A restaurant dedicated to the best food on earth: macaroni and cheese!
July specials: Pesto Mac (two ways!) and heirloom tomato salad!
Homeroom restaurant is located at 400 40th street, oakland 94609.
Homeroom To Go is located one block away at
Pick up your take-out orders at Homeroom To Go, down the block from the restaurant!
While you’re there, you’ll also find beer and wine, hot sauces, new menu items, and more!
Homeroom has nice big platters of mac and cheese for pick-up or delivery.
And we now have sampler platters!
We have small platters for sharing between 4-6 people, and large platters for parties between 6-8...
The mac + cheese cookbook available now!
Three years and thousands of macs later, we’ve turned our expertise into an awesome cookbook. It has all your favorite homeroom recipes, plus a ton of new recipes (like patatas bravas mac, shepherd pie mac, four-cheese mac and more).
If you’ve ever come in to visit us, you may have noticed our nifty vintage library card catalogue sittin’ pretty on the inside wall of our space. The UC Berkeley Water Library was doing some renovations around the time we opened (what are the odds!), and we gladly took it off their hands—that’s why, you may have noticed, all the cards are water-related.
Anyways, you may also have noticed that it tends to get a bit…unruly in there. Many of you clever, clever people have marked your cards so you can find them easily; we’re sure a whole bunch of you keep them in your wallets so they don’t get lost in the madness.
However, a few weeks ago, we put up signs that we’d be looking at new loyalty programs for all you mac & cheese-loving folks, and we’re excited to announce that we’ve found one! We love it, and we think you will too.
It’s called THANX, and it’s super easy. Here’s the condensed version:
- Sign up with your email address.
- Register your credit card in the app (don’t worry, they never store your info!).
- Earn free mac and cheese.
That’s it. Through a bit of technological *~*magic*~*, when you buy mac and cheese with your card, the app automatically notifies you that you’ve progressed towards your ultimate reward: more mac and cheese, for free. That’s right—same as the stamp cards, after you get 10 macs (over the course of ten visits), we’ll give you a free one! No keytag to scan, no check-in to log, no hassle to you or us. It’s so perfect, they even wrote a blog post about our partnership! Plus, when you sign up, we’ll give you a free oreo or brownie, because we know change is hard.
Prefer cash? No problem. Just scan a quick pic of your receipt in the app, and the folks over at Thanx will manually adjust your progress.
It’s as simple as that. If you’re in the middle of your stamp card, don’t worry! We’ll keep stampin’ until either your card is full or New Year’s hits; after that, we’re clearing out all the cards and starting 2016 off in the right century.
Want to share your excitement? Still got questions? Hit us up via email—info[at]homeroom510[dot]com.
Summer’s finally here, and we all know what that means: schools are out, the sun’s up until almost 9, and our summer specials are back! The Spring Mac is going back in the vault and we’ll be finishing up up the delicious asparagus we’ve had on the menu as it goes out of season, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with the
We use a whole third-cup of homemade pesto in each mac, plus our classic mac sauce and some sharp 2-year aged cheddar. Not feelin’ the ooey-gooey version? No problem, just ask for your mac to be made with just pesto, no sauce. Either way you go, it’s as close as you can get to summer in a bowl.
Luckily, it just so happens to pair perfectly with our heirloom tomato salad! You know, those giant multicolored ones heaped high at the market around this time of year—they’re the ones. Drizzled with a bit of fruity, zesty olive oil and some balsamic vinegar…we don’t need to say much more. So here’s a picture.
To top it all off, we’re open for our regular hours on Independence Day, so you can come in and get your mac fix any time between 11AM and 10PM. See you soon!
*…we say tomahto! And pesto.Read More