Fresno Escorts/ Providers
Aldo's Night Club - The Downtown hosts many of Fresno's newest and finest nightclubs and bars. The Montrose neighborhood To the west of Downtown hosts many of the Fresno's LGBTQ venues as well as a large share of straight hotspots. You'll find here the Aldo's Nightclub, also known as the Uptown or the The Rice Village to south of Montrose which is popular amongst young professionals and college students.
Audie's Olympic/Club Fred - This is one of the most fashionable clubs in Fresno. It's crowded and houses a retro and swanky decor with both live music and DJs as well as upscale snacks such as caviar.
Lit Lounge - Lit Lounge is the place to be if you happen to be choosy about your cocktails and are looking for some exquisite albeit costly options. Lit Lounge specializes in meticulously prepared cocktails and microbrews with ingredients consisting of house made bitters. To add to the aesthetic - the cocktails are all served in vintage glasses!
Club One - Club One is the place to be for a more causal time. The club offers drinks that are cheap and also has no specific dress code. It alternates between being a venue for live acts and a video dance bar.
Red Lantern - Red Lantern is usually considered the most sophisticated club in all of Fresno - transforming from a lounge to a dance party on Wednesday to Sunday nights. It manages to preserve its rooftop cabana atmosphere with fire pits, heated lamps and an open patio. The bar offers more than 20 wines by the class, and is perhaps the most unique nightlife experience you can have at Fresno. You'll also get to enjoy here a U-Call-It drink specials, a Sunday Circus, well drinks and wine and an All Night Happy Hour!
Fashion Fair Mall - Established around four decades ago, Fashion Fair Mall is a favorite amongst locals. You'll find here everything from Children's favorites like Claire's and Gymboree to shops like Anthropologie, Michael Kors, Lush and Sephora. You'll also find departmental stores like JCPenney and Macy's in the mall.
If you're looking for a blissful and carefree day out shopping, Fashion Fair Mall is the place to be. And if you run out of energy during your shopping session - you can always re-energize at any of the food outlets like Cinnabon, Chick-fil-A, Chipotle, BJ's and Auntie Anne's etc.
Tioga-Sequoia Brewing Company - World class beer for visitors and locals alike - Tioga-Sequoia Brewing was founded in 2007, and has established its name for producing beer that you won't find elsewhere in Fresno. The good thing here is that the company isn't just producing beer, but also making sure to preserve and conserve the local resources, and consequently create a sense of awareness around the Southern Sierras. Each bottle of fresh craft beer has been created by Kevin Cox, an award winning brew master. After a day of visiting Fresno's attractions and sites - sit back and have a beer, or enjoy the art shows and concerts hosted at the Beer Garden.
Sam's Italian Deli, Fresno, California - Visitors and locals alike keep flocking to Sam's Italian Deli in search of specialty groceries, olives, and pastas that you won't find elsewhere. The story behind Sam's Italian Deli is just as interesting as the offerings they have for their customers. Established in 1968 by a young Italian couple - Angel Marziliano and Sam Marziliano - the idea was to provide the community with breads, meats, and produce that was fresh and local. Over time, the couple also incorporated foods from their native land Bari in Italy.
Visitors can leave with a bottle from the boutique and specialty wine section, which has more than 700 bottles. Sam's Italian Deli also has a range of freshly baked breads in Old Italian style. The deli counter has Angela's take-home pasta dinners, Sam's homemade sausages, fresh cold cuts and imported cheeses.
Tower District - Situated within Fresno is truly a world of its own called The Tower District. It has a collection of specialty shops, delis, bakeries, cafes, restaurants, performing art venues, and galleries that you can get lost in and spend all day exploring. Each shop offers something unique, and there is something for everyone at Tower District. Exploring the Tower District is a brilliant way for tourists to experience the vivacious nightlife that Fresno has to offer. You have the option to do anything from listening to a live band, exploring stunning new pieces in the art galleries, to buying locally produced treasure. Tower District is truly a one-of-a-kind location where so much can be done! The entertainment and dining district here is especially known for offering a range of options and usually contains most of the visitors at any time.
Moravia Wines, San Joaquin Valley - If you happen to be visiting Fresno for any reason, a visit to the Moravia Wines at San Joaquin Valley is a must! Although San Joaquin Valley contains a wide range of wineries, Moravia Wines is different from the crowd due to its unique offerings. This Winery was established in 2012 and is entirely managed and owned by one family. The owners have been farming in the valley for more than 35 years and only recently decided to use their delicious grapes to make wine for other people to consume. Tourists at the Moravia Wines are allowed to explore the winery and the grounds, and just chill out and enjoy any of the several entertainment programs scheduled on a weekly basis.
Vineyard Farmers Market, Fresno, CA - If you're looking for locally grown fruits and vegetables in Fresno, Vineyard Farmers Market is the place to be. This Market has been providing Fresno visitors and locals with the finest, highest quality and healthiest vegetables and fruits for more than thirty five years. The Market is open throughout the year on Saturdays (7am - noon) and Wednesdays (3pm - 6pm). Be it shine or rain, Vineyard Farmers Market will be open to serve you. People buying at Vineyard Farmers market can walk away from the stores with so many of the treats prepared by the food vendors, or just stock up on fresh produce that is hard to find elsewhere in such good quality. You'll also find baked goods here that have been made from locally sourced ingredients, and are 100% organic. You're in for a delightful time at Vineyard Farmers Market!
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre, Fresno, California - Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre has been entertaining Fresno's visitors and locals alike since 1978, when it was established. It screens refreshing productions of some of the favorite movies in the nation, and now has more than 180 productions under the belt. Some of the former productions include The Sound of Music, Guys & Dolls and Bye Bye Birdie. This is a beloved place that has a reputation for brilliant shows, and has to be a must on your visit list! The dining options are also exquisite, and will have you coming back for more. In addition to the shows and the food - the architecture of the theatre is also remarkably beautiful and must be witnessed in person for all its glory.
Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center - Located in the heart of California's Central Valley, The Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center hosts hit Broadway shows, professional sporting events and memorable concerts. It is a premier performing arts and convention center that has scheduled major shows and events like The Nutcracker presented by The Lively Arts Foundation, Phantom of the Opera produced by Cameron Mackintosh and Old School Party Jam with Salt-n-Pepa. You'll find here a range of events to attend all through the year, and you can check the center's calendar in order to keep yourself prepared in advance for whatever event is to come.
Forestiere Underground Gardens - Forestiere Underground Gardens took around 49 years to just be built, and have been officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, they offer a range of amazing features like a fishpond, a parlor with a fireplace, a kitchen, a simmer bedroom, and a winter bedroom. Visitors are encouraged to explore all these features and learn more about the place. People who are into architecture will also appreciate the beautiful stone walls and the archways.
The Discovery Center, Fresno, California - Founded in the 1950's, The Discovery Center offers many learning experiences that are hands-on and memorable. It is a science education center where tourists find themselves stimulated by, and curious about, the several hands-on exhibits that explore the mysteries of environmental and physical sciences. The Centerpieces consist of a 5 acre park that houses a tortoise enclosure, a Dino Dig, the Deutsch Cactus Garden, a historical barn, the Miwok Indian houses, as well as the museum. The exhibits mostly revolve around Native American basketry and artifacts, space, natural sciences, paleontology, magnets and electricity.