Food, Family and Fresno
When the pandemic hit, Anna Juarez worked 65 days straight, 18 hours a day to keep her restaurant, Las Mananitas, open to the people of Fresno, CA. Once her family committed to opening the restaurant and then witnessed how it also served as a source of community for so many, they knew they had no choice but to find a way, some way, any way, to keep it open. “We risked everything we had, everything we knew, everything we owned, we risked it all for this,” said Anna. The story of Las Mañanitas is about loving what you do, building community through food, and when things look bleak, finding new sources of strength to continue on.
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