During our annual Blossom Trail trip to Fresno County; we checked out the picturesque SchoolHouse Restaurant in Sanger. We were excited to check the Restaurant after reading the great reviews, plus we were staying close by in a B n' B. As soon as we entered, we were greeted warmly (good feeling); we were seated in the auditorium of the old brick and wood school which has a cozy ambiance. We split our salad, a tasty lettuce wedge salad with bacon, bleu cheese, crispy onions; an order of french fries and the Spicy Housemade Sausage pizza with carmelized onions and serrano chiles (incredible). We were in heaven; the food was very flavorful, delicious, well prepared and the service was perfect and friendly. Because we had split our dinner, we then proceeded to order three desserts; the vanilla bean creme brulee, the lemon cheesecake with raspberry sauce and the homemade banana ice cream from Jeb's Swedish Creamery in nearby Kingsburg. We demolished all three. The personable chef Ryan Jackson, famous and well known in the Napa area, brought out the ice cream to us. He shared that he had moved back to live in Reedley, a nearby town, where he had grown up now that he was a father to be close to family. The building has character and charm. A more casual tavern adjoins the restaurant. The restaurant has only been open a year and we look forward to returning regularly. It is already busy and is a destination restaurant as it is in a rural setting.
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