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.
Monet’s French chef tempts taste buds with a sumptuous French and Italian menu, inviting romance-dazed couples and chirpy families alike to unique dining in the cozy bistro. A complex blend of divergent taste sensations unites in an appetizer of caramelized shallots and lavender brie, drizzled with honey and served with warm baguette ($9.75). Crêpes and paninis ($13.95 each) emulsify ingredients to create breadbasket-warming creations such as the Cordon Bleu, with swiss cheese, black-forest ham, and chicken topped with béarnaise sauce. Ciabatta-based pizzas garnish nontraditional base dough with delectable toppings such as smoked salmon, fresh mozzarella, and spicy lamb ($12.95–$21.95).
At Tommy’s, candlelight casts dark wood wainscoting, burnt-orange walls, and stone floors in a warm glow. The elegant eatery—which has been hailed by Frommer’s as “the most creative restaurant in Visalia"—complements its environs with equally haute cuisine. Chefs serve succulent steaks on cedar planks and drizzle them with southwestern flourishes such as tequila-roasted green chilis, poblano cream sauce, and a single cactus tear. Additionally, Tommy’s stocks its wine cellar with an ample wine selection.
The seasoned pizza shapers at All Pro Pizza create sizzling pies from fresh ingredients and populate their robust menu with salads, sandwiches, and other pizza sidekicks. Garlic-chicken specialty pizzas arrive topped in white sauce, festooned with grilled chicken, and decorated with chopped garlic to deter creatures of the night thirsting for tomato blood ($18.74/large). The meat combo pizza ($18.74/large) redirects a river of pepperoni, canadian bacon, salami, and italian sausage to cascade into customers' stomach reservoirs. Adorn the oven-baked dough of your appetite's dreams with 21 toppings, half-remembered test-taking anxiety, and sauces such as pesto, barbecue, and nacho cheese ($4.99+). Side dishes such as a buffalo-chicken salad with blue-cheese dressing ($6.99) accompany slices, and sandwiches such as the mozzarella-topped meatball sub ($5.99) attempt to usurp the dominant position of pizza, which spins in place on the tip of the food pyramid.
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).