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Old Town Clovis Farmers Markets: Fruit, Vegetables and Music

Looking for something fun to do on a Friday evening or a relaxing activity on Saturday morning? Consider visiting the Clovis Farmers Markets. During the...

Chronic Tacos Mexican Grill Opens in Clovis

BY CAROLE GROSCH Fans of good Mexican food are in luck. On Friday, June 2, Chronic Tacos Mexican Grill celebrated the opening of its...

Restaurant Review: Rodeo Coffee Shop

The Rodeo Coffee Shop, known as the secret spot in Old Town Clovis where all the locals go, has been around serving it up...

Profile: On the Edge coffee shop

By Carole Grosch | Reporter Owned and operated by Julie and her husband, Scott, along with their daughter, Jaynae Franklin, On the Edge was initially...

El Quetzal: A Hidden Gem in Clovis

El Quetzal, located inside the Rodeo Plaza Shopping Center, is one of the few authentic Mexican restaurants in the Clovis area. The restaurant provides a...

Bobby Salazar’s Offers Reliable Food and Great Service

The Roundup team with Bobby Salazar’s General Manager Denise. By Sam Desatoff | Reporter @sdesatoff Clovis is not hurting for quality Mexican cuisine. Those seeking...

The Grove Café is a Hidden Gem Inside a Hospital

Selfie photo by Billy Xiong - The Clovis Roundup team enjoying breakfast at The Grove. By Sam Desatoff | Reporter @sdestoff Hospitals don’t often conjure up thoughts...

Breakfast review: Rodeo Coffee Shop

Clovis Roundup Staff The Rodeo Coffee Shop in Old Town Clovis offers some of the top home comfort breakfast and lunch options in the area...

Welcome to Clovis: Dukes

Daniel Leon | Editor A new family-friendly dining experience is now open for business. Dukes, which officially opened Aug. 11 in The Barnyard Shopping Center, brings...

At Lunch with the Roundup: The Meat Market

By Nick Baker The Meat Market at 1990 N. Fowler Ave. in Clovis has been packing its grills full of tri-tips for years, even offering...

Dinner with the Roundup: Coolhand Luke’s

Clovis Roundup staff around the table from left to right: Ron Sundquist, Donna Melchor, Diana Giraldo , Kenny Melchor, Billy Xiong, Daniel Leon ,...

At Lunch with the Clovis Roundup: El Quetzal – Authentic Mexican Restaurant

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Around the table from left to right: Kenny Melchor - VP of Sales, Daniel Leon - Reporter, Billy Xiong -...

At Lunch with the Clovis Roundup: Yosemite Falls Café

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Around the table from left to right: Sports photographer - Nick Baker, Office Manager - Caitie Reeg, Editor - Lauren...

At lunch with the Roundup: Andiamo Ristorante Italiano

Featured photo by Ron Sundquist - From left to right: Reporter Diana Giraldo, Editor Valerie Shelton, Office Manager Caitie Reeg, Publisher Donna Melchor, Vice...

At Lunch with the Roundup: Bobby Salazar’s

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Left to Right: Vice president Ken Melchor, Office Manager Caitie Reeg, Publisher Donna Melchor, Production Manager Billy Xiong, Editor...

At Lunch with the Roundup: Luna Pizzeria and Italian Restaurant

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Editor Valerie Shelton, reporter Lauren Mueller, publisher Donna Melchor and office manager Caitie Reeg.   By Valerie Shelton, Editor   There is no dining...

At Lunch with the Clovis Roundup: Clovis Pizza Junction

Photo by Ron Sundquist   By Valerie Shelton, Editor When in doubt about what to do for lunch or dinner, pizza is always an option. The pizza you’ll...

Old Town Waffle offers full breakfast and lunch menu

By Carole Grosch In a community that rises early, a good breakfast restaurant is a must. Now under new management, Old Town Waffle has a tasty...

Andiamo Ristorante Italiano: Serving up delectable Italian dishes

Photo courtesy of Andiamo Ristorrante Italiano   By Amy Guerra “Wow… looks amazing!” “Oh, the bruschetta?You were talking about the food?” our server, David joked, in response to...

Luna’s in Old Town Clovis serves up authentic Italian fare

Photo courtesy of Luna Pizzera   By Amy Guerra The wooden benches were worn with familiarity; the awnings, red, green and white, bore the name of a nearly...

Clovis Pizza Junction: Locally owned eatery celebrates rich Clovis history

By Kim Bagato Since opening its doors in October, Clovis Pizza Junction has already attracted quite a following. Locally owned and operated by the Sarantos...

Rio Grill: Brazilian food at its best

Photo courtresy of Yelp   By Amy Guerra “Spicy chicken?” It was our lunch hour, and the gaucho that stood tableside ready to carve the offered in...

Bobby Salazar’s serves up delicious Mexican fare

Photo courtesy of Old Town Clovis   By Amy Guerra In downtown Clovis, the small, intimate dining rooms of Bobby Salazar’s are decorated in maroon and bright...

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