Who knew Fountain Valley's nail game was so strong?! We've combed through IG's best Fountain Valley nail tech's to bring you the fieriest, sassiest and classiest manicures this city has to offer. via GIPHY Star Nails View this post on Instagram Beautiful work by @shopchikkitas_nails Sexy Hair, Nail Fountain Valley #fountainpen #valleyCA #warner #fountainvalleyca #warneravenueschool #fountainvalleyhighschool #highschool phone 714-839-4203 A post shared by Alex Trương (JAS-Nail )???? (@alextruong_nails) on Dec 19, 2018 at 9:43pm PST Polish Me Pretty Nail Bar

Did you know tea can be used medicinally? Cafe & Te has special house blends specially designed for common ailments. Check out the list below to get the best tea in FV. via GIPHY 1) Sleep : Chamomile & Lavender Cats keep waking you up? Try a cup of chamomile and lavender tea. Chamomile helps promote sleep and soothes restlessness. Soothing effects of chamomile have been attributed to the antioxidant apigenin. Apigenin binds to certain brain receptors that can decrease anxiety and launch sleep. Lavender plays its part in this tea with anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.  2) Cold / Flu : Honey Lemon & Ginger Fall is

Fountain Valley's Restaurant Week kicked off with a bang at the FV Food & Wine Festival Friday, Oct 4. Over 40 vendors served their finest wine and food at Freedom Hall to celebrate the beginning of Fountain Valley Restaurant Week. Peep the photos below and eat your way through Fountain Valley this week to help decide who the restaurant week winner will be! 1) Rocking entertainment Let There Be Rock Schools entertained the crowd with a variety of music starring their students. Let There Be Rock can turn ANYONE into a rock star, and the finale of bootcamp is playing

Jane's Vegan Pizzeria in Fountain Valley is the new pizza joint on the block. Here's 5 reasons we're OBSESSED with Jane's! 1) Jane's is animal friendly Jane's uses Beyond Meat. Gluten free, soy free and Non-GMO, Beyond Meat is plant-based and vegan! via GIPHY 2) Jane's cares about the environment Jane's only serves drinks in glass bottles. Sooo satisfying to pop open! 3) Jane's has TRIPPY pizzas Try the Jane Oh - nacho sauce, vegan slacked beef, relish, tomato, lettuce and house spread. Or try the Peaches Dream dessert pizza - cream cheese batter, fire grilled peaches, basil, powdered sugar, agave and a balsamic reduction. via GIPHY 4) No soy? No

In 2019, Laura Doyle stands strong as she fights to make Marie Callender’s rise again. Laura, the owner of the Fountain Valley branch, has worked at Marie Callender’s for 36-years. She walked into the Fountain Valley Marie Callender’s as a teenager and applied for a job. “So I started as a hostess and then I worked my way up through the restaurant,” Doyle said recalling her path up the ladder. “I saw the opportunity when the owner of this franchise was looking to retire, so I took that opportunity to see if I could purchase the franchise.” Doyle has experienced the

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

Silky Sullivan’s celebrates 35-years of Food, drinks and sports . When Dan Madden, Bill Madden and Rob Robertson opened Silky Sullivan’s in 1984 they didn't know their joint would become a trailblazer for many of the like in the Fountain Valley area. “We were the first place in Orange County to serve buffalo hot wings in 1984,” Dan Madden, owner, recalled.  Pat McMullen was a big customer at Silky Sullivan’s. He was also from Buffalo, where the original recipe for buffalo chicken wings came from. McMullen could get the original recipe sent from Buffalo for Silky

Mai Nguyen seats herself in the middle of the table and passes food around to the eldest first, serving herself last. Wearing a green silk top, she has her black hair pulled back in an intricate loose bun and smiles while introducing herself with a joke. “Empty stomachs have no ears.” Mai smiles, repeating her favorite greeting to her community cooking classes. Au Lac tucks itself away in a classic strip mall, off Brookhurst and Heil, that’s just as unassuming as its owner. A concept restaurant dedicated to living foods