Gustavo Pineda owns Gus Kabob with his brother at 855 M St., next to Kiku Floral in downtown Fresno. He named the Mediterranean restaurant after himself because he always dreamed of having a restaurant with his name on it.
Gustavo Pineda owns Gus Kabob with his brother at 855 M St., next to Kiku Floral in downtown Fresno. He named the Mediterranean restaurant after himself because he always dreamed of having a restaurant with his name on it. Bethany Clough bclough@fresnobee.com
Gustavo Pineda owns Gus Kabob with his brother at 855 M St., next to Kiku Floral in downtown Fresno. He named the Mediterranean restaurant after himself because he always dreamed of having a restaurant with his name on it. Bethany Clough bclough@fresnobee.com

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