Sanger is a city in Fresno County, California, United States. The population was 24,270 at the 2010 census, up from 18,731 at the 2000 census. Sanger is located 13 miles (21 km) east-southeast of Fresno, at an elevation of 371 feet (113 m).
Restaurants in Sanger
5 based on 4 reviews
Maréchal Vineyards is a family owned and operated winery located a few minutes north of Sanger in Fresno County. Convienently located on the way to Kings Canyon National Park and local lakes. We make wines from both our estate vineyards and from partner growers in Fresno, Madera and Paso Robles. Visit our tasting room and sample our selection of varietal wines and enjoy the vineyard and Sierra Mountain views.
We found this winery after a bit of web research and investigation into the wineries on the Eastern side of the valley. After a quick phone call, Josh went out of his way to accommodate a last-minute wine tasting - on Thanksgiving weekend no less - even though they haven't finished stetting up their operation. We really enjoyed meeting him and Jennifer, and their kids were nice hosts too. Overall a very authentic and engaging discussion about wine and life, along with very tasty wines to try. This is certainly a nice find for winos and will be a place to visit in the future as they grow into their new tasting room and production facility on premises.
- Reds were all very good with some unique varietals and blends.
- The dessert wine was spectacular (and dangerously good).
- Welcoming and engaging hosts.
- Beautiful property and location.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
Historic and quaint Old Town Clovis, home to more than 11 antique stores, boutiques, gift and home stores, fashion, bridal salon, day spas, Clovis Appliance Store, Sassano's Menswear, eateries, restaurants, watering holes and much more! There's something for everyone in Old Town!
Lots of room to wander and some great old buildings and shopping as well. The market is great and a lot of fun. Take the time and enjoy.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Talk about fresh raisins ! a very clean gift shop lots of interesting novelty items ! the snacks are delicious....nice items for purchase....the staff is friendly and helpful.....samples of treats available
4.5 based on 860 reviews
Great place to enjoy with family and friends I have been going as a tradition for many years it gets better and better as it goes I would highly suggest this for anybody traveling through or locals that haven't been great for all ages.
5 based on 5 reviews
The clerk told us the wine tasting room had been built fairly recently. It was beautiful with inside and outside seating. The music over the speakers was nice and could be heard inside and outside. We were the only patrons and the clerk was enthusiastic and very attentive. We enjoyed their wines and bought a couple bottles. We would definitely return here and next time we would spend more time sitting at a table outside drinking a full glass of wine. Very enjoyable.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
When are kids where little, we took them camping almost every summer. They loved going on hikes, The area has lots of easy paths to take so your little ones can enjoy hiking too. Even though I felt the water to cold, our middle daughter couldn't get enough. The wonderful times .
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We stopped at this little off the beaten path winery on our way up to Pinehurst yesterday for some wine tasting. The tasting room is colorful and clean and for $3/pp you can sample 5 very nice wines.
We started with the Pinot Grigio which was crisp, clean and very nice, followed by a Pinot Noir which we purchased. This was the wineries first production of Pinot Noir and turned out very good. The Alicante Bouschet is the signature wine here, we always like to have some on hand at our house. Next was the Tempranillo which was also very good, followed by a big, jammy Cabernet Sauvignon.
There is a nice area to enjoy your tastings, gifts can be purchased here and there is also a B&B at the winery called the Sequoia View Bed and Breakfast for overnight guests.
Don't miss this place for some wine tasting on the way up to the Sequoia or Kings Canyon National Pakrs. The hosts are very friendly also and they love what they do here! :)
4 based on 56 reviews
My wife and I loved this place. Rural setting, plenty of various slides and settings. Check out their website to know more. No long lines on a Monday and we heard Tuesday is even better. The staff was amazingly friendly. Reasonably priced parking and food. Terrific areas for groups and families. This is a good a time as you can have in the central valley other than National Parks. Also check it on Google Earth
4.5 based on 4 reviews
There is lot to see inside. This museum covers sangers history way back to wjen it was founded. Lots of old pictures and a lot of Indian stuff from 1800s. Well worth the visit. Kinda hard to know when they are open asnit is all volunteers. Check times before going.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The selection of fruit was varied and they had some that was not picked off the trees, but nice to have the option to choose. The peaches and nectarines were delicious and the apricots were amazing! So glad we stopped !
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