Piemonte's Italian Delicatessen manager Ty Urner explains how the original business opened in 1929 as a small meat market in downtown Fresno and then moved in the mid 1960's to its present location as a fast paced deli in the Tower District. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee
Piemonte's Italian Delicatessen manager Ty Urner explains how the original business opened in 1929 as a small meat market in downtown Fresno and then moved in the mid 1960's to its present location as a fast paced deli in the Tower District. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee

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Tower District changes: New sub shop coming, changes at Mia Cuppa, Piemonte’s, more

March 28, 2017 12:00 PM

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