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Like the Belgian consulate inconveniently built in Fenway Park?s center field, Monet's acts a cozy enclave of Europe on American soil. Its French chef works diligently to mirror that inimitable vibe with dish after dish of grilled salmon with portobello ravioli, croque monsieur sandwiches, sweet and savory crepes, and ciabatta pizzas topped with tapenade, pestos, capers, and roasted garlic. Sidewalk seating adds a drizzle of fresh air to desserts of creme brul?e and French apple tart, but Monet?s interior keeps the atmosphere intimate with tin ceilings, chocolate-colored wooden tables, soft candlelight, and an extensive list of wines.

120 S E St
Exeter,
CA
US

We are family friendly place with a sports bar atmosphere. Some of the items on our menu arer chicken wings with your choice of 8 different sauces, fried chicken, a variety of hamburgers and lots of appetizers.

We also have 2 flat screen televions for your viewing pleasure. Come on over and watch your favorite team.

250 E Antelope Ave
Woodlake,
CA
US

Roasting fresh coffee daily, this independent shop distributes a variety of premium beans that range from smooth to bold, as well as specialty bags of organic and flavored coffees like chocolate macadamia nut, cinnamon nut cream, pumpkin spice, and Irish cream. Mavericks Roasting Company's leading roast, Midnight Ride ($12.95/pound), embodies the company's signature style, with 100% pure Arabica beans slow roasted to bold, bitterness-free, aromatic bliss. On the lighter side, try Peru Organic—certified by the Organic Crop Improvement Association—which is roasted with the same pure Arabica beans to a smooth finish, or the indulgent Mudslide, which is so satisfyingly rich, you might find Scrooge McDuck swimming in it.

238 E Caldwell Ave
Visalia,
CA
US

Fugazzis brings sophisticated ambience and casual fine dining to its clients with menus melded from fresh, local ingredients. Fugazzis California Bistro, the collective's flagship restaurant, parachutes palates into a metropolitan atmosphere matched with modern appetite appeasers. Delve into its menu with an order of sweet-potato fries ($6.75) or coconut prawns ($8.95) before opting for the Fugazzis Pizza, boasting barbecue sauce, chicken, artichokes, and sun-dried tomatoes ($13). Sandwichy sustenance includes the halibut wrap ($11.50), and more elaborate entrees range from spinach-striped raviolis ($12.75) to a grilled rack of lamb ($24.95). Fugazzis California Grill serves up lunch and dinner for both midday marauders and moonlit mischief makers. Dinner highlights include a pear and walnut salad tiara’d in tangy honey-mustard dressing and blackened grilled chicken ($10.75), as well as fire-flicked flare such as a 10 oz. filet mignon ($24.95) and an Atlantic salmon filet ($19.95).

127 W Main St
Visalia,
CA
US

The cooks at Amir's Kabob turn out large plates of fresh Middle Eastern cuisine. A serving of creamy hummus or baba ghanouj is a good way to kick off a meal, and makes for great dipping with some pita or falafel. The main courses hew toward the meaty and robust; there's beef, chicken, and lamb shish kebabs, shawarma, and the Jordan River plate that includes salmon seasoned with garlic and lemon. There's also a falafel plate for vegetarians served with rice, salad, and hummus, and fruit cocktails that add a sweet, healthy capper to the meal.

3129 West Noble Avenue
Visalia,
CA
US

Iron Wood Grill at Valley Oaks Golf Course

serves up a slice of Americana for breakfast and lunch, with a side of golf-course views. Executive Chef Mazeo Frazer and Sous Chef Joey Canales dish a daily menu of hamburgers and sandwiches, along with occasional specials such as chile verde and pulled pork sandwiches. Apart from regular dining service, the venue provides a place for evening events, capably housing up to 200 guests in rooms with panoramic views of the course and a catered menu devised by the eatery's culinary duo.

1800 S Plaza St.
Visalia,
CA
US