Kenji's Teriyaki Grill, run by husband and wife Kin and Lee Jew, is one of several new establishments on the southeast corner of Blackstone and Bullard avenues, including Dickey's, Jersey Mikes, Krispy Kreme and a dental office.
Felix Muzquiz, marketing director for the Tower District Marketing Committee, talks about the many changes in the popular Fresno district, such as renovated and new restaurants, like the loved Livingstone’s, hopefully opening next month, and the new Hi-Top Coffee shop, among others.
Sumalee Barnett always wanted to run a restaurant business after being influenced by her mother. She believes she has a winning combination with counter-service ordering and table seating for those wanting to dine in.
Some of the best offerings of the Central Valley on display and for sampling at the Fresno Food Expo at the Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center. Agnes Saghatelian, owner of Valley Lavosh Company, and vice chair for the Fresno Food Expo board of directors, talks about what the expo has to offer.
Shayna Telesmanic, owner of Young Chef’s Academy in Fresno, said nice cream is super simple to make, having made it several times with her two young daughters, Alexandria and Caroline. They demonstrate here.
Fresnans could start seeing more drive-thru businesses as the City Council takes the first step to ease restrictions on where they can be built. Here's a peek at what a typical day looks like at a Dutch Bros. (This one at Bullard and West avenues.)