Clovis is a city in Fresno County, California, United States. The 2016 population was estimated to be 106,583. Clovis is located 6.5 miles (10.5 km) northeast of downtown Fresno, at an elevation of 361 feet (110 m).
Things to do in Clovis
4.5 based on 210 reviews
While in Clovis for a robotics competition, our group of four adults and two teens had an early dinner here based on Trip Advisor reviews. All I can say is YUM! I’m a foodie and I think these were the best burgers I’ve ever had! I chose the slider sampler (you get to pick 3 of their burger specialties). I had the Athena, Dragon Lady, & Leticia. Yowza! What fun! All served on their own buttery brioche. I usually have leftovers but not this time (it helped that I ate half of each bun). I think what most impressed me was the quality of the meat and how flavorful and juicy it was. The roasted potatoes with dipping sauce are delicious as well. We went on a Friday and arrived early, a little before 5. It was a good thing we did, as when we left, the place was packed, with an hour wait. Absolutely recommend, but go early, like we did!
4.5 based on 210 reviews
We were a party of 6. I called ahead and got on the list. We got there to check in. We were standing at the hostess spot more than five minutes with no one in site. We were almost going to leave when we were then seated. After orders taken, it seemed like we never saw our server. Someone else brought soups and salads. We requested she get our server so we can order wine. He never showed. We flagged a passing server. She got our wine order and brought it. 10 minutes later our server shows up to take wine order. We told him someone else took care of it. Meal finished he takes a while to come over to see if we need boxes. Long story short, we had to flag someone down for everything from water to wine. When the check came we had to take it to register ourselves to ring up then after signing off tip we had to take it back to be adjusted. We had to fetch our own take home bags.
Usually Luna's is great but not tonight. Food even tasted off.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
About the Duck We are a family of seven friends who wanted to build a restaurant that values integrity over profits, quality over laziness, and our guests above all. When we first got the idea for the Duck we wanted to do it right, we wanted to do it simply, most of all we wanted to do what we love, work together and make great food. Our restaurant is our testament to what we think restaurants should be; fresh, friendly, and lively. Hope to see you soon, and often!
This place is a brew pub that caters to the Fresno State crowd. Their prices are reasonable. We both had salads for lunch which were good, but not great. My husband, who always has a Cobb Salad, felt CPK and Cheesecake Factory's Cobb salad are better. Service was prompt and friendly.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Trelio is a small and intimate restaurant with great food and professional staff. In Old Town Clovis, Trelio has only about a dozen tables, so you should reserve. The lighting is low, the design is basic wood, white walls, black and white large format photos. Wonderful wine list. We brought our own bottle and they offered to decant it for us, something they do for their own wines. The menu has something for everyone. The chicken liver mousse with plum jelly is not to be missed. The oxtail eggrolls were yummy and the horseradish sauce not overpowering. The lamb scallopine was tender and flavorful, the pork chop with sweet potato hash was good, but the chop slightly tough, and the short ribs over polenta, fabulous. The flourless chocolate cake dense and delicious and the coffee creme brulee creamy and delicate. We had a wonderfully paced, delicious meal.
4.5 based on 595 reviews
Whatever you get there will be good, fresh, and made to order. You will not be getting any cold food here. They have tri-tip sandwiches that are actually made for two. I eat half and take half home. Large portions of fries and the burgers are very good also.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
This place has been here for years. In years past the servings were much larger than today. But all in all it’s always a pretty good place for breakfast to many everyday. Seating can be tough most days especially the weekends. Always a place to run into friends.
Located in the Clovis “Old Town” area.
4 based on 173 reviews
Ok here we go with tons of tasty food and super good service. Server brings us bread and a pot of beans, appetizer was deep fried Artichoke hearts. So with your dinner salad steak and huge baked potato there was a hole meal to take home for late snack. Awesome place for a couple or groups. Can’t wait for our next visit.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Found this place by accident and kept going back. These women make their customers feel great by remembering them and by serving up the most delicious sandwiches that have at least twice the usual amount of meat in them. Try the Pastrami - it's SUPER good.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Love this place for breakfast!! Friendly service, good prices, great portions without being too large, decent coffee with quick refills and nice location near 168 and Shaw. The chicken fried steak is great and so is the pancakes. Breakfast for under $12.00 with coffee normally. Can get busy on the weekends!!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We were served chips and salsa and the chips were good and the salsa had the perfect amount of heat.I had the bacon wrapped shrimp with advocado slices on top,yah I know,perfect.The best dish.
The regular margaritas at $8 each seemed pricey until you tried it.You definitely got your money's worth and the flavor was perfect.Get uber or a cab if you have two more.
I've had some great Mexican food in the past but this may have been the best.
When in the area,we will be back!!!!
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