North Fresno nightspot Pangea closes its doors

February 2009
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;2/13/2009, Issue 323984, p6
The article reports on the business closure of Pangea, a restaurant and nightspot at Fig Garden Village in Fresno,California. Chief executive and owner of the restaurant Floro Bugnosen says that the closure was due to the economic downturn, noting the restaurant was a luxury one. It notes that the restaurant opened in September 2007 when the Fig Garden had an expansion.


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