The freshest, most phenomenal food, is found in the number one agricultural producing county in the nation.
Revel in a meal crafted with fresh ingredients grown and produced by surrounding farms. With close to two million acres of farmland producing the most agriculture in the nation, Fresno County is a foodie wonderland and mecca of farm-to-table cuisine.
Tucked in the countryside, inside a brick schoolhouse built 100 years ago, School House Restaurant & Tavern serves award-winning meals crafted with fresh ingredients. Trelio in Old Town Clovis, serves handmade pasta dishes created with premium ingredients found locally. Quail State and Tabachines Cocina use local hand-gathered eggs and artisan cheeses produced just miles away at Rocky Oaks Goat Creamery. Libelula (home to the 8-inch Big A$$ Cinnamon Rolls) also keeps the Rocky Oaks Goat Creamery's farm fresh eggs on-hand as a restaurant staple, along with fresh produce from Vineyard Farmers Market; Chef Ian is frequently spotted shopping at the market to personally select the finest ingredients himself.
Savor the abundance of Fresno County's unparalleled dining experiences.
Did you know that The Annex Kitchen uses Fresno State corn which is located only 6 miles away?
School House Restaurant & Tavern in Sanger uses produce grown by Clovis East High School students which is 21 minutes away (15 miles).
Trelio Food & Wine chefs prepare their delicious meals with goat cheese produced at Rocky Oaks Goat Creamery in Sanger (only 11 miles away).