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Restaurants in Lemoore
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Sarah A. Mooney Memorial Museum just celebrated Sarah Mooney's 173rd birthday in Lemoore's historical downtown district. The beautiful Victorian home was built by one of Lemoore's original pioneer families, Aaron and Sarah Mooney in 1893.
Free tours are available every Sunday 12pm to 3pm. Great little piece of Kings County history.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Great use of a beautiful Carnegie designed library. Now it is the Museum, with exhibits open on 2 floors.
I think the Amelia Earhart exhibit is interesting if you have any interest in Amelia- part of her shell collection, and a dress she owned among what you will see.
Also the hands on typewriter display is wonderful!! Hope they are able to keep adding to the typewriter display!
Everyone who works there is passionate and excited to share the history of Hanford!
Worth a visit!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Anyone who has driven down the 41 from Fresno to the coast has undoubtedly seen those signs between Riverdale and Lemoore….”The Hub - It’s a Restaurant”. And then you scratch your head, because you don’t see any restaurant…..
Brown’s Bar and Grill at the Hub is a restaurant, and so much more. The actual establishment has been around for more than 65 years, serving as a spot for farmers, truckers and normal folks to stop and have a cold beverage at the end of the long work day. Located just west of Highway 41 off of Excelsior Avenue, it is truly a hidden gem. From the outside it looks much like any other country bar, but once inside it takes on a life all it’s own.
Since owner “Reb” Brown has purchased the Hub, he has worked hard to make it more than just a Saturday night juke-joint. His hard work has paid off, as the Hub now has a solid reputation in the area as a great place to eat, as well as hang out with your friends and have a few beers. With two pool tables, a juke box that plays a never-ending variety of music, and live bands and D.J.s playing on special occasions, this has become the go-to spot for those in the area; and the ideal spot for travelers to stop and take a break on their way to or from the coast or wherever they’ve traveled to.
The bartenders and staff are a friendly bunch, and they make you feel right at home from the minute you walk in the door. There’s ice cold beer in bottles and on tap, and a full bar so you can choose from anything from a Fireball Shot to a Froot Loop, whatever suits you best. (My personal favorite is the Bloody Mary….you can’t drink just one!) But the real star of the place is the food: basic comfort food from a limited menu, but once you’ve eaten there, you’ll want to keep coming back.
The menu begins with appetizers: everything from mozzarella sticks to fried pickle chips. One of everyone’s all-time favorites is the wings; either hot or barbeque, these will stick to your ribs and have you wanting more. On a recent afternoon I dropped by and a guy from Atascadero had stopped in, waiting for his vintage Camaro to cool down. He was talked into a sample platter of appetizers, and once he got to the wings he couldn’t stop, ordering another large plate to take with him. “These are the best ever,” he claimed, and promised to bring his friends with him on his next trip through. Other items on the appetizer menu include fried mushrooms, jalapeno or zucchini chips, onion rings and French fries. The prices are reasonable also: from $2.50 to $7.00 for small orders and $5 to $10 for large orders. Many of these large orders are a meal in itself.
When you’re serious about eating, you move on to the regular menu. French dips, linguicia sandwiches, chicken strips, pastrami burgers and more are available for those with a hearty appetite. The cheeseburger comes in a single and double size, and is cooked to order, and there are also tri-tip and chicken tacos available. If you’re serious about a sandwich, you’ve got to try the BLT….perfectly cooked, a ton of bacon…it’great
3.5 based on 3 reviews
This is Now The Wrecking Bar at this address. It's a cool little place to hang out. On Friday's and Saturday's they have live bands playing
4 based on 20 reviews
We read of a Taoist Temple in China Alley and went to explore. Two volunteers, knowledgeable and friendly, provided a lot of information and the artifacts there are a true treasure trove of items associated with the Chinese of that era. The building was not only a temple but also served as a school for the children and many of the things they used are still there A medicine chest was filled with herbal remedies for the sick. Photographs, hanging lanterns, and other items too numerous to mention. We have visited sites of the early Chinese in California but this is the most complete. We are sorry we wont be there for the upcoming Moon Festival in which the temple will play a prominent role. The gift shop offers some unique items, as well. Highly recommended.
Escape room and entertainment in the heart of Lemoore! With custom designs and puzzles handmade by the owners, The Lemoore Labyrinth is a unique experience for everyone 7 years and up
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