- Beauty pageant winner buys Fresno flower shop
- Tulare County reservoir plans in the works
- Work on Madera’s 6,578-home Gateway Village starts July
- Burlington plans Fresno grand opening
- Settlement gives 2,270-home Friant Ranch green light
- Business owners want theft of recyclables stopped
- Consultant: Swearengin has Fresno at heart with controller run
- Quebe named family business chair
- Porterville health clinic expanding
- Pacific Ethanol to reopen Madera plant after 5 years
Marketplace at El Paseo to open Monday.Marketplace at El Paseo...
From left, Ranjeet K. Brar, Andrea Henrickson, Miranda...
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin intends to run for state...
A Sacramento judge has ruled a lawsuit against the high-speed...
Brick closing doors, temporarily open for private events
- Published on 10/02/2012 - 2:12 pm
Brick Restaurant, Bar & Nightclub in downtown Fresno announced it will be closing up because the owner of the building is being foreclosed upon.
Brick, located near the intersection of Van Ness Avenue and Inyo Street across from the Fulton Mall parking terrace, had been under different management and known as Austin’s and Heroes at different times.
“We had a lot of nice feedback from customers but with the uncertainty around the foreclosure/sale of the building, we thought it best to step back,” the restaurant posted on its Facebook page.
However it also noted it will be available for private events until Nov. 30.
Brick was owned by Kyle Kirkland and general managed by Erin Cathcart.