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.
John WalkerThe Fresno Bee
Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill
Meet the Liege waffle, served up by new mobile eatery Wafflicious
Shhhh. ... There's a new speakeasy bar in Fresno's Tower District
What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains
Old Town Clovis points to restaurants, stores that attract younger people
Que Pasa! opens at Campus Pointe, featuring tequila bar and a sizzling dish
Big changes are underway in the Tower District
Dale Bros. Coffee has a long history in Fresno
Take a tour of Smallcakes, a new Fresno 'cupcakery'
Uncle Harry's closes its Fig Garden bagelry doors for good
You won't need a golden ticket to tour Grandpa's popcorn factory in Fresno
A new downtown restaurant, Tapsi, showcases Filipino cuisine. Owner Doreen Key talks about a traditional meal offered, a popular dish called tapsilog that has three main features: meat or fish, garlic fried rice and an over-easy egg.
Shawn Miller, business development manager for the city of Clovis, talks about the changes for Old Town Clovis, including the new SoFi District. Old Town still has its antique stores, but new businesses are attracting younger customers.
Mexican grill Que Pasa! serves a variety of dishes, including the molcajete, a piping-hot dish with roasted cactus and chorizo served in a black lava rock bowl. Que Pasa! opened Oct. 9 in The Square at Campus Pointe, east of Save Mart Center and Fresno State.
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.
Fred Campbell, 78, of Grandpa's Popcorn & Sweets, gives a lucky customer a tour inside the newly opened and family-run popcorn store, cupcake bakery and candy store on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, in Fresno.
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.