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First Class Cleaners Has Delivery Dry Cleaning That Doesn't Slow You Down!
FIRST CLASS CLEANERS
18120 Brookhurst St #17
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-378-2799
Have all your dry cleaning, tailoring and cobbling needs delivered to your door. First Class Cleaners does it all WITH delivery!
Fv Has A New Hot Spot For Animal Friendly Food.
Janes Pizzeria
17870 Newhope St
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Vegan pizza? It's done right at Janes! 3 types of vegan cheese, vegetables galore & a 'split personality' dessert pizza. Cows love Janes- people do too.
Cambalache's Cooks From The Heart.
Cambalache Grill
8780 Warner Ave Ste 15
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-375-3305
After moving to the United States from Mexico in the early 1990’s and ushering in a unique form of cuisine inspired by famous tourist destination “La Boca,” Chef Leo Razo has unveiled his Argentine and Italian dishes in a colorful way. Cambalache's believes in recapturing the flavors that will bring “La Boca” to the mouths of Orange County.
Eat In Guy Fieri's Footsteps @ Paul's Coffee Shop!
PAUL'S COFFEE SHOP
16947 Bushard St
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-965-3643
Did you know that Paul's was featured on The Food Networks Diners, drive-in's and dives? Stop in and see what this military-themed cafe is all about!
Got Vampires? Bring Home Some Of Kech Cafe's Garlic Sauce!
Kéch Café
17966 Brookhurst St
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-968-1122
Home-made Lebanese garlic sauce from the owners family recipe! Using only 4-ingredients Kech Cafe mastered their garlic sauce in 6 months! Thick and creamy with an distinct authenticity, this garlic sauce will have you coming back for me.
Popular, Pretty & Fresh! Try The Sanriku Bowl.
Sushi Koto
18120 Brookhurst St # 25 27
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-964-0988
Eat with your eyes at Sushi Koto. Don't miss out on one of the most popular items on the menu :The Sanriku Bowl.
Cafe & Te Offers Detox Teas.
Cafe N Te
9430 Warner Ave Ste A
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-965-4989
Try all of Cafe & Te's tea's & find out which one works best for you!
Nina's Optical Offers Numerous Selections For Your Eyewear
NINA'S OPTICAL
17431 Brookhurst St Ste C
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-963-9890
Do you need a new pair of glasses? Look no further than Nina's Optical for all your eyewear needs. Come in and check out the various selections from Nina's Optical and select the correct glasses for you.
Matcha Horchata?! You Betcha!
Paderia Bakehouse
18279 Brookhurst St Ste 1
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
714-916-5977
Matcha Horchata gives the perfect boost of energy. Try one and see Horchata Flavors: •Classic •Coffee •Caramel Flan •Strawberry
Fountain Valley Businesses Suffer From Bridge Closures!
Cty611
13089 Peyton Dr Ste C476
Chino Hills, CA 91709
714-332-2833
The I-405 Improvement Project has shut down Magnolia Street bridge and Edinger Avenue bridge since early 2018. Affected businesses in Fountain Valley are hoping to ride out the traffic drought to 2023. The projection plan expects opening the bridges in 2023 but has an open extension for completion. Bridge closures mean a loss of vehicle and foot traffic for surrounding businesses. Fountain Valley’s long-standing brick and mortars that contribute to the local economy and community are suffering from a loss of customers. What used to be the businesses busiest hours are now dead-zones due to the blocked roads and lack of access. Don’t forget about your neighborhood shops. Fountain Valley local businesses need you! The reconstruction of the Magnolia Street bridge is planned to take about 18 months. Edinger Avenue bridge is planned to open Spring of 2019. Businesses are trying everything they can to ensure they last through the construction. Planned work will increase the number of traffic lanes from four to six and add bike lanes and sidewalks in both directions. During the closure, northbound drivers will be detoured off the freeway at Warner and southbound drivers will have to exit at Beach, according to the Orange County Transportation Authority. The bridge is one of more than 18 that will be replaced, enlarged or built as part of a $1.9-billion project to widen the 405 between the 73 Freeway in Costa Mesa and the 605 Freeway. Once the project is completed in 2023, the 16-mile stretch will have an additional general-purpose lane and a new “express” toll lane going north and south, according to the OCTA. The existing carpool lane in each direction will be converted to an express lane. Currently, the San Diego Freeway (I-405) is one of the most congested freeways in Orange County, carrying more than 300,000 vehicle trips in some sections each day. By 2040, traffic volumes on the I-405 are expected to increase significantly. The I-405 Improvement Project will improve traffic, allow for increased usage amounts and enhance road safety to meet state and federal standards. For information on detours, closures, construction activities, freeway closures, and bridge demolitions please visit www.octa.net/405improvement or contact the 405 Community Outreach Team at (888) 400-8994 or 405project@octa.net.