“The bacon law” is likely to wreak havoc on the supply chain for bacon and other pork products. Why? Because California officials released new regulations mere weeks before it becomes active law.
The coffee chain with cult-like following among Valley millennials is offering customers their first chance to own a piece of the company.
The northeast Fresno pizzeria from restaurateur Jimmy Pardini opens Wednesday looking to the popular Italian pizza from the Annex Kitchen and give it a bit of an American vibe.
Cork & Knife, a wine bar-meets-retail store, is set to open in Old Town Clovis on July 8 with more than 100 varieties of wine and hopes of turning into an event hub in the entertainment district.
As the Central Valley faces triple-digit temps, organizers of two local farmers markets have cancelled their events this week due to the severe heat.
The giveaways – limited to June 15 – are tied to California’s coronavirus vaccination incentive campaign. Here’s what the restaurants are offering diners.
For a subset of Fresnans, the tagline “A tradition unlike any other” applies to the first sale of Fresno State sweet corn, not the Masters Tournament.
Southeast Fresno is about to welcome two fast-food establishment with loyal, cult-like followings.
One of Fresno’s most popular restaurant groups made the switch from mandatory to optional mask wearing for patrons and staff, citing vastly improved conditions.
The Los Angeles donut icon known as much for its oversized plaster donut billboard as it is for its wide variety of pastries is branching out.