Vote in Fresno poll, restaurants owned by Clovis Black


All kinds of food is available at black-owned restaurants in the Fresno and Clovis area. Pictured is a Nashville Hot Chicken sandwich from the FURY Hot Chicken food truck.

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From African restaurants to vegan food trucks, Fresno has nearly two dozen black-owned restaurants.

Although Fresnans love their chain restaurants, they also enjoy supporting local businesses, especially small family businesses.

In honor of Black History Month, we thought we’d take a look at Fresno-area restaurants with black owners. We also keep in mind that Black-owned businesses have long faced challenges such as historical underinvestment and systemic racism.

The businesses in our survey include restaurants, food trucks, bars and a brasserie. Some are small and operate under the radar. Others are heavyweights in Fresno’s dining scene.

If you feel like some familiar names are missing from the list, you might be right. The past few years have been tough for business, and several black-owned restaurants and food trucks have closed or relocated.

But we still have plenty here to cook great food.

Tell us who your favorite is in our poll below. If there are places you haven’t heard of, be sure to visit them. If we missed someone, click on the “other” option and type in your choice.

Voting closes at 6 a.m. Monday and we’ll let you know the results shortly after.

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This story was originally published February 24, 2022 4:53 p.m.

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Bethany Clough covers restaurants and retail for The Fresno Bee. A journalist for 20 years, she now works to answer readers’ questions about business openings, closings and other economic news. She has a journalism degree from Syracuse University and her last name is pronounced Cluff.

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