, jazz drummer Greg German, and our house pianist Michael Hauser. They’ll perform some gorgeous renditions of jazz standards and … Continue reading →
August 29, 2013
While we can anticipate many weeks of glorious warm weather ahead, the Labor Day weekend officially marks the end of Summer. If you’re planning a picnic or a home BBQ to mark the occasion, you’ll do well to stop by … Continue reading →
August 9, 2013
There’s no better time than summer to enjoy a crisp white wine! Serve this wonderful Alsatian Pinot Blanc ($16.79) with seafood, white meat or cheese. The dry Gewurztraminer ($21.69) is great with seafood or as an aperitif. The award-winning Domaine … Continue reading →
June 29, 2013
What a beautiful day to hang out at Ratto’s for a great deli sandwich, a cold drink and some cool, breezy, warm & wonderful jazz featuring Mary D’Orazi on vocals, Greg German on drums and Michael Hauser on keyboards. 12:30-3:00. … Continue reading →
June 14, 2013
Juicy stone fruits, bundles of herbs, colorful vegetables and legumes, and summer flowers are here every Friday. Have a breakfast wrap and take a stroll. We made a puree from last week’s favas, as well as a stone fruit pie! … Continue reading →
June 8, 2013
Picnic weather! Grab a sandwich, cheeses, meats, crackers, chips, and drinks. Pack it up and enjoy this fabulous intro to summer with a visit to one of our gorgeous parks. We’re bringing along yesterday’s Farmer’s Market Peaches, too. Alternately, hang out … Continue reading →