Over the course of two decades, the sandwich artisans of The Corner Cafe have perfected the architecture of the stack, the bread-to-ingredients ratio, and the angle of that final slice. Served daily, the lunch menu details classics such as the award-winning Clovis club alongside daily specials that rotate throughout the week. In addition to signature sandwiches, the cafe slings seven kinds of char-broiled Angus beef burger, each topped with an array of ingredients that range from avocados to American-cheese flags.
Experience dining at its finest in picturesque Old Town Clovis. Victoria Rose Cottage offers specialty sandwiches, salads and full tea service. Choose from a variety of delectable desserts to finish off your meal. Don't forget to ask about our daily specials.
A colorful cartoon mural of a longhorn bull welcomes visitors to Full O' Bull Sandwich Shop, alluding to the hearty steak sandwiches found inside. Guests sink their teeth into moveable feasts of steak and pastrami, turkey and guacamole, or the classic ham 'n' cheese, all garnished with fixings such as wax peppers, vinegar, onions, and tomatoes. A forest of umbrella-topped tables invites patrons to enjoy their meals in the open air and shade of the patio. Sandwich makers also construct massive party subs that can feed dozens of friends and clog pretty much any type of T-shirt cannon.
There are a few quick giveaways that designate Sandy's Country Junction as a true down-home restaurant. One is the western decor, complete with antiquated ads for iced tea and a statue of a cowboy atop a bucking bronco. Another is the service, which is replete with easy smiles. The menu is what truly cements the rustic vibe, though. Here, you can find beverages in two sizes: regular or boot. And if you opt for a boot of milk, you'll have to choose from standard milk, chocolate milk, or buttermilk, which is produced by cows who exclusively eat movie theatre popcorn.
The venue has been serving up breakfast and lunch in Clovis for nearly 20 years, enough time to develop a knack for country specialties. These include chicken-fried steak, biscuits with gravy, and more than 10 types of omelettes, which can arrive stuffed with fixings such as chili beans and chorizo. A large selection of afternoon dishes features sandwiches named after famous westerners. The Calamity Jane, for example, piles roast beef and jack cheese onto grilled sourdough. For kids, the kitchen preps junior quesadillas and dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets.
Flamous Grill serves an eclectic mix of fired-up favorites, mixing barbecue grub with Asian-sauce-infused meats. Choose a region to your tummy’s liking and check the menu for its respective culinary creations. On the Western side, the cowboy sandwich corrals nearly a half-pound of succulent, marinated beef, tossing it in the house barbecue sauce and slapping it between a bunkbed of garlic bread ($7.99). Complement entrees with a baked-potato side, such as the cheesy variety, topped with extra cheddar and a constellation of bacon bits and green onions ($5.49). Travel across the Pacific without having to rev up the family aqua-motorcycle with an order of spicy California rolls ($3.25), or satiate taste buds with the Mongolian pork quick wok ($6.49). Drinks add another regional twist: you can guzzle down a creamy coconut smoothie ($3.25) or crack into a pineapple juice ($1.50). Drive up to Flamous Grill’s warm, convivial storefront to get your grub to-go, or have Flamous deliver straight to your laser-guarded bio-dome.
Owner Rosalinda Tovar delights Fresno-area eaters with a menu of authentic, award-winning Mexican cuisine. On weekends, patrons can partake of the accolade-earning menudo, a hominy-and-tripe soup ($6.25 for a small bowl). Many a blushing taste bud has fallen prey to the tamales, a seductive selection of pork, chicken, or beef wrapped within a tailored waistcoat of fresh corn masa and an elegant corn-husk dinner jacket ($10.95 for a plate of two). The fajitas deluxe showcases a sizzling triumvirate of beef, chicken, and shrimp with mixed veggies, guacamole, and sour cream ($14.95). For chronic coin-flippers, the list of combination plates stumps the stodgiest statisticians with its overwhelming set of flavor coefficients (up to $10.95). All entrees come with rice and beans.
The staff at Dinner MyWay takes on the tasks of menu planning, ingredient chopping, grocery procurement, and mess correction for all-but-cooked family-style dinners. Pick up ready-to-go dinners, or construct them yourself at the fully equipped assembly stations, where ingredients can be modified to suit a family's taste preferences, allergies, or the food-color demands of hue-coordinating pets. Unlike the covers of health magazines, Dinner MyWay’s menu visibly changes each month, featuring 24 different meals a month.